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Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Dinner: ¥25,000 - ¥55,000
Kappo Tajima presents traditional Japanese techniques, ingredients, and cuisines in a refreshingly contemporary setting in trendy Daikanyama, Tokyo.
※ Please note that Kappo Tajima is scheduled for renovation for an unspecified period in spring 2024, likely between February to April, and will be closed during that time. Please keep this in mind when attempting to make a reservation during this period. More information will follow when it is available. ——— Inspired by the universal appeal of Japanese cuisine, Chef Tajima opened up shop in the stylish Daikanyama neighborhood of Tokyo, with the aim of appealing to a younger crowd. The fresh, modern space contrasts with his more classic Japanese cuisine — the pottery, sake, and ingredients on display throughout the course epitomize Japan’s traditional cuisine. Rarities like turtle and sansai (mountain vegetables) excite the palate. Eating the same style of luxuriant kaiseki as shogun from hundreds of years ago can easily overwhelm with procedure and etiquette. This is where Chef Tajima shines, relying on his affable nature to put guests at ease. Personal touches for comfort, such as Tajima’s hand-picked Danish chairs, personal collection of serving ware, and imported wines add a sense of intimate dialogue between guest, chef, and space.
Kappo Tajima Access Info
For riders on the Toyosu line, Kappou Tajima is only 3 minutes from Daikanyama station. From JR Ebisu station, the walk will take about 10 minutes.
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Kappo Tajima Address
Vogue Daikanyama 2 1F, 13-4 Daikanyamacho, Shibuya City, Tokyo, 150-0034
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