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Map & Directions 103 102nd Ave. SE
Bellevue, WA 98004
  • Japanese, Sushi
  • Tue-Fri 11:30am-2pm, Fri 5pm-9:30pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Kid Friendly, Takeout
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Lot Available


Seattle Weekly's Description

The warm welcomes upon entering this intimate neighborhood Japanese restaurant in old-town Bellevue are enough to disarm even the most timid eaters. Although it's tucked away on a side street, the locals know and love Ginza for its family-friendly (and family-owned) reputation, quick service, and meticulously prepared sushi and Japanese dishes. The big man on campus at Ginza is Ivan, nephew of the owner and all-around nice guy who is more than happy to make a recommendation out of the 100-plus specialties, handwritten in both English and Japanese on two whiteboards displayed above the sushi-making side of the kitchen.

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  • Cathy C. on 08/01/10

    Mos definitely try the pumpkin fried rice!

  • Diana F. on 10/20/11

    Tea smoked pork belly, pumpkin fried rice and the chirashi. Do it!

  • Huahua Y. on 01/02/10

    a very nice cozy Japanese sushi place, hidden in the old town of Bellevue

  • threehumpcamel on 02/15/10

    Highly recommend their pumpkin fried rice, fresh eel fried rice, and Takana ramen.

  • Mallory A. on 03/03/12

    Fiji is the best! Come early and sit at the sushi bar. Fuji hooked us up with his recommendations and they were all amazing!

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