A 12-minute walk from Toritsu-daigaku Station transports guests to Yakumo Saryo, nestled in a tranquil part of residential Meguro.
Entering through the gate of a house bordered by hedges and stone walls, guests are welcomed by a white split curtain imprinted with a coat of arms. This is a Japanese restaurant designed as an escape from the everyday chaos of Tokyo, a balm for the body and mind where guests are encouraged to feel the waves of modernity and the tradition of Japan.
In order to provide an ultimate dining experience to guests, Yakumo Saryo is committed to two ideals: Food that stimulates all five senses, and the culinary art that makes this ambition possible. The cuisine of Yakumo Saryo follows the traditional concept of holistic cookery, which places high value on intrinsic wealth. The restaurant’s ingredients and tableware are carefully selected by combing Japan for producers, intermediate buyers, and craftsmen. In summer, seared pike conger, grilled over charcoal, enjoys immense popularity; meanwhile in winter, deep-fried puffer fish captures the season, as well as the hearts and palates of guests. However, the carefully selected wine, sake, and tea pairings are where the true genius of this restaurant lies, for here it celebrates a unique marriage of food and drink.
The restaurant’s dining spaces are defined by white plastered walls and a blend of modernity and tradition, offering 10 counter seats and 14 garden seats. In addition, a private room seating up to eight people is offered. Dinner is available only for guests introduced to reserve their table to dine, and only four private rooms are open for dinner service. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow warm sunlight to flood dining spaces with natural light while offering beautiful views of the garden, which is particularly splendid during the plum blossom season. Each dish is served on original pieces and Japanese ceramics crafted by artists. Wrapped in the aesthetics of Japan, Yakumo Saryo is the perfect place to enjoy meals with your friends, partner, or companions from abroad in a luxurious, comfortable setting, where guests will forget the passage of time.
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A 15 minute walk from Toritsu Daigaku Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line
A 10 minutes by taxi from Jiyugaoka Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line