Explore Vancouver’s Top-Notch Sushi and Poke Options

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With its location on the Pacific coast, Vancouver has unparalleled access to fresh seafood. It’s no surprise, then, that the city has some of the best sushi and poke in North America. Not only is the quality of ingredients exceptional, but Vancouver chefs evidence well-honed technique (like knife cuts), as well as wonderful inventiveness in their creations.

The sushi and poke scene is vibrant and diverse, ranging from quick grab-and-go options, to more elevated dining experiences.

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Explore Vancouver’s Top-Notch Sushi and Poke Options

Defining the “Human Flavour”

Chef Hiroshi Endo shows off the Spicy Maguro Yukke from Miku's summer menu. Photo: Dan Poh photography

The following article was written by guest contributor Denyse Johnson.

He may not speak much English, but when it comes to the language of culture, community and food, Seigo Nakamura, owner of Vancouver’s Miku sushi restaurant, needs no translation.

As a teenager, the Japan native was a promising baseball athlete—an honour comparable to being an up-and-coming hockey player in Canada. But, in his early twenties, his fate changed when his father had a stroke, and he took over the family’s small, sushi restaurant in southern Japan.

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Defining the “Human Flavour”