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From sushi to soba, Voice Places is your guide to Japanese cuisine in Seattle. Our professional and user reviews and easily searchable listings help you find a restaurant that suits your taste and your price range.

Japanese in Seattle

  • Maneki
    304 Sixth Ave. S. | International District

    Sometimes you love a restaurant for a particular dish. Sometimes you love it because the fry cook is a genius or one of the bartenders is hot or because the kitchen always seems to make your... More on Maneki »

  • Nishino
    3130 E. Madison St. | Madison Valley & Madison Park

    Listen closely to the conversation in Madison Park's Nishino, and you will hear the sound of money (not to mention the hundred-thousand-dollar view of the Fay Jones paintings on the walls). But... More on Nishino »

  • Shiki
    4 W. Roy St. | Queen Anne

    At lower Queen Anne's Shiki, the lights are bright, a homemade shoji screen separates off one corner, and the music rattling over the speakers is liable to be some form of Japanese easy listening.... More on Shiki »

  • Umi Sake House
    9 reviews
    2230 First Ave. | Belltown

    Heads up, sushi-craving fashionistas. This sophisticated sushi joint serves maki late into the night, and its atmosphere is decidedly clubby. Umi offers both traditional and innovative sushi... More on Umi Sake House »

  • Nijo
    4 reviews
    83 Spring St. (at Post Alley) | Downtown

    Nijo isn't for purists. The rolls at this downtown spot are not the gentle, conservative sort favored by the picky or the classically inclined. But they are all fresh. They are all delicious. And... More on Nijo »

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  • I Love Sushi
    3 reviews
    11818 N.E. Eighth St. | Bellevue

    People love I Love Sushi. I Love Sushi is bright and clean, with a bright and clean staff, and bright, clean-tasting sushi. The popular spider roll surrounds a soft-shell crab with avocado,... More on I Love Sushi »

  • Mashiko Japanese Restaurant
    2 reviews
    4725 California Ave. S.W. | West Seattle

    At West Seattle's Mashiko, classically trained Hajime Sato respects the rules and flouts them at the same time. He's one of the first American sushi chefs to source 100 percent sustainably;... More on Mashiko Japanese Restaurant »

  • Samurai Noodle
    2 reviews
    606 5th Ave. S | International District

    An all-ramen restaurant with no plastic packets? Yup, Samurai Noodle does it all in-house, serving huge, redolent bowls of broth that took much longer than 90 seconds to concoct (but still make... More on Samurai Noodle »

  • Tsukushinbo
    1 review
    515 S. Main St. | International District

    With seven little tables, seven seats at the bar, and faux wood paneling, Tsukushinbo's got a worn but tidy feeling that some might find wanting in chic but will strike others as auspicious. Sit... More on Tsukushinbo »

  • Flo Japanese Restaurant
    1 review
    1188 106th Ave. N.E. | Bellevue

    Huge, spiraling white waves-a vertical zen rock garden, perhaps-cover the walls behind Flo's sushi bar, and the seating area below presents a moody urbanity, the kind on display in the condos of... More on Flo Japanese Restaurant »

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