Welcome to Sushi Wawa
Sushi Wawa is exclusive to Western Australia –
that’s where we get our ‘WAWA’!
Step through the doors of the new Sushi Wawa Japanese restaurant and be greeted with a loud and lively ‘Irasshaimase’ traditional welcome by our staff. You will then quickly fall in love with Perth’s most fun, fresh and fabulously-authentic Japanese dining experience.
The Japanese cuisine of Sushi Wawa is created right before your eyes in a central, open kitchen by renowned Japanese chefs. Our amazing flavours, flair and artistry is showcased on a 62-metre sushi train, Perth’s longest – and thought to be the longest in the Southern Hemisphere!
Choose from more than 110 tempting varieties of sushi and the freshest of fresh sashimi, plus traditional udons, dons, wagyu beef, teriyaki, tempura, salad bowls and so much more. Visit our menu page to tempt your taste buds.
Every dish is crafted fresh, using high-quality local seafood and produce delivered to us daily.
Sushi Wawa’s modern decor restaurant features comfy booths for up to 4-6 people and bar-style seating for casual and solo dining.
We are proud to be family friendly, offering full table service, with plenty of tasty choices children adore, plus a kids’ zone with LCD TV and play area.
A visit to Sushi Wawa is so convenient. With access straight off the Mitchell Freeway from both directions (exit Cedric Street), we are perfectly located right next to Ikea in Innaloo. Car parking is a breeze. View our location here.
Become a Sushi Wawa VIP and we’ll reward you for coming back to dine with us.
Join for free and simply present your VIP member key tag each time you visit. For every $100 spent, you’ll receive $7.50 off your bill. Our VIP membership is for life, with no expiry date. Offer is valid for dine-in, takeaway and party platters.
So, if you’re a loyal lover of Sushi Wawa, be sure to grab a free VIP key tag on your next visit!
Bob is the face of Sushi Wawa. He’s a super-fit rikishi (‘strong man’) sumo wrestler. Bob loves the healthy freshness of Sushi Wawa so much, he’s needing some serious alterations to his mawashi (loincloth)!