Today 17 April

13 Best Sushi Franchises in USA for 2022 (UPDATED RANKINGS)

Here is the top 13 best Sushi Franchises you can start in USA:

1. Hissho Sushi & Craft Beer Bar

  • Investments $425,000
  • Franchise fee $20,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1998
  • Year Franchising Started – 2020
  • Offices – 1800

Franchise details: Hissho Sushi & Craft Beer Bar
Official site

At Hissho, we’re boldly taking the lead in technology, responsible sourcing and culinary innovation to deliver fresh, restaurant-style sushi to consumers where they live, work and play.

2. Yoshinoya

  • Investments $550,000
  • Franchise fee $27,500
  • Year Brand Started – 1899
  • Year Franchising Started – 1900
  • Offices – 1500

Franchise details: Yoshinoya
Official site

Yoshinoya started in 1899 in Japan. With over 1500+ units worldwide, 98 here in America, we are growing and seeking motivated franchisees to grow with us. Yoshinoya is the Home of the Original Beef Bowl. Wholesome, quick-serve Japanese style menu. Our Signature Beef Bowl, Chicken Teriyaki Bowls, Salads, Desserts and more are on the menu here, all styled for a Quick Serve restaurant.

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3. Time To Eat Delivery

  • Investments $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2001
  • Offices – 200

Franchise details: Time To Eat Delivery
Official site

Time To Eat Delivery has years of experience in helping families from all over the US and Canada start their own delivery business. Our highly trained experts are ready to help you make money and grow your business potential.

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4. Ginger Sushi Boutique

  • Investments $270,800
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2000
  • Year Franchising Started – 2001
  • Offices – 140

Franchise details: Ginger Sushi Boutique
Official site

When the first Sushi Shop™ opened in 2000 in Montreal, Canada, sushi was not as wildly popular as it is today. Thanks to the internet, the world has gotten a lot smaller and global cuisine is now the norm. In the US, palates have turned Mexican, Chinese and Indian foods into American cultural mainstays.

5. Wok Box

  • Investments $350,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2004
  • Year Franchising Started – 2004
  • Offices – 60

Franchise details: Wok Box
Official site

Wok Box began in Canada in 2004, as a small Asian-inspired fast-casual restaurant; soon line stretched out the door and they began to open more locations. Wok Box is one of the fastest growing, diverse Asian-inspired cuisine franchises and is looking for passionate and dynamic franchisees.

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6. SanSai Fresh Grill & Sushi Kitchen

  • Investments $440,900
  • Franchise fee$35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2002
  • Year Franchising Started – 2002
  • Offices – 22

Franchise details: SanSai Fresh Grill & Sushi Kitchen
Official site

Our mission at SanSai Fresh Japanese Grill is to be the leading national restaurant brand to be known and recognized as the defining standard for the best tasting, highest quality, most convenient and freshest in Japanese quick-casual cuisine. Our business is based on making our menu items fresh from scratch and served with “SanSai Spirit”.

7. Maki of Japan

  • Investments $330,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1999
  • Year Franchising Started – 1999
  • Offices – 20

Franchise details: Maki of Japan
Official site

Maki of Japan first opened in 1999 at the Florida Mall in Orlando, Florida. Food Systems Unlimited, Inc. took this concept nationwide in 2001 promoting high quality Teriyaki Chicken, Beef, Vegetable and Shrimp dishes. Meals are prepared fresh, in an entertaining and exciting way by our chefs before each and every valued customer with an innovative cooked-to-order Hibachi style presentation.

8. Yogis Grill

  • Investments $100,000
  • Franchise fee $40,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2005
  • Year Franchising Started –2007
  • Offices – 15

Franchise details: Yogis Grill
Official site

Their mission is to be a growing restaurant company that achieves superior financial results by consistently exceeding their guests' expectations.

9. Koi

  • Investments $187,468
  • Franchise fee $60,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2010
  • Year Franchising Started – 2010
  • Offices – 12

Franchise details: Koi
Official site

Koi, the authentic Japanese sushi bar. Our high quality fish comes in amazing prices in a modern and casual dining context. Choose between our sit-in, delivery & take away concepts, and immerse into the sushi experience.

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10. How Do You Roll?

  • Investments $317,060
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2008
  • Year Franchising Started –2010
  • Offices – 9

Franchise details: How Do You Roll?

How Do You Roll? is the brainchild of two brothers fed up with inside-the-box sushi. Yuen (our fearless leader) always says HDYR? is not a sushi company serving people, we're a people company serving sushi.

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11. Maki-Mee

  • Investments $251,149
  • Franchise fee $24,999
  • Year Brand Started – 2011
  • Year Franchising Started – 2017
  • Offices – 2

Franchise details: Maki-Mee
Official site

Delicious can't wait. Our sushi is made to order, fresh, and fast. Delivered to your door.

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12. Komotodo Sushi Burrito LLC

  • Investments $167,650
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2014
  • Year Franchising Started – 2017
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: Komotodo Sushi Burrito LLC
Official site

Komotodo is a Fast Casual Contemporary/Modern Restaurant in the Heart of Downtown Denver offering Delicious Sushi Burritos & Bowls, Salads, Sides and Desserts with Exquisite Flavors that will Blow your Taste Buds Away!


13. Sushifork

  • Investments $192,000

Franchise details: Sushifork
Official site

SushiFork is the premier fast casual, create-your-own sushi restaurant franchise offering traditional and not-so-traditional sushi rolls, sushi burritos and eclectic sides in a hip, yet relaxed atmosphere.