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515 South Main Street
Seattle, WA 98104

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(206) 467-4004


  • Sunday: 5:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Monday: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:45 am - 2:00 am
  • Wednesday: 11:45 am - 2:00 am
  • Thursday: 11:45 am - 2:00 am
  • Friday: 11:45 am - 2:00 am
  • Saturday: 5:30 am - 11:00 pm

Cuisine: Japanese Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 64 reviews

price range:$11 to $25

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  • Alice T.The Tsukushi (noodle dish) is amazingly flavorful, and the sake and ikura sushi are fresh. Great service despite a busy night

    55555 by Alice T.

  • NinaOrder the omakase or anything from the sushi bar! Super busy on Fridays for their Tokyo ramen and gyoza combo.

    55555 by Nina

  • Rodrigo MSpecial on Fridays is a must!

    55555 by Rodrigo M

  • Komsun SGreat place for authentic japanese food. Tasty, great atmosphere, and people. However, it is a little difficult to find since there is no English name in front of the place. So look for 515!

    55555 by Komsun S

  • Andres JSmall plates to share is the way to go

    55555 by Andres J

  • Pj SOutstanding sushi!

    55555 by Pj S

  • Eric P.Authentic Japanese food and sushi bar

    55555 by Eric P.

  • Terance L.Slow service

    22222 by Terance L.

  • Celeste T.Black cod was great, as was the hamachi collar.

    55555 by Celeste T.

  • Mary SThe best sushi I've had outside of Japan.

    55555 by Mary S

  • Brian I.If you can get the reservations in advance to save any hassle, it's hard to find since no sign in front at first but you'll see small restaurant you found rift one

    33333 by Brian I.

  • Derrick LTry: Ramen

    55555 by Derrick L

  • Virgil A.There's no sign on the door and because it is so small, you definitely should call ahead and reserve a spot.

    33333 by Virgil A.

  • max l.Ramen on Wednesday and Friday is amazing.

    55555 by max l.

  • ben r.Get the katsu curry!

    55555 by ben r.

  • Ives SAll of the fish was super fresh and tasty.

    55555 by Ives S

  • Rohit GopalGreat hole in the wall spot. The lunch specials change by day, and are amazing!

    55555 by Rohit Gopal

  • Nat M.Disappoint. I had the ramen lunch special and a negihama roll. Flaccid greasy gyoza and a mouthful of rice in a bowl appeared first. Gross and stingy all at once. The ramen was ok. Roll had no flavor

    33333 by Nat M.

  • Janelle DGot their tempura UDON! Love that they give variety/generous amt of tempura and their soup was perfect. Just what I needed on a cold,cloudy Seattle day. My friend got Curry Katsu which was also good!

    55555 by Janelle D

  • Allison Y.Amazing, fresh fish, great apps and fantastic value! Loved the beef tongue and okra salad

    55555 by Allison Y.

  • David V.Ramen, Katsu

    55555 by David V.

  • Thomas PajorSmall place but excellent Sushi!

    55555 by Thomas Pajor

  • Katie PChirashi, sushi

    55555 by Katie P

  • William SAmazing sushi and the best udon tempura outside of Tokyo

    55555 by William S

  • Kaysushi is very good, but I didn't like the ramen. not sure what's the hype, not worth the wait on a Friday afternoon.

    33333 by Kay

  • Kristin CuillierSushi rocks! Ramen Special is only during lunch hour

    55555 by Kristin Cuillier

  • keri d.Reservation is highly recommended. Really fresh nigiri at a decent price.

    55555 by keri d.

  • little m.Were turned off by the seating procedures, but mostly forgave this since the meal tasted great. But both my date & myself got sick within 20 minutes of finishing & had to race home for the bathroom

    22222 by little m.

  • Eric H.Order omakase at the bar

    55555 by Eric H.

  • Carl T.Chirashi bowl for lunch has a nice variety of cuts and is a good value

    55555 by Carl T.

  • Ricardo H.A whole in the wall. Sit at the bar. Fresh pieces of sushi. Lots of quality for your money.

    33333 by Ricardo H.

  • Toni ESushi, omakase, ramen

    55555 by Toni E

  • Davin L.Friday ramen is very good.

    55555 by Davin L.

  • Stacy I.Omakase!!!!!!! That's the only way to go!

    55555 by Stacy I.

  • Jason JFantastic rainbow roll!

    55555 by Jason J

  • Sarah S.Sushi and sit at the bar

    33333 by Sarah S.

  • Adam J.The black cod is delicious. Calling ahead is highly recommended.

    55555 by Adam J.

  • Lisa RThe katsudon and sashimi are good!

    55555 by Lisa R

  • minniemontheir chirashi bowl is heavenly!

    55555 by minniemon

  • Charles TranShoyu Ramen lunch special on Fridays! Nomnom.

    55555 by Charles Tran

  • Melissa L.Excellent Japanese food at this tiny spot in the international district. The sushi is great, as well as the other dishes on the menu. Check the specials board.

    55555 by Melissa L.

  • David G.The service was attentive, the yellowtail was delicious, and the saba shioyaki was just right. I surprised myself by really enjoying the spicy creamy scallop roll, which is not normally my style.

    55555 by David G.

  • EdreaFound my favorite Japanese restaurant in Seattle.

    55555 by Edrea

  • Brandon LooFridays are Ramen days. Be prepared to wait in line before the doors open. If you don't get seated in the first seating, you're likely not to get any. Lunch can be fairly quick, in and out in 30mins.

    33333 by Brandon Loo

  • Elite SThe Wednesday okonomiyaki special is great

    55555 by Elite S

  • EaterAn unmarked hole in the wall, this is the go-to for authentic Japanese food in the International District. There's a sushi bar and handful of tables that fill-up quickly. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Anne ZablanTry mushroom salad... omg it's the bomb!!! oh yeah don't forget your sake! Hahaha

    55555 by Anne Zablan

  • Serious EatsThe Friday lunch special of Shoyu Ramen and Gyoza with Rice is a bargain, but be prepared, as it draws big crowds and sells out.

    55555 by Serious Eats

  • Nishant B.The potential of this place far surpasses the meal I had tonight. If I could be at a regular at any one sushi bar on the west coast...well, friend, this would be it. ❤

    55555 by Nishant B.

  • Connie L.Sit at the sushi bar if you can, Sho is awesome. Sushi is good, and Sho gets super creative with his Omakase! But can't get a better Katsu-don anywhere else.

    55555 by Connie L.

  • Connie L.Sit at the sushi bar if you can; get the Omakase if its your first time. Sho's great with introducing new creations you wouldn't expect!

    55555 by Connie L.

  • Mingfei Y.I used to come here often but their service level drops dramatically. I stop visiting...

    55555 by Mingfei Y.

  • James K.Go before 1pm if you want a daily lunch special! They sell out!

    55555 by James K.

  • Brooke H.You cannot go wrong.

    55555 by Brooke H.

  • Paul CLove the crunchy roll and the coconut sake is amazing!

    55555 by Paul C

  • Kenn M.Best Katsu curry I've had state-side

    55555 by Kenn M.

  • VinnaOrder omakesa style. When you do sushi will never be the same anywhere else.

    33333 by Vinna

  • Joshua L.Cheap and amazing! Under-spoken with no sign and slightly dirty lanterns... but sushi no one could scoff at. I recommend just loading up on rolls.

    55555 by Joshua L.

  • David V.Great food, super friendly chef, and the rolls are way bigger than neighboring Maneki. Worth the trip if you can find it :)

    55555 by David V.

  • Seattle MetThe history of a transplanted culture is still wonderfully fragrant in ID places like Kobo, the Panama Hotel, and hole-in-the-wall mom-and-pop joints like Tsukushinbo.

    55555 by Seattle Met

  • John G.Broiled sana lunch + spicy tuna roll = Tyrannosaurus power lunch:-)

    55555 by John G.

  • Stanton R.Katsu curry is awesome

    55555 by Stanton R.

  • Joshua L.get the creamy scallops roll.

    55555 by Joshua L.

  • Janet C.Best sake-steamed clams in the city.

    55555 by Janet C.

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