Enjoy modern-style traditional Japanese cuisine in Roppongi, served in prix fixe style.Please enjoy cuisine that was made focusing on Traditional Edo-Tokyo Vegetable that match with the 24 Solar Terms.
The modern Kappo-style Japanese cuisine restaurant "SUN", as an izakaya and as an upmarket Japanese restaurant, it attracts many gourmands. The name of the restaurant "粲 (San)" has an image of white rice and lavishness of Japanese cooking, with the word “Sun” suggesting a place with bright and positive vibe. The head chef, Mr. Takayuki Moriyama, was trained at a Japanese restaurant in Tokyo and then went to the US in 2008. He worked at New York's Michelin-starred Japanese cuisine restaurant, 'Kyo Ya'. He subsequently spent time at various other well-known restaurants, and in 2015 he was appointed head chef at “Kintsuta Tokyo” in Roppongi and Ginza. In February 2017, Mr. Moriyama opened his own restaurant, "SUN". Unusual for a traditional Japanese restaurant, the menu is in a prix fixe style, so you could choose your own main course and claypot rice. The signature dish is 'Kyushu unagi ume shabu' (Kyushu eel and plum hotpot), featuring Kyushu eel and seasonal ingredients in a pot. As you eat this dish of thinly sliced eel with rich and fragrant broth tinged with the flavor of carefully selected plums, you will feel the taste of fatty eel and elegant plum spread in your mouth, creating a delicate harmony of Japanese flavors. The claypot rice is made with Koshihikari rice from Uonuma. It is a combination of seafood and vegetables, with Ukokkei (Silkie) chicken's egg. You will feel a rush of excitement before you remove the lid.
The “Chef’s Choice” course uses seasonal ingredients according to the 24 Solar Terms. The “Kasugyu” is a dish not to be missed, it is Japanese black wagyu that is marinated in sake lees for 7 days and 18 days.
Mr. Moriyama is also a qualified Master of Sake, and the restaurant serves six types of sake he has himself overseen at the brewery, such as Yamanashi Shichiken, Tokyo Sawanoi, Fukuoka Komagura, and Tanaka 65. The sake varieties change according to the season.
The theme of the interior décor is wood and stone, with a contemporary and relaxing feeling. There are eight counter seats for everyday dining and four private rooms (three rooms that seats four people; one room that seats two people). The restaurant is an oasis of the calm in the city, a place where you can relax and forget about any anxieties and concerns.
* 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.
A 1-minute walk from Roppongi Station (Exit 6), Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
A 3-minute walk from Roppongi Station (Exit 7), Toei Oedo Line