20,000 JPY 〜
/ Guest
27,500 JPY 〜
/ Guest
  • Anniversary Services

  • English Speaking Staff

Enjoy the bounty of Kaga cuisine with your five senses at the most historically renowned restaurant in Kanazawa.

Founded in 1752 (2nd year of the Horeki Era), Tsubajin is the most historically renowned restaurant in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture. Here, "flavors of satisfaction" and "customer-oriented approach " are philosophies that have been passed down since the restaurant's establishment. This historical restaurant representing Kanazawa, is also popular amongst guests from overseas.

Prepared in accordance with Kaga Hyakumangoku culture, the Kaga cuisine served here offers an extremely refined style of traditional Japanese Kaiseki dining unique to the area and can be enjoyed with any of the wide selection of handpicked local sakes.

Relax while admiring the mossy garden from a traditional Japanese-style room, enjoy the mixture of modernity and nostalgia in a Taisho Era western-style room or meet up in a white-plaster conference room suitable for business meetings and events. From weddings to engagement parties, to coming-of-age celebrations, this is the perfect place to celebrate the big moments in life.

The fully-equipped private rooms are suitable for a variety of situations, from entertaining guests to dinner parties and to ceremonial occasions. Come and experience with your own five senses the space with a sense of hospitality unchanged for over 260 years.

* The availability of an English version of this page does not guarantee that the restaurant can provide services in English unless otherwise stated. Please be aware that, even if stated, there may still be days when English speaking staff are unavailable.




Kaiseki Course
20,000 JPY / Guest
Kaiseki Course 2
27,500 JPY / Guest
Kaiseki Course 3
38,500 JPY / Guest



Tsubajin [つば甚]

Cuisine Type

Japanese, Kaiseki, Washoku

Opening hours

Lunch: 11:00~14:00 (L.O.13:00) Dinner: 17:00~21:00 (L.O.19:00)


Wednesday, Irregular


5-1-8, Teramachi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa

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Tsubajin [つば甚]