A well renowned tea kaiseki restaurant flooded with reservations from all over the country. Enjoy the moment as the spirit of tea ceremony of “Ichiza Konryu”, food, wares, and even the interior arrangement of the restaurant come together to create unity.
A French restaurant which combines classical and modern cuisine by Chef Yasuji Sasaki, who used to worked at restaurant Alain Chapel in Kobe.
It is the one-of-a-kind restaurant with unique cuisine and service and has its own winery.
A yakitori restaurant in Fukushima, Osaka, managed by the owner with an unique history, who was trained at a Michelin starred Japanese restaurant and a yakitori restaurant. The charm of the delicate and bold courses won this restaurant a Michelin one-star.
At the heart of Gion in Kyoto, is a teahouse where you would feel like traveling back in time to the Taisho era. Immerse yourself in Kyoto culture and experience the culture of the building, vessels, cuisine and music.
Enjoy the Chinese cuisine that is unique in Kyoto and experience the change of the four seasons in this renovated teahouse from the Taisho era, that is frequently visited by the writer Junichiro Tanizaki.
A hidden retreat in Kyoto where you are able to enjoy a variety of dishes with a diverse range of seasonal seafood. It is popular to pair each dish with sake, since it enhances the individual flavor of the cuisine.
An authentic Japanese cuisine restaurant which preserves the tradition of the long-established Yamatoya, which supported the culture of Osaka's geisha town. Experience the taste of Japanese cuisine through the dishes prepared along the literary calendar and seasonal events.
A Michelin one-star Spanish cuisine restaurant in Kyoto, where you can enjoy unique dishes using carefully selected Japanese ingredients. The feeling of a live performance at the counter seats is also appealing.
A new restaurant with one star from the Michelin Guide and high hopes, brought to you by a former head chef of a well-established restaurant. Experience a deliciousness that courses through the body, created with water and dashi stock.
A Japanese cuisine restaurant with two Michelin stars, run in a hideaway old Japanese-style house in Gion, Kyoto. Here you can feel the flow of a tea ceremony and enjoy cuisine with a delicate flavor, with particular attention paid to the dashi (soup) stock used.