Discover the Story behind
the Panama Hotel
The Panama Hotel was built in 1910 by the first Japanese American Architect as a single room occupancy for single Japanese men seeking to work in America.
Today, the Panama Hotel is a historic landmark for Japanese American heritage in the Pacific Northwest where guests can experience the original hotel in Seattle.
RELAXING CAFÉ & MUSEUM
Wide Selection of Teas, Coffee from a Local Roaster, and Pastries
The Last Remaining Japanese Style Public Bathhouse in the United States.
PRESERVING THE BUILDING
To Pass Down the Heritage to
Our Future Generations