2 minutes from Yoyogi station, west exit, 5 minutes from Minami-shinjuku station.
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- English Menu
- Open Terrace Seat
Concept :code kurkku is an Italian restaurant in Yoyogi Village, a design collaboration facility containing 10 unique shops and restaurants. Yoyogi Village is a fantastic space, rich in design and leaving those who visit with a strong impression. The featured restaurant in the village is code kurkku, which was conceived by Sasajima, who owns “Il Ghiottone,” the most popular Italian restaurant in Kyoto. Sasajima, inspired by Japanese Kyoto cuisine, creates unique Italian dishes using the freshest seasonal ingredients.
Key Points :Inside code kurkku, diners are welcomed into a spacious urban oasis; 36 comfortable seats surrounded by distinctive plants from all over the world. Dining at code kurkku is an emotional experience, where guests can truly experience the four season in the dishes. code kurkku has a fabulous VIP room that can accommodate four to 20 people with a great view of the village patio.
Recommended Dishes :Lunch courses is from JPY4,000 to JPY5,800, lunch sets menu are available from JPY1,500. The dinner course menu starts at JPY6,000, including a variety of vegetables, antipasto, soup, pasta, roast pork and a seasonal dessert. code kurkku offers guests a truly unique and fantastic dining experience in an unforgettable space.
- Yoyogi Village 1-28-9 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
- 2 minutes from Yoyogi station, west exit, 5 minutes from Minami-shinjuku station.
- 03-6300-5231(please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- : Lunch: 11:30am-3:30pm (LO 2:30pm), Tea time: 2:30pm-4pm, Dinner: 6pm-11pm (LO 10pm)
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