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Kagurazaka Shimizu

03-5261-2002

cuisine

  • Japanese
  • Kaiseki

area

  • Tokyo
  • Kagurazaka・Iidabashi・Suidobashi

Access

3 minutes from Kagurazaka station, exit 1. 4 minutes from Iidabashi station (JR Sobu line – west exist / Tokyo metro Yurakucho line exit B3). 4 minutes from Ushigome Kagurazaka, exit A3.

Price

  • ¥4,000-¥5,000
  • ¥10,000-¥15,000

Good For

  • business
  • family
  • friends
  • couple
  • group
  • big group
  • Private Room
  • Non-Smoking Seats
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Online Booking
  • Birthday Privilege
  • Kids Menu
  • English Menu
  • Take-out

Concept :

In a renovated old geisha house, Kagurazaka Shimizu introduces guests to the charm of the Taisho Era and transports them to this romantic time thanks to its unique atmosphere. The décor, consisting of paintings, stained glass and studied lighting, pairs perfectly with the dishes that make full use of seasonal ingredients to tell a different story every time.

Key Points :

After studying in multiple restaurants, including Michelin-starred venues, the chief Takuya Shimizu, decided to open his own restaurant in 2017 in the heart of Kagurazaka. Every morning, he goes to the market to carefully choose the ingredients he will use on the same day. Thanks to this routine, Kagurazaka Shimizu offers an ever-changing menu that completely renews itself every month and puts a strong emphasis on seasonal taste by making sure to deliver each ingredient at their seasonal best.

Recommended Dishes :

Among the variety of dishes that can be enjoyed at the restaurant, guests can find a unique tamaji mushi (egg pudding), which expresses the transition of the passing seasons thanks to its light taste. For January, Black beans from Tamba in the Hyogo prefecture, Hokkaido’s sardines, Iwate’s duck, Ibaraki’s Hitachi beef as well as Shogoin turnip and shrimp-shaped taro from Kyoto awaits you in the newest courses of the restaurant. Those new additions are served alongside Kagurazaka Shimizu’s classics such and other assortments of exquisite meals. Dinner courses run from ¥6,800 to ¥15,000. Enter the Taisho Era and feel the richness of every season in Japan in a calm hideout at the heart of Kagurazaka, an area once called the city of flowers.
Address:
5-3-7 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo
Access:
3 minutes from Kagurazaka station, exit 1. 4 minutes from Iidabashi station (JR Sobu line – west exist / Tokyo metro Yurakucho line exit B3). 4 minutes from Ushigome Kagurazaka, exit A3.
Telephone:
03-5261-2002(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
Hours:
11am-2:30pm; 5:30pm-11pm (10:30pm LO)
Closed On:
Seating:
34
Website:
https://www.kagurazaka-shimizu.jp/
Credit cards accepted:
  • visa
  • master
  • jcb
  • amex
  • diners

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