A hideaway from the city's hustle and bustle to immerse yourself in a relaxing dining experience.
The best selection of Japanese sake in the Shinjuku area! All sake is scrupulously sourced from Hokuriku (Toyama, Ishikawa and Fukui prefectures) and Niigata prefecture.
Embrace luxurious moments at an old Japanese house-style restaurant.
“Tamacho Honten,” the restaurant specializing in Udon Noodles Stewed with Miso
Tosa’s Hot Pot Dish Festival! Tosa wagyu (Japanese beef) shabu-shabu; a hot pot dish of kue, the king of hot pot dishes; and Japan’s traditional food culture represented by a hot pot dish of whale.
A restaurant which serves fresh vegetables and bonito directly from Kochi, a place noted for the biggest morning haul of bonito in Japan!
Taste Tosa’s local dishes in a relaxing Japanese private room. Try kue, the so-called “phantom fish.” ( winter only.)
Limited to the Ginza Store, savor Tosa's specialty “Sawachi dishes.”
Do you feel like tasting traditional Japanese dishes in a foot-loose and fancy-free way?