The team behind Umi Sake House and Kushibar present Momiji in the former Dawson Plumbing location on 12th between Pike and Pine. According to Seattle Metropolitan, owner Steven Han was inspired by the culinary tradition of Kyoto—however, the normally very formal kaiseki menu is available a la carte, and there’s tons of Umi-style sushi (that is, big rolls with lots of sauces and aioli and names like Badboy, Street Fighter, and Lucky Leprechaun). The highly designed space features custom woodwork and a courtyard. There will be DJs. "Momiji" means "maple," or maybe "autumn," in Japanese—it's also a kind of doll with a message inside.
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