Our mission is to provide a cozy, friendly environment for our customers while introducing the culture and spirit of traditional Japanese cooking through our dishes. We promise to use the best ingredients we can find on the market and make the best use out of them.
Respect in all ways
Respect is a very important spirit in Japanese culture. We show our biggest respect to our customers by serving the best food, providing a safe and clean environment, and giving our most caring heart. We show respect to all ingredients by not wasting food. We show respect to every dish by utilizing every ingredient the best we can. We show respect to each and every one of our equipment that helps us finish our work perfectly. When all of these respects come together, it makes us focus and concentrate on giving the best dining experience anyone could ever have.
Opened in 2003
It all began with a talented chef and a passionate waitress. The chef, considered a legacy in the industry, was loved and admired by his customers and colleagues. Taking a step beyond cooking for fun, he wanted to share the beauty of Japanese cuisine to the rest of his community. His creativity and passion eventually led to the establishment of Tsukiji. In fact, some of the most popular dishes you see on our menu were created by him!
The waitress had a heart for people as she strived to make every customer leave with a smile on their face. Customers often trust her for recommendations to decide what their course of meal will be. Together with the chef, their combined efforts led to the opening of the restaurant in 2003.
Throughout the years, Tsukiji faced many difficulties and hardships. Unfortunately, the original chef passed away a few years after the restaurant had opened, and then we were joined by the talented Chef Kobayashi who passed away in 2018. But their legacy lives on, as our current head chef is the last apprentice of Kobayashi san and is best known for sashimi and cold appetizers. He promises to continue to allow you to experience amazing Japanese cuisine. We’ve expanded our team, restaurant space, and most importantly, developed many meaningful relationships with people in our community. We’re grateful and proud to have many loyal customers and we aim to continually share the culture and spirit of traditional Japanese cuisine through our dishes and service.