Celebrate International Sushi Day & a Edo Japan Giveaway!



Who loves sushi? If you love sushi as much as I do then you will certainly appreciate today's giveaway! Today (Thursday June 19) is International Sushi Day and Edo Japan wants to celebrate it with you!


Edo Japan has its roots in Calgary, Alberta but now has expanded to many locations across Canada. If you haven't had your chance to try their food, here is your chance! Enter in the rafflecopter below!

Please note, there is a mandatory entry to complete. You must comment (located below the rafflecopter) to be entered into the giveaway. Share what is your favourite sushi memory.  The more details you give the better! You must log your info into the rafflecopter otherwise your entry will not be counted.  Also, this giveaway ($50 giftcard to Edo) is limited to areas where Edo Japan is located. Good luck! Contest closes midnight Wednesday June 24, 2015.

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  1. comment here! :)

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  2. I really love your post about macarons before I love macarons

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  3. Yum! Sushi!

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  4. Favorite sushi memory....2nd date with my fiance, he tried very hard to impress me and knew I loved sushi but he had never eaten it before so he decided to take me out. I convinced him to let me order and to just taste everything once without asking what it was....I will never forget his face when I told him the bite he had just taken of what he thought was delicious meat was EEL! It was priceless!

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  5. Making sushi with my family as a child!

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  6. I love meeting girlfriends for sushi

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  7. love my date nites with the common-law he loves me enought to always offer me the last peice!

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  8. Sammy's absolute fave dinner out is sushi. He will finish a whole avocado roll by himself... He's only 2y.o!

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  9. Favourite sushi memory is treating my whole family out for sushi as a celebration of my gramma's 85th birthday. My family usually doesn't venture outside of what they know so this was a huge deal! I tried to order mostly cooked foods first so that they feel ok, and then when the sashimi and sushi came, much to our surprise, everyone LOVED it! Now it's become a family tradition to go for sushi when we need to celebrate anything! Thanks for the chance!

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  10. I loved going to Japanese Village with my parents when I was younger, and my favourite was tuna maki! I remember my Grade 1 teacher asking all the kids what their favourite food was, and I proudly stated, "Makis!" Haha unfortunately she didn't know what that was and neither did the other children....

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  11. Pam Wood HumphreyJune 20, 2015 at 6:18 AM

    My sis had been suggesting sushi for awhile and I just kept thinking...raw fish, no way! So after years I finally took the plunge and I have been a sushi lover ever since.

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  12. My first time ever trying sushi I was absolutely terrified. When the waiter brought out my plate I was really concerned I would hate it. My first bite was tuna with some sort of delicious sauce...I was shocked! It was so good, I now love sushi!

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  13. Going for my first sushi while visiting cousins in San Fran when I was a teenager.

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  14. Sushi is my go-to girls meal when I am with my BFF it's always a great sharing meal where we catch up on life

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  15. One of my favourite experiences with sushi is to do so by enjoying it's unique flavours. Nowadays, I don't put soya sauce or wasabi because I want to taste the sushi in its purest form for the greatest delight! To me, high quality sushi is fantastic and doesn't need add-ons.

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  16. thanks for sharing! Now tell me a story about your favourite sushi memory :)

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  17. aww!! I love it!! So glad that S loves sushi too!! :D

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  18. This is a great story! Reminds me of the first date that Dan & I had too with sushi!haha..will have to tell you when I see you :D

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  19. Sushi memories are always great from a child's perspective. I think I need to make more sushi at home too!

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  20. Yes! I makes for a great outing.

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  21. aww..that is so sweet! :)

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  22. haha! That is awesome! What a great appetite for a 2 year old! :)

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  23. Yes! Sometimes, sushi with family is a hard one as they usually prefer to eat 'cooked'. My Mom is starting to slowly like sashimi, but only certain types of fish.

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  24. Aw..I can so imagine a young Steph doing this! Lost in cultural translation. I'm hoping that by the time the kids go to school, their teachers will know what makis are!! :D

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  25. Yeah, sushi can be a hard one for many people. So glad you took the big step! :D

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  26. yah! Glad to hear you are now a fellow sushi lover! It seems like such a crazy food hurdle at first but once you are past it, then all is good!

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  27. Great story Abraham! Now, remember to enter your info into the Rafflecopter so I can count your entry! :D

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  28. My fav sushi memory was first time i took my hubby to all u can eat sushi with my first paycheck
    (We got married at 18/20 years old)
    I cried as soon as i tasted the sashimi coz it was so rewarding to eat a good meal with my hard earned money

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  29. The first time my friend tried talking me into trying sushi I have to admit I was very reluctant. The thought and idea of sushi freaked me out. Needless to say I was convinced into trying some at Edo Japan and it was a pleasant surprise. I really enjoyed it and have had plenty of sushi since then.

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  30. My favourite sushi memory would be last year when all my family and relatives got together for dinner. It's been a long time since I've seen some of my cousins

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  31. You mean I need to sign up with Rafflecopter?

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  32. I always eat sushi in restaurants but it's a different matter when trying to make it at home. One of my favourite memories was making sushi with my family. It was fun and tasted not bad.

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  33. Nope you don't sign up with raffle copter but there is a widget on the blog post where you enter your details in so it will be tracked. If you can't see the raffle copter try entering on a computer.

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