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Miku Restaurant




70-200 Granville Street | Vancouver, BC | Telephone: 604.568.3900
Private Dining: Blue Sky Room (24 seated) | Patio, bar and lounge seating
Lunch: Daily 11:30am-3pm | Dinner: Sun-Thu: 5pm-10pm | Fri-Sat: 5pm-10:30pm | Bar Bites: Daily 3pm-5pm
Web: www.mikurestaurant.com | Email: mikuvan@aburirestaurants.com


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Our Team

Owner, Seigo Nakamura
Director of Operations, Hideki Saito
Aburi Restaurants Corporate Executive Chef, Kazuya Matusoka
Corporate Sushi Chef of Aburi Restaurants & Executive Chef of Miku Restaurant, Kazuhiro Hayashi
Chef De Cuisine, Yoshitaka Miyamoto
Executive Pastry Chef, Chris Janik
General Manager: Ben Hunter
Assistant General Manager: Autumn Hong
Managers: Sabrina Jelic, Stephen Whiteside, Adam Byrne

About Miku

Bringing a distinct style to North American shores, Miku Restaurant in the heart of Downtown Vancouver, is an authentic Japanese restaurant with a pioneering twist.

Introducing innovative culinary techniques to the thriving Vancouver restaurant scene, Miku’s chefs are proud to work with the finest, locally-sourced ingredients and are keen supporters of the Ocean Wise campaign.

Lightly flamed-seared sushi is the secret to its success, creating an alluring aroma: simply divine on the palate.  After waving the magic blowtorch wand, the talent and highly skilled chefs match each morsel of sushi with a unique homemade sauce. A Kyoto and Polish-trained pastry team create inspired desserts and the cuisine is perfectly paired with a globally-sourced wine list and specialty sakes.

Translating as “beautiful sky”, Miku’s design features are influenced by nature: sustainable elements were used to create the restaurant’s most notable features including its glass waterfall, pebble stone pathway, white marble countertops and its distinct floating glass cloud ceiling.



20th Annual Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards | Bronze, Best Japanese Formal Dining