COVID-19:
Due to the supply shortage from our supplier and the coronavirus, we regret to inform our customers that we will be postponing the "All You Can Eat" every Wed and Thurs until further notice. We will keep our customers up to date as this situation continues. In the meantime, we will bring Sakuragi to your home by Delivery, Pick-up, or Dash Delivery. We are offering Free Delivery on orders that are $35+.
We are accepting limited customers for our private booths. The health and safety of our guests and restaurant staff is our key priority, especially now. The cleaning and sanitizing products and procedures already used in Sakuragi are effective in combating the spread of viruses. We are also taking additional preventive measures to protect our guests and staff and limit the potential spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. As part of this, we are conducting extra cleaning and sanitizing of high contact surfaces.
Sakuragi always ready to serve. Please support and shop local.
Call today at 780.312.1721.
CULTURAL EXPERIENCE
Sakuragi is a bold and unique Japanese, Thai, and Singaporean restaurant located along Highway 2a in Wetaskiwin. Offering sushi, ramen, donburi and featuring Teppanyaki. Sakuragi can even cater. Bringing an inventive take on dining with a modern western influence.

Sakuragi is the first of it's kind in Wetaskiwin offering Teppanyaki grill experience. Teppanyaki  (鉄板焼き teppan-yaki) is a post-World War II style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food.

ABOUT US
When Chef Jomar and Chef Juancho crossed paths, the dream of owning their own restaurant with a little flare was created. Joining forces with a few other investors, the idea became a reality.

Choosing the name was an art of its own. Coming to Canda was inspiring on several levels, the main was Hope. When it came to choosing the name, Chef Jomar and Chef Juancho were inspired by the same word, Hope and thus it was only fitting to name the restaurant Sakuragi.

Sakuragi. Sakura refers to the Sakura tree, otherwise known as the Cherry Blossom tree. It's a symbol of spirit. Agi is Agimono, the Japanese word for deep-fried food. Together, forms our name and dream; Sakuragi.