World-renowned Japanese restaurant in Tokyo, listed as Michelin 3 Stars
A sister restaurant of the three Michelin starred Ishikawa, Kohaku is managed by the youngest 3 starred chef Mr. Koizumi and is also a restaurant that continues to earn three Michelin stars.
Mr.Koizumi Koji, who also represents Tokyo’s Japanese cuisine scene quotes that “Water” is something that he holds valuable. “Because Japan is blessed with its abundance, water should be considered a delicate thing especially inside the kitchen. In Japanese cuisine, water plays a major role in preparing soup dishes. Soup stock is considered as the basic foundation of all Japanese cuisine.” Says Mr. Koizumi. Also, above all this is to please the customers through cooking dishes.
Despite being sister restaurants, both Kohaku and Ishikawa differentiate themselves from having their own flavor and personality thus creating an element of surprise for its guests.“A dish that you have tasted but with a twist.” Kohaku wants to expand the possibilities of Japanese Cuisine by using unique and uncommon ingredients not seen before in Japanese dishes; such as caviar, foie gras and truffles.
Japanese cuisine, which is often misunderstood for strictly adhering to tradition, and something that has been thought of as only being inherited from the past and passed down, is also actually developing throughout time as new ingredients and seasonings are used.
|Address||3 Chome-4 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 162-0825, Japan|
|Business hours||Starts from 5:30 p.m. and closes at 12:00 p.m. midnight|
|Directions||・3 minute walk from Iidabashi Station, Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line and Namboku Line
・4 minute walk from West Exit of Iidabashi Station, JR Chuo Line (Local Train)
・6 minutes walk from Ushigome-Kagurazaka Station, Toei Subway Oedo Line
|Price||Omakase ￥27,000 Course (￥32,670)
※()Prices in the parentheses includes consumption tax and seating charge. An additional 10% service charge is required when making a reservation.
|Service Charge||10% service charge required|
3 Tables good for 4 persons per table
1 Table good for 6 persons per table
|Children||Children over 12 years old and able to eat a course|
|Dresscode||No particular dress code enforced. However we ask that no casual wear be worn (shorts, t-shirts, sandals, etc. ).|
|Payment method||Please fill out the reservation form on this site.
※Payment for reserved courses with a credit card is requird.
※Any additional orders that you make for food or drink at the restaurant are to be paid for at the restaurant after your meal.
3 Chome-4 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 162-0825, Japan
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