Akasaka Kikunoi
赤坂 菊乃井

Tokyo Japanese Cuisine

"A Kyoto of the East" nestled in the hubbub of Tokyo.
A proud 2 Michelin Starred establishment which represents Kyoto and Japanese cuisine located in Tokyo.

“A small stone-paved path, lined by bamboo trees which suddenly appears in the middle of Akasaka’s skyscrapers and Tokyo’s metropolis. Most can hardly believe their eyes when they see the serene traditional Kyo-Sukiya-zukuri architecture building which is a stark contrast to the hustle and bustle of the modern city that surrounds it.

Akasaka Kikunoi continues to deliver the true spirit of Kyoto’s hospitality through its cuisine, plateware and atmosphere within Tokyo. It combines the formality and tradition of Kyoto Kaiseki together with comfort, which can be felt in its relaxing horigotatsu and conventional chair seating. The liveliness of the chefs can be enjoyed at the counter, while a more leisurely time can be spent in the private rooms, and countless refined dishes full of the feel of the seasons can be experienced to the full in both.

Experience the world-class cuisine which represents Kyoto and its traditions at Kikunoi in Tokyo. “

Address 6-13-8 Akasaka, Minatoku, Tokyo
Business hours Lunch: Entry from 12:00 to 12:30【Closes at 14:00】
Dinner: Entry from 17:00 to 19:00【Closes at 22:00】
Closed Sundays and Monday
Directions 5 minute walk from Subway Chiyoda Line Akasaka Station
Price Lunch from ¥ 14,300 (¥ 15,730)
Dinner from ¥ 33,000 (¥ 37,950)
Service Charge 15%
Seating Counter seats
Horigotatsu-style Counter seats
Semi-Private Room setas
Table seats
Ozashiki-style Private Room Seats (2F)

※ We will do our best to accommodate requests regarding styles of seating, however the exact type of seating cannot be guaranteed.
※ Ozashiki-style Private Room Seats are available from orders above the¥22,000 course
Smoking Prohibited
Children Children under the age of 12 years old are required to use the private room.
Wi-Fi None
Language None
Parking None
Dresscode Smart Casual required.
Short pants, sandals and sportswear is not allowed.
Socks are required.
※ Wearing of strong perfume and cologne is not allowed.
Payment method 【Advance payment for online reservation】
PayPal or Credit Card

【Payment for additional orders at the restaurant】
Cash or Credit Card
Cancellation Policy ※ Cancellations made up to 15:00 JST of 3 days before the reservation date are eligible to receive a full refund.
※ Cancellations made after 15:00 JST of 3 days, or within 2 days before, 1 day before, or on the day of the reservation date are not eligible to receive any refund.
※ All changes to the reservation are required to be made at least 3 days before the reservation date.
※ Requests to change or cancel a reservation made after the specified days above will not be eligible for any refund and requests to change the reservation to an alternative date/time will not be accommodated.
※ Reservations will be cancelled and entry will be denied if more than 15 minutes late and no refund will be provided.

6-13-8 Akasaka, Minatoku, Tokyo

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