5 minutes from Omotesando station, exit B2
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- English Menu
Concept :Founded in Hamburg, Germany in 1958, Kogetsu moved to Tokyo in 1967. It boasts more than 50 years of history as a cozy traditional Japanese restaurant. Kogetsu means “moon on the lake”. Sato San is second generation head chef and owner. He has been serving wonderfully prepared kaiseki-style dishes since 2012. Located in the back streets of Aoyama, Kogetsu is a hidden gem among the modern chic shops and cafes that the area is known for today. The atmosphere is intimate and quiet, with a touch of Kyoto style. Making it the perfect getaway from the buzz of Omotesando.
Key Points :Quaint and small, Kogetsu has very limited number of seating. With only 6 seats at the counter and 3 to 6 seats at their only single private room, reservations are highly recommended. Kogetsu is an ideal place for couples, small business gatherings, and perfect for small family gatherings (no children under the age of 12). The owner believes in using the freshest seasonal ingredients, so there is always something a little different available. He can also explain about each dish in English, making for a great personal experience while enjoying a meal.
Recommended Dishes :Owner and chef Sato highly recommends the Duck and Steamed Rice, along with many other items from the a la carte menu (Japanese only). There are also 3 dinner sets (small: ¥10,000, omakase: ¥13,000 and special: ¥16,000).
- 5-50-10 Meiji-jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
- 5 minutes from Omotesando station, exit B2
- 03-3407-3033(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- 6pm - 10pm (LO 8pm)
- Closed On:
- Sun and Public Holidays