Damage associated molecular patterns (DAMPs), including calreticulin (CRT) exposure, high-mobility group box 1 protein (HMGB1) elevation, and ATP release, characterize immunogenic cell death (ICD) and may play a role in cancer immunotherapy. Triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) is an immunogenic subtype of breast cancer with higher lymphocyte infiltration. Here, we found that regorafenib, a multi-target angiokinase inhibitor previously known to suppress STAT3 signaling, induced DAMPs and cell death in TNBC cells. Regorafenib induced the expression of HMGB1 and CRT, and the release of ATP. Regorafenib-induced HMGB1 and CRT were attenuated following STAT3 overexpression. In a 4T1 syngeneic murine model, regorafenib treatment increased HMGB1 and CRT expression in xenografts, and effectively suppressed 4T1 tumor growth. Immunohistochemical staining revealed increased CD4+ and CD8+ tumor-infiltrating T cells in 4T1 xenografts following regorafenib treatment. Regorafenib treatment or programmed death-1 (PD-1) blockade using anti-PD-1 monoclonal antibody reduced lung metastasis of 4T1 cells in immunocompetent mice. While regorafenib increases the proportion of MHC II high expression on dendritic cells in mice with smaller tumors, the combination of regorafenib and PD-1 blockade did not show a synergistic effect on anti-tumor activity. These results suggest that regorafenib induces ICD and suppresses tumor progression in TNBC. It should be carefully evaluated when developing a combination therapy with an anti-PD-1 antibody and a STAT3 inhibitor.