17,545 JPY 〜
/ Guest
  • English Speaking Staff

Italian cuisine with 15 small dishes, displayed on traditional Japanese wares.

“Hakuro”, a restaurant with no signboard, located along a small street close to the Nishi Azabu crossing. This Italian restaurant, which opened in March 2017, has a “small quantity many dishes” style similar to the Chinese restaurant "Kohou" in Roppongi. In addition, the name of the restaurant is derived from the concept of a fusion of the noble “wolf”, the Italian national animal, and beautiful food like crystal clear “amber”, which also represents the fusion of Japanese and Italian.

Hakuro’s chef is Mitsuru Zenyouji. Inspired by his father, a French chef, to become a chef at a young age, Zenyouji went on to train at various Italian restaurants in the city, as well as at organic and Thai restaurants. “Hakuro” uses various techniques to create a menu that is not confined to Italian cuisine.

The multiple small-dish courses include 15 unique dishes, paired with 7〜8 drinks. The course boasts of ham that is rare in Japan, and seasonal ingredients purchased from Tsukiji. You can also enjoy a “live performance” type experience as 5 types of original pasta of your choice is prepared from scratch in front of you. Containing the food are traditional wares in the styles such as “Arita yaki” and “Kutani yaki” from the Edo period to the Meiji era, allowing you to enjoy the food with your eyes.
Drinks paired with the course are carefully selected by the sommelier and is not limited to wine, but can be a non-alcoholic drink or Japanese tea. Cocktails are an option, and are created on the spot without the use of any ready-made ingredients, but made to match the flavor of the meal. By offering such drinks as Japanese sake and wine, Hakuro strives to offer new drinks every month that can accompany the course meals without being confined to the frame of “Italian cuisine”.

The stylish restaurant with a black wood patterned ceiling contains 15 counter seats along a U-shaped open kitchen. Service is available in English as well.
Please consider Hakuro, a hideaway restaurant in Nishi Azabu, for dates and dinner entertainment.
* 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.

*Available for private dinner events and parties.
For details, please enquire using this form.

■A 7-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Hiroo Station Exit 4
■A 14-minute walk from Roppongi Hills



  • 30's

    Date of Visit: 12/2018
    Amazing food - and Tokyo sets a very high bar, excellent sommelier who spoke English and beautiful setting. Will recommend to all my friends!
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: Date
  • 40's

    Date of Visit: 3/2018
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: Anniversary


【12/20-12/27 Limited】Christmas Course
26,000 JPY / Guest
Multiple small-dish courses, with seasonal ingredients, with a drink for a toast.
17,545 JPY / Guest
Multiple small-dish courses, with seasonal ingredients, with a drink for a toast.
17,545 JPY / Guest



Hakuro [珀狼 (ハクロウ)]

Cuisine Type


Opening hours

18:00~21:00 (L.O.)


No fixed holiday


4-4-9, Nisiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

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