More Than Ramen At Tajima

Spicy Sesame Ramen
San Diego Food Finds/Spicy Sesame Ramen: Spicy Tonkotsu Soup base mixed with special sesame paste, ground pork, bean sprouts, fried garlic chips, 1/2 ramen egg, baby boy chop, green onions, and Japanese seaweed.

Since 2001, Tajima has been satisfying San Diego’s growing hunger for authentic Japanese cuisine and ramen that is both unique and flavorful. Thanks to owner Sam Morikizono and his talented staff, Tajima has earned a reputation as one of San Diego’s top Japanese restaurants.

Umami Bun
San Diego Food Finds/Umami Bun: Juicy pork, cucumber, carrot and green pea sprouts with house sauce in a soft bun.

Ramens are made from scratch, and the menu honors the purity of Japanese taste and style. Enjoy dining at Tajima’s tastefully decorated restaurants, which offer community tables and private seating areas, along with artful décor and lighting.

Vegan Ramen
San Diego Food Finds/Vegan Ramen: Tajima original vegetable soy based soup with mixed vegetables, baby spinach, corn, green pea sprouts, cherry tomatoes, tofu, and sesame seeds, topped with black garlic oil, and served with spinach noodles.

Tajima offers one of the widest selections of Japanese cuisine available at affordable prices. Sourcing the freshest ingredients available, the daily tapas-style (small plate) menu changes with the seasons.

Seasoned Deep-Fried Chicken
San Diego Food Finds/Karaage: Seasoned Deep-Fried Chicken with Mayo On The Side.

With five San Diego locations, plus one in Long Beach and a seventh restaurant in Tijuana, there is a uniquely designed Tajima within reach of your desire for Japanese cuisine at its finest!