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Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Average cost
Lunch: ¥40,000 - ¥49,999
Dinner: ¥50,000 - ¥59,999
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Pescetarian
Experience the deep tradition, art, and delicacy of Kyoto cuisine.

Restaurant Details

One of the jewels in Tokyo’s culinary crown, this Kyoto-style restaurant offers traditional Japanese cuisine prepared with the ultimate care. The head chef and owner, Mr. Yueda Ueda, trained for 13 years at the famous restaurant Kyoaji under the guidance of late legendary chef Kenichiro Nishi — famed as the greatest expert on Kyoto cuisine in the capital. Ueda now carries the torch of his old master’s legacy, serving exquisitely prepared traditional dishes using only the finest seasonal ingredients. The set course menu varies according to the season, and features around 20 small dishes. Expect fresh fish, seasonal vegetables, rich broths, crisp tempura, flavorful rice cakes and fresh noodles; painting a broad picture of the depth and richness of Kyoto’s historic culinary traditions. High demand and a lofty reputation mean that bookings should be prepared well in advance, or made through the referral of a regular customer (for those lucky enough to know one!).
Reservations not available.

Iyuki Phone Number

03-5550-2022

Iyuki Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Tuesday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Wednesday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Thursday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Friday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Saturday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM

Iyuki Address

Sanlit Ginza Building 1F, 5-14-15 Ginza, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

Restaurant location

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