Update on COVID-19:
By mandate of the Governor of Washington and local public health agencies, we are restricting in-person visitation of all visitors and non-essential health care personnel due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We understand how difficult this is for many of you and we're doing everything we can to help you stay connected with your loved ones. We've equipped ourselves with the technology so you can visit with residents through video. Call us anytime and we'll set it up.
Thank you for your understanding and support as we do everything possible to protect our residents and community from the spread of COVID-19.
*There will be visitation exceptions for certain compassionate care situations, such as an end-of-life situation.*
Welcome to Nikkei Manor
At Nikkei Manor Assisted Living, located downtown in the heart of the Seattle Chinatown International District, residents find a real home in a warm, caring atmosphere with wonderful neighbors, volunteers, and staff to keep them company. Their golden years are fun and enjoyable because we take care of daily chores, freeing up time to make new friends (or discover old ones), go on outings around the Puget Sound, find the hidden artist within, or enjoy the other activities available. Residents and their families can rest easy knowing that their health and happiness are high priorities.
Caring for our elders in Seattle
We do it through the Keiro NW Values: Respect, Trust, Compassion, Quality of Life & Family. Our incorporated charitable purpose is to provide elderly persons on a nonprofit basis with housing facilities and services, specially designed to meet the physical, social and psychological needs of the aged, and contribute to their health, security, happiness and usefulness in longer living.
- Complimentary Meal Certificate
- Services & Amenities
- Lifestyle Options
- Family & Community
- Veterans Wall
Nikkei Manor is located in Seattle’s Chinatown International District, near the historic Japantown. We have easy access off of I-5 and I-90 and just a short drive from First Hill’s hospitals and clinics. Our vibrant neighborhood is filled with year round cultural activities to celebrate its Asian history. Our residents and families enjoy shopping at Uwajimaya and Daiso and dining out at the many restaurants just blocks away.