Kagurazaka Ishikawa

神楽坂 石かわ

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The old school Kagurazaka Ishikawa is a striking contrast to Tokyo’s ultra-urban atmosphere. Rooted in tradition, the restaurant observes the Shinto religious practice of purifying the path to its doors every day. Take a seat at the counter and watch chef Hideki Ishikawa concoct a simple yet innovative kaiseki, which marries seasonal bases and the master’s wild imagination! To top it all off, their dishes are served on delicate bespoke ceramics and Chinese antiques for a touch of elegance.

Kaiseki · Three Michelin Stars 2017 · Three Michelin Stars 2018 · Minimalist Spaces · Local Experience · Ultimate Tourist · Reservations Needed · Little Luxury · Farm-to-Table · Local Treasure · Quintessential · Traditional · Date Night · Hectic Haunts · Attention to Detail · Big Awards · Attentive Staff · For Two · Small Groups · Solo · Splurge

Open today: 17:30-24:00

Takamura Building, 5-37 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

+81 3 5225 0173
English Menu Available, Indoors, Air conditioning

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