Info :

⚫︎We will be closed from 07APR (Sun) to 22APR (Mon).

We will restart from 23APR (Tue). Please excuse us for your inconvenience.  

⚫︎We are now offering an À LA CARTE menu!

This new formula will allow us to be more flexible, both with our customers and with all the farmers and food producers we have established relationship with. 

Most of the organic farms in Japan are small scale. They are often managed by a family or even by a single person. Same thing for local fishermen and non industrial animal husbandry. Working that way will make it easier to adapt to the variability of their production and offer the best of Japanese produce. 

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday (Sunday&Monday closed),  17:30 ~ 23:30 (22:00 L.O.)



3-17-4 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
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tel: 03-6876-6349

Open hours

Tuesday to Saturday 17:00—23:30
(restaurant reservations 18:30~20:00)


TableCheck or call us

tel for reservation: 050-3184-0529


Fukudome Small Farm salami  800
Au Bon Vieux Temps pâté (pork / venison)  750
Shibuya Cheese Stand ricotta with tomatoes and olio nuovo  800
                      Harb jam with toasted bread 700
Yoshida Bakery bread  550
Hokkaido scallops and daikon ceviche with cucumber  1800
Food Hub treviso with Japanese citrus and umeboshi  1600
Pickled red beet and beet leave tempura with Kitamura san wasabi  1700
Grilled Yellowtail with red pepper and endive salad 1700
Onoderasan venison with fresh pasta and Green garlic 2100
Miyajima flowering greens with anchovy sauce 1200
Fried Kitaakari potatoes with aioli  800
Roasted root vegetables with Hamasaka Fukinoto  1300
Kukuri no Mori Farm carrots with seaweed  1200
Grilled Fukudome Small Farm pork loin with rosemary and negi sauce 2400
Braised Ibaraki duck leg with buntan citrus chutney  2300
Goto island Spanish mackerel with lemon and parsley sauce 2000
Hokkaido cheese plate 1500
Tagayasu Farm egg crème caramel 750
Fried sweet potato with native honey and blood orange ice cream 850
*All our produce are sourced from nature friendly and animal loving Japanese small producers

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