Tsunami risk is a combination of the danger posed by tsunami hazard, the vulnerability of people to an event, and the probability of destructive tsunami. The spatial multicriteria approach made a possibility for integrating the vulnerability and risk parameters to assess the potential area that will be affected by the tsunami. The study applied the parameters of physical and social vulnerability and combined element at risk to assess tsunami risk in the coastal area of East Java Indonesia. All parameters in both tsunami vulnerability and tsunami risk assessment were analyzed through cell-based analysis in geographical information system. The weight of each parameter was calculated through the analytical hierarchy process. The results were provided as maps of tsunami vulnerability and tsunami risk. Tsunami risk map described five classes of risk. It described that coastal area with a low elevation and almost flat identified as high risk to the tsunami. The coastal area with a high density of vegetation (mangrove) was defined as the area with low level of tsunami risk. The existence of river and other water canals in coastal area was also analyzed for generating tsunami risk map. Risk map highlights the coastal areas with a strong need for tsunami mitigation plan.