Suzutashiki is located in a quiet residential area near Azabujuban Station in Tokyo. It is a Japanese restaurant with a new genre of smoke and bake, called "Takigi Washoku" (Japanese cuisine with firewood), that opened in May 2019.
The restaurant's name was derived from the names of two chefs, Hideto Tashiro and Shogo Suzuno, and was named Suzuta style. After training in Ginza Sakyo Higashiyama, Chef Tashiro worked hard at an Teppan French restaurant in Ginza and a Kappo restaurant in Marunouchi, and became the head chef at Tokyo October in Omotesando in 2013. After working as a chef at GINZA NARASHIBA cuisine from 2018, he became a chef at the opening of Suzutashiki. After training at a sushi restaurant in Kanagawa, Chef Suzuno worked at a Japanese restaurant. In 2013, he entered the Sakanaya Tomichan Roppongi and 2 years later, he moved to Nikusho Horikoshi. And then in 2019, he became a chef in Suzutashiki.
The omakase course is served with"smoked Japanese food," which is considered the best cooking method, made with carefully selected branded beef, vegetables and fish from around the country through a reliable route. The course finishes with claypot rice. The wine selected by the sommelier is mainly French wine such as champagne, white wine, etc., with barrel aroma. Japanese sake is selected to go well with kelp and bonito stock in Japanese cuisine.
Suzutashiki is located in an elegant house that was renovated from a traditional house in a residential area. The interior has a warm design that matches the oven and the wood. The cypress counter is eye-catching. There are only six counter seats. Enjoy a new feeling of "Takigi Washoku" (Japanese cuisine made with firewood) filled with owner Suetomi's thoughts, such as having dinner with family, friends, and fellow meat lovers, dating, and serving guests from overseas.
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A 2-minute walk from Azabujuban Station (Tokyo Metro Namboku Line)