Kagurazaka Stagione


Restaurants & Cafés


The traditional Japanese garden at the entrance is a red herring: take the lift to the fifth floor, and suddenly you're in a chic, modern Italian restaurant. You wouldn't usually expect to find bargains in Kagurazaka, and you certainly won't find any here. Kagurazaka Stagione serves very respectable Italian cuisine, including well prepared Napolitan pizzas, but you're paying as much for the setting as the food. The terrace seats are the most coveted, and you may have to reserve well in advance if you want to snag one.


5F, 3-1 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Transport Iidabashi Station (Sobu, Namboku, Tozai, Yurakucho, Oedo lines)

Telephone 03 6457 5330

Open Lunch, 11.30am-3pm (Mon-Fri); 12 noon-4pm (Sat-Sun and nat. hols). Dinner, 5.30pm-12 midnight (Mon-Fri); 5-11pm (Sat-Sun and nat. hols)


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

Restaurants & Cafés near Kagurazaka Stagione


Tenkou, located in Kagurazaka, is a luxury tempura restaurant where dinner courses start from ...


Award-winning Minami-no-shima pork from Miyazaki Prefecture is the attraction at this tonkatsu ...

Times Cafe

Attention, efficient people: this new café and co-working space, found just a few minutes' walk ...

Kagurazaka Imai-ya Honten

Already considered the king of the Tokyo yakitori scene, Imai recently expanded to Iidabashi ...


Size isn’t everything. This Kagurazaka oden restaurant may seat just 16 customers (eight at the ...

Manju Cafe Mugimaru 2

Even with sign and other paraphernalia outside, it's hard to believe that this small, time-worn ...


Add your comment

Copyright © 2014 Time Out Tokyo