Japanese Restaurants in Tacoma

$60 for a Five-Course Omakase Dinner for Two at Miyabi 45th. Groupon Reservation Required.

Miyabi 45th


Japanese restaurant known for hand-rolled soba noodles serves a chef-curated, five-course menu based on customers’ preferences


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Chef's Omakase Prix Fixe Japanese Dinner for Two at I Love Sushi on Lake Union. Groupon Reservation Required.

I Love Sushi on Lake Union

South-Lake Union

Executive chef Hideaki Taneda crafts a creative and authentic Japanese dinner, including fresh seafood, sushi, and housemade mango pudding

$90 $60

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$30 for $50 Worth of Japanese and Hawaiian Food for Two at 'Ohana



Tropical-themed eatery with Hawaiian-style roast pork and curried stew as well as sushi rolls and sashimi

$50 $30

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Sushi Meal with Pot Stickers and Hot Sake for Two at Sushi Spott (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Sushi Spott

Mill Creek

Miso soup and pot stickers round out meals of elaborate sushi rolls and nigiri

$20 $12

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$17 for $30 Worth of Korean Cuisine at Blue Mango Bistro

Blue Mango Bistro

Northwest Everett

Korean staples such as bibimba and bulgogi served alongside Pan-Asian dishes such as crispy chicken katsu, and Fried Pacific cod and chips

$30 $17

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Sushi for Two or Four or Takeout Sushi for Two at Rockn' Rolls (Up to 40%)

Rockn' Rolls


Specialty rolls such as Fisherman’s Roll with shrimp tempura topped with crab and scallops and Albacore Heaven with tuna, avocado, and crab

C$20 C$12

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Beneath the softly glowing paper lanterns above the sushi bar, chefs at Happy Teriyaki #4 are hand rolling maki destined for individual plates. But it's the signature sauce, fresh vegetables, and charcoal-broiled meats in their teriyaki dishes that are their claim to fame: the restaurant earned the title of Best Teriyaki in Evening Magazine and KING 5's Best of Western Washington awards in 2011, 2012, and 2013.

The owners' pride in their work is not only evidenced by their artful and flavorful culinary creations but also by the restaurant's inviting ambiance. Colorful Japanese screens add a touch of authentic flair to the dining room, where high-backed, private booths prevent fellow guests from copying homework. Beyond praising the "fast, tasty and affordable" food, Jennifer Johnson of the Weekly Volcano commended the staff for "service [that] has not only been efficient and swift but pleasantly provided."

2223 Pacific Ave

Tacoma’s first sushi restaurant, Masahiro Endo was a pioneer in the area and introduced beautifully arranged and great tasting Japanese food to the good people of Tacoma. Artists and creative folk will love how the staff at Fujiya presents food and will undoubtedly have the urge to take pictures! The beautiful food is only further accented by the ambiance of Fujiya and the taste of the food. While sushi takes the spotlight at Fujiya, Mr. Endo offers other dishes, like popular fish dishes prepared in both traditional and modern Japanese techniques. Noodle dishes, teriyaki, steak and even short ribs are also available for patrons along with a great selection of appetizers. Salads are too, and dessert consists of delicious and unique Japanese ice cream choices. Like Mr. Endo, the staff members at Fujiya are dedicated to their customers and it is apparent all the way from the front door of Fujiya to the plate.

1125 Court C

Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center is a world-class children’s museum that was formerly an old city incinerator. The three-level building with four major themed galleries is a community treasure offering educational programs and various exhibits, such as “tot spot” and “rainforest adventures.” Four times every year during public school breaks, the Children’s Discovery Center offers discovery camp for ages 4 and 5 as well as for ages 5 through 8. The camps always include outdoor play, participatory educational activities, and a visit to the exhibit galleries. Parents are encouraged to engage with their children in the many learning experiences offered at the Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center and create memories that will last a lifetime.

4803 Pacific Hwy E

Sushi Tama, located just southeast of Jefferson Park in Tacoma, is a cozy restaurant specializing in sushi, sashimi, and other Japanese favorites. If choosing from the variety of options offered on the menu seems daunting, try the jyo combo. Featuring small portions of several types of sushi rolls, it is guaranteed to have something for every maki enthusiast in your group. If hot food is what you're after, order the chicken teriyaki. It comes with chicken served over rice and drizzled in sweet-and-savory teriyaki sauce, a side of vegetables and a cup of miso soup. Sushi Tama is open every day of the week except Sunday, so come on down and grab a bite for lunch or dinner.

3919 6th Ave

Several culinary styles meet in the kitchen of Sushimaru, an Asian-fusion eatery. That's because the menu travels from Chinese appetizers such as egg rolls and gyoza dumplings to Korean classics such as bulgogi to Japanese teriyaki and bento boxes. Chefs fashion fresh ingredients into sashimi and fusion sushi rolls such as the Blue Mountain, which combines crabmeat and avocado with baked mozzarella, string potatoes, and blueberry jam.

8101 Maple Street Southwest

It's no surprise that Akasaka Restaurant, named after a neighborhood in Tokyo, offers traditional Japanese specialties. Diners tuck into freshly sliced sashimi, seasonal imports of Kobe beef, and shabu shabu hot pots of seaweed-infused broth in which diners can simmer morsels of beef or seafood. But according to The Seattle Times, there's another showstopper: "It's hard to get past the great Korean food at this longtime Federal Way favorite."

On tabletop grills, guests can broil hand-cut short ribs, slices of scarlet bulgogi beef, and other korean meats to their liking. Servers present more than a dozen types of housemade kimchi and other korean banchan to accompany savory meals, along with glasses of sake, whiskey, and Asian beer.

31246 Pacific Hwy S
Federal Way,