Restaurants, Japanese Akasaka

Mention Kyoto cuisine and one of the first places most people think of is Kikunoi, a renowned and revered temple to kaiseki, which also operates a branch in Tokyo. The bamboo-lined entrance to Akasaka's Kikunoi is an evocative way to start an evening. Yoshihiro Murata is the third-generation owner of the restaurant, and its dedication to tradition is apparent through the delicacy of the food and the perfect service.


Venue name: Kikunoi
Address: 6-3-18 Akasaka, Minato-ku

Opening hours: Lunch Tue-Sat 12noon-1pm, dinner Mon-Sat 5pm-8.30pm / closed Sun, 1st & 3rd Mon of every month
Transport: Akasaka Station (Chiyoda line), exit 6
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