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Momiji

This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Takeout
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.     "Momiji will have take-out hours between 5-9pm. We working hard to go live on Caviar for delivery and take-out within the next week and will be live on Toast App for take-out options online within 48 hours. Pick up orders can be made through the phone or in-person between 3/18-3/25 and we will be offering a 25% discount off the total bill." See more details here.
1522 12th Ave (Capitol Hill)
Seattle, WA 98122
206-457-4068
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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.

Upcoming Events at Momiji

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