Chermside Welcomes Longest Sushi Train in Southern Hemisphere

Sushi Jiro at Chermside

Hold onto your chopsticks, Brisbane! Chermside has officially become a sushi lover’s paradise, boasting the Southern Hemisphere’s most epic sushi train. Spanning an astonishing 115 metres and accommodating a whopping 171 diners, this culinary conveyor belt is set to redefine the sushi experience.



Sushi Jiro in Chermside
Photo Credit: Sushi Jiro

These strategic locations were chosen for their vibrant shopping scenes, aligning with the brand’s commitment to providing unique and immersive dining experiences. In under two years, CEO Anna Kasman has nearly doubled the business’s sushi train presence in Australia, catering to the nation’s growing appetite for sushi while pushing the boundaries of dining innovation.

“The demand for high-quality Japanese cuisine in a relaxed setting is clear, and diners want experiences that are fresh and exciting,” Kasman stated. “We aim to fill that gap with everything Sushi Jiro does, offering one-of-a-kind experiences every time.”

Sushi Jiro in Chermside
Photo Credit: Sushi Jiro
Sushi Jiro in Chermside
Photo Credit: Sushi Jiro
Photo Credit: Sushi Jiro

Both the Chermside and Pacific Fair restaurants are designed to captivate customers from the moment they enter.

“We designed both restaurants with the customer journey at the forefront, from the atmosphere of our interior design to the interactive nature of our sushi train,” Kasman explained. “We’ve incorporated elements that not only streamline dining but create an immersive experience that connects our guests with traditional and modern sushi making.”

Sushi Jiro‘s menu showcases traditional Japanese favourites while surprising guests with creative dishes like the Nori Taco, a fusion of traditional Japanese flavours presented uniquely, rarely seen in the quick-service restaurant space.

Sushi Jiro in Chermside
Photo Credit: Sushi Jiro

Looking ahead, Sushi Jiro plans to continue expanding its footprint in Australia. “We’re exploring opportunities to bring Sushi Jiro restaurants to more locations across Australia,” Kasman said. “Our goal is to continuously improve and innovate upon our elevated sushi train experience with each new store opening.”



Sushi Jiro’s new Queensland stores are open seven days a week, inviting sushi enthusiasts to experience the Southern Hemisphere’s longest sushi train firsthand.

Published Date 04-June-2024