3 minutes from Akasaka station, exit 2, 4 minutes walk from Akasaka-mitsuke and Tameike-sanno station.
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- Party Menu
- All You Can Drink Plan
- Kids Menu
Concept :Asada serves Kaga-style Japanese cuisine from the Kanazawa region that is based on nearly 150 years of tradition. Asada has five locations: Akasaka, Aoyama, Nihonbashi and Otamchi in Tokyo, also in Nagoya. The owners of Asada are so devoted to their goal of providing nothing but the finest cuisine available that only the best seasonal ingredients are used in preparation of each dish, with the chef insisting on using only water, seafood, vegetables and buckwheat flour that has come from Kanazawa.
Key Points :Peerless hospitality is provided to ensure guests leave feeling as if they have experienced something that is out of this world. Akasaka Asada has 14 private rooms including Japanese tatami style, sunken kotatsu seating and table seating for two to 80 people. Aoyama Asada has 8 private rooms that can seat two to 40 people. Counter seats are also available. A geisha service can be arranged upon request. Otemachi branch has 4 private rooms.
Recommended Dishes :Worth special mention, through, are the lunch Kaiseki set course (Akasaka: ¥8,800-¥13,200, Aoyama: ¥7,700-¥17,600. Otemachi: ¥8,800-¥16,500) and Kaga Kaiseki course (Akasaka: ¥17,600-¥41,800, Aoyama: ¥13,200-¥33,000, Otemachi: ¥14,300-¥33,000).
- 3-6-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
- 3 minutes from Akasaka station, exit 2, 4 minutes walk from Akasaka-mitsuke and Tameike-sanno station.
- 03-3585-6606(please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Mon - Fri: Lunch: 11:30am-2:30pm(LO 2pm), Dinner: 5:30pm-10:30pm(LO 10pm) Sat, Sun & Hols: Open only for reservation.
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