43,000 JPY 〜
/ Guest
  • Anniversary Services

Elegant and sophisticated Japanese-cuisine restaurant

After training at a Japanese restaurant in Kyoto, Tokyo, the owner opened his own restaurant "Oryori Miyasaka" near the Nezu Museum in Minami-Aoyama, where he has been practicing his craft for six years. In its 7th year, November 2021, it will start as "Miyasaka" in a new location.

Chef Miyasaka prefers to use fresh, seasonal ingredients rather than novel or peculiar foods. Furthermore, he sticks to traditional Japanese cuisine methods to draw out each ingredient's inherent flavor and seasonality. To accomplish this he seeks out the freshest seasonal ingredients that he can find from Toyosu Fish Market, as well as from producers all across Japan. In addition to that, Chef Miyasaka has a special penchant for white rice, the centerpiece of Japanese food culture. At the end of each course meal guests are treated to white rice that has been slowly cooked to perfection in an earthenware pot. And, at ""Oryori Miyasaka"" the chef brings in specially selected unpolished rice from Shiga that is polished on-site each day. The rice itself is cooked to ""Niebana,"" which refers to sweet and flavorful fresh cooked rice that retains a high level of moisture. As soon as the rice is perfectly cooked, it's served up right away so guests can savor and enjoy a full course of white rice and take in each layer of flavor that the rice has to offer. When it comes to drinks, Chef Miyasaka picks out each and every bottle of Japanese sake himself to make sure each drink is perfectly suited to the menu. He typically keeps a modest selection of Japanese sake, each of which are specially picked to complement the food.

When guests come to dine here there are only 6 counter seats and only private rooms that can accommodate up to 4 -6 people. The walls inside are a gorgeous wood-grain surface, and the tableware includes antique items as well as artisan-made modern pottery. These aesthetic touches help further highlight each dish served by Chef Miyasaka. He tells us that, ""I want each guest to be able to acquaint themselves with each dish and fully enjoy their dining experience here at the restaurant."" So with that in mind, Chef Miyasaka firmly holds onto that concept every day so that when customers come into ""Miyasaka"" they are sure to enjoy not only the food but the friendly atmosphere as well.
*The availability of this webpage does not guarantee that the restaurant presented provides services in English unless otherwise stated. Please be aware that English services may also depend on staff availability at the restaurant.

A 10-minute walk from Omotesando Station, Exit A4(Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line)
A 10-minute walk from Omotesando Station, Exit A4(Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line)
【Access to the restaurant】
Around 10-15 minute walk from Omotesando station.
The path is quite dark and since the restaurant located underground which not easy to find, a staff will be waiting for you in front of the entrance.



  • 60's

    Date of Visit: 5/2023
    コロナもあり中々お伺い出来ませんでしたが、ポケットコンシェルジュさんのお陰もあり、念願の宮坂さんに伺うことが出来ました。皆さまの評価に違わぬ、素晴らしいお料理とおもてなし。 ご主人宮坂さんのお人柄を感じる所作、そして料理を主役にしながらもさり気なくご説明やお話しを頂き、お店の落ち着いた雰囲気と共にとても温かい時間を過ごさせて頂きました。 本当に沢山のお料理を頂きましたが、最後の窯焚きご飯まで全て美味しくいただくことが出来ました。 帰りにはご主人に角を曲がるまでお見送り頂き、感激と優しい気持ちで帰宅いたしました。 また、伺いたいと思います。
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: Anniversary



Omakase Course
43,000 JPY / Guest



Miyasaka [宮坂]

Cuisine Type

Japanese, Kaiseki, Washoku

Opening hours

18:00~19:00(Last admission)




5-4-30, Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

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