Ozawa Canada Inc., is one of the most experienced family-owned importers and distributors of quality Japanese food and beverage products in Canada.

Incorporated in 1985 to service the growing needs of the Japanese food service sector in Central & Eastern Canada, Ozawa Canada has been educating local consumers and professional chefs & restaurants about Japanese cultural traditions through Japanese foods & beverage promotion. We have strategically & successfully expanded our core businesses while providing customers with high quality products and unparalleled customer service.

Our sales team speaks English, Chinese, Korean, Japanese. Contact us to learn about how Ozawa Canada can help start or grow your business.

    Japanese Food & Supplies

    Specializing in importing and distributing quality Japanese products to Canada.

    Japanese Alcoholic Beverages

    Exclusive distributor of Asahi Beer, Takara Sake, and other Major Premium Japanese Sakes and Jizakes via Japan Prestige Sake Japan; and Nikka Whisky and Premium Shochu's

    Japanese Restaurant Equipment

    Authentic Japanese knives, tableware, sushi machines, kitchen accessories and restaurant equipment.

Company Achievements


Ozawa was first to market the health benefits of Japanese green tea and green tea powder.


First to bring to market green tea ice cream & red bean ice cream in Canada


Began the sales of Premium Sakes and Asahi Beer. First distributor to distribute Junmai Daiginjo sake in North America.


First to market shochu (traditional Japanese spirit) to Canada.


Official Agent of Takara Sake USA and Takara Shuzo.


Started importing and distributing sustainable Japanese Hamachi/Buri (Toro Hamachi)


First to distribute premium Japanese single malt whisky in Canada: Nikka “Yoichi” Whisky.


Introduced Nikka Taketsuru Whisky in Canada.


Successfully introduced the award winning Nikka Taketsuru Pure Malt 12 yr old Whisky in Canada.


Successfully promoted premium sake in the first LCBO hosted “Sake 101 Event”.


Co-founded Kampai Toronto – Festival of Sake – Largest sake festival in Canada and was the founding President of the Sake Institute of Ontario.


Moved into a new facility, tripled in size.