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This elegant, one-Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant is located in quiet residence area. The owner was trained in a cha-kaiseki (the meal served with tea ceremonies) restaurant. The dishes served, such as sakizuke and kobachi, represent the flow of cha-kaiseki. The chef is passionate about seasonal ingredients, and his conger in summer and matsutake mushroom in autumn are especially noted. The serving dishes are worth checking out on their own: the restaurant uses prestigious Kutaniyaki pottery made by Seika Suda, who studied with Kitaoji Rosanjin, as well as Kiyomizuyaki pottery. Reserve a counter seat for an even more memorable experience: the chef will explain the food as he prepares it.


Kanai bldg. 1F 13 Wakamiya-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Transport Iidabashi Station (JR Lines : west exit) (Tozai・Namboku・Yurakucho Lines : Exit B3)

Telephone 03 3235 3332

Open lunch 12:00 - 14:30 / dinner 18:00 - 22:00 / closed Sundays, Holidays

Admission Average ¥20,000 - ¥29,999 for dinner / ¥10,000 - ¥14,999 for lunch


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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