This study aimed to assess the tsunami hazard at the Rakhine coast in Myanmar by tsunami propagation and inundation simulation considering a scenario earthquake along the Arakan Trench. We selected the location of the 8 tide gauge stations as the output points located in the Rakhine coast. Seven are assumed as tide gauge stations and one is an actual tide gauge station operated by the Myanmar government. To calculate the tsunami maximum wave heights and tsunami arrival times at the output points, we performed numerical simulations using TUNAMI-N2. We assumed a scenario earthquake (Mw 8.9) along the Burma subduction zone off the Rakhine coast. We used the 1 arc-minute and 30 arc-seconds GEBCO bathymetry data. The numerical modeling of tsunami propagation is based on a uniform grid system in cartesian coordinates. The numerical modeling of tsunami inundation is based on a nested grid system in spherical coordinates using non-linear theory with four different spatial grid sizes. The maximum tsunami height was around 1.4 m along the Rakhine coast. We performed tsunami inundation modeling around Sittwe City, and found a little tsunami inundation occurred in this area.