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Esaki offers modern Japanese set course menus that change monthly and decent-sized portions of good quality organic food – meaning however much you eat you won’t feel overly weighed down. Although located underground (on the first basement level), the restaurant’s lighting and white interior design make up for the lack of natural light. In addition to top-class cuisine, additionally, the shop also offers a regular cookery workshop, entitled ‘Oryori Tehodoki Kai’.


Hills Aoyama B1F, 3-39-9 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo

Telephone 03 3408 5056

Open Lunch 12noon-2pm, dinner 6-11pm / closed Sun and nat. holidays

Admission Lunch ¥5,250-; dinner ¥8,400-


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

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