5 mins from Hamamatsucho station, south exit, 3 mins from Daimon station, exit A3 and 4 mins from Shiba koen station, exit A3
- Non-Smoking Seats
- Party Menu
- English Menu
- Birthday Privilege
- Online Booking
- Antiallergic food
Concept :SAKE Scene Masufuku, which garnered attention in the 2018 Gault et Millau restaurant guide, is a restaurant where diners can enjoy fermented French cuisine, flavored with a sauce of sake, sake lees and miso, that pairs perfectly with warm sake. The restaurant serves a variety of rare sake from artisanal breweries across Japan, as well as aged sake.
Key Points :Yukari Yanaba, the restaurant owner and certified as a sake expert, offers guests a wealth of knowledge of sake, providing backgrounds on the restaurant’s sake in both English and Spanish. Even those who have little sake experience knowledge will be comfortable with the detailed information provided. Staff can offer the best sake to suit diners’ tastes and serve up the perfectly warmed sake.
Recommended Dishes :Two courses are available with reservations and seasonal course (¥7,000) is ideal for repeat customers. The soupe de poisson risotto (¥1,700) is extremely popular, as is the shrimp kadaif with sake lees and fermented cream (¥1,100) and the soft-boiled egg with truffles (¥1,000).
- 1F, 2-11-20 Shibadaimon, Minato, Tokyo
- 5 mins from Hamamatsucho station, south exit, 3 mins from Daimon station, exit A3 and 4 mins from Shiba koen station, exit A3
- 03-6450-1559 (please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Mon-Fri 6pm-11:30pm (LO10:30pm), Sat 6pm-10:30pm (LO9:30pm)
- Closed On:
- Sundays & Holidays
- 20 seats
- Credit cards accepted: