about TEN SUSHI
The first Ten Sushi opened in 2013 in Lower Queen Anne and second store opened in International District in 2018. first store in Lower Queen Anne is Kaiten, conveyor belt and second location is Japanese Izakaya style. You can enjoy each store by your situation. Special items and Featured Items are different.
Queen Anne Location
500 Mercer st. Seattle
1207 S Jackson st. Seattle
The Master Sushi Chef and owner of Ten Sushi, Shinichiro Takahashi, was born and raised in Aizu Wakamatsu, a small town in the Fukushima region of Japan. For 20 years, he has committed his focus and energy working in the kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi industry, five of those years being here in the USA. As a Kaiten Sushi Master, Shin was able to share his knowledge with those interested in becoming a sushi chef, helping them to perfect various techniques; many of those individuals have since then, “graduated”. In 2013, Sushi Master Shin was given the opportunity to start his very own kaiten sushi restaurant- Ten Sushi>>>
Over the 20 years working in USA after experienced Japanese working culture over the 15 years. By growing up in a family that ran food businesses, experienced various types of Japanese restaurants, ranging from high-end to Izakaya, Ramen, Sushi styles and Bento Catering. Food experienced are in both country Japan and USA. Saki promoted the company growth then In 2018, Ten Sushi opened second location, This is NOT Kaiten - Ten Sushi #35 is Izakaya Style located in the International District. This store have really wide menu include basic Ten Sushi menu, Bento Box, Udon, Soba, Donburi. of cause Sushi and Platter. Ten Sushi #35>>>
Kaiten mean conveyor belt. Kaiten Sushin is common in Japan. It is also known as a sushi train.
As the sushi passes on the conveyor belt, you can just grab any plates that look appealing; or you can use the menu on your table to place a specific order.
Bento (弁当, bentō) is a single-portion take-out or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisines and other Asian cultures where rice is the main staple food. A traditional bento holds rice or noodles, fish or meat, with pickled and cooked vegetables, in a box.
An izakaya (居酒屋) (Japanese: [izakaja])is a type of informal Japanese bar that serves alcoholic drinks and snacks. Izakayas are casual places for after-work drinking
Ten Sushi’s tuna filleting events are always filled by customers who reserve their space ahead of time. The day included trivia questions involving sushi, fish and Japanese culture by MC. People who responded correctly were served grilled tuna collar.
the tale of TEN
The heart of Ten Sushi is built from this one character: 天 (Ten) It may not mean much to most, but to us here at Ten, it means everything. From how we start our days to how we strive to end each night, this Japanese character reminds us every day to bring each an every one of our customers a different kind of kaiten, or conveyor belt, experience. [天] translates directly to “above and beyond all others” or “something greater.” This phrase sets the tone at Ten, reminding us to keep in mind what we ought to strive for with each and every guest we encounter.
Our aim is to provide high quality, large portioned sushi for the best price you’ll find in town! We have the largest and high quality nigiri slices in Seattle as well as the most interesting variations of menu items that combine white fish, crab, shellfish and even seasonal fish. Ten brings traditional Japanese sushi and combines it with an uncommon touch that adds a unique flare to both the large portioned rolls and the thick slices of nigiri. Ten features Omakase, or Chef’s Special in Japanese. If you trust us here at Ten, we would like you to take this challenge. Pick any price and we will make a combination of nigiri or sashimi suited just for you!