One of Seattle's more elegant modernist dining rooms with a relaxed bossa nova-meets-shoji vibe, Fuji Sushi offers an understated sushi and bento menu. Gluten-free? Ask servers for wheat-free tamari. Read more.
Cullom Gallery features excellent traditional Japanese woodblock prints and contemporary art. Check out the current exhibit of Richard Heisler and Tyler Starr's Tokyo paintings and mixed media work. Read more.
The Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee in Japantown's historic Panama Hotel offers a range of black, green and herb teas in a relaxed space that acknowledges the contextual past of the hotel's location. Read more.
Momo Seattle is one of a few retailers in the International District that offer fashionable gifts, clothing and accessories for young men and women. Check out their cards and nau rain jackets. Read more.
On the far side of the International District in a small cafe space, Green Leaf offers fresh hot servings of pho and bun vermicelli bowls imbued with flavor - either dish is their menu's best choice. Read more.
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Experience shares living oral history, contemporary art, documentary narrative, and a vital living context of Seattle's Chinatown and Asian-Pacific communities. Read more.
Kinokuniya's handsome and comfortable retail space in Seattle has the largest manga selection in the NW! Great selection of books, zines, office supplies, DVDs. Bookstore members save 10% all year. Read more.
Saigon Bistro is a modest cafe in the middle of Uwajimaya Village's bustling food court. Their pho makes for satisfying lunch despite a slightly saltier broth, but the added minced ginger is good. Read more.
Terrific community grocery featuring everything from fresh seafood, Japanese groceries, Korean kim chi, local NW wine, fresh produce and more. Be aware of sell-by dates - some items are past due. Read more.
Great Starbucks location in the International District / Chinatown. Drop in for an americano or take a few VIA instant coffee packets with you for the train on Amtrak Cascades. AT&T wifi available. Read more.
Kaname beckons guests into inviting izakaya bar with a choice menu of shochu, sake, sushi and meals one might expect at a ryokan. Friendly service in a comfortable space takes the edge off after work. Read more.
Scandinavian style and mid-century modern is available for home accessories, furniture, lighting and kitchenware. Cheerful entertaining ideas and colorful textiles delight at small Japantown retailer. Read more.