Enjoy your dinner in a private room without constraint.
We have various types of private rooms for four people or more. You can even reserve the large hall for banquets. It has a capacity of up to 50 people, something rarely found in Kagurazaka. No need to pay any room charges, either.
Come view “Iwami Kagurazaka Fusumae Orochizu” (an ink painting of a giant snake) in the large hall.
The picture on the fusuma (papered sliding doors) painted by Kagura (Shinto music and dance) painter Takanori Santo is worth seeing. “Nihon Shoki” (the oldest chronicles of Japan) are illustrated by him with powerful touches. Please, do appreciate them while enjoying your dinner.
Our restaurant is close to Bishamonten Zenkokuji, Kagurazaka’s famous temple.
During the New Year’s holiday, Shinjuku's uptown is crowded with people who have come to visit “the Seven Deities of Good Fortune.” Kagurazaka Kurobatei can be reached by going down the alley on the left-hand side of Zenkokuji Temple.