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Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Average cost
Lunch: ¥50,000 - ¥59,999
Dinner: ¥50,000 - ¥59,999
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Pescetarian
Kimoto offers quality traditional kaiseki in an ultra-stylish setting.

Restaurant Details

The stylish neighborhood of Kagurazaka has garnered a reputation as a gourmet hotspot over the past few years, owing to its high number of excellent French and Japanese restaurants. It’s no wonder that one of Kobe’s top culinary heavyweights chose this place as his home after relocating to the capital. Taiga Kimoto was one of the great success stories of the Kobe culinary scene, drawing the eye of the gourmet elite by achieving two Michelin stars just one year after opening his own restaurant. Although the relocation means that the restaurant had to forfeit these stars, the chef still maintains the same levels of greatness. His kaiseki, traditional Japanese banquet-style fare, is prepared to the highest standards using ingredients sourced through his personal supply connections, developed over many years in the industry. After walking up the atmospheric pathway and buzzing the intercom, you will enter a premises with a gorgeously modern, yet warm design, matched by the warmth of the chef himself. Set courses typically feature seasonal ingredients alongside high-grade meat and fish, prepared to uncompromisingly high standards.
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Kimoto Phone Number

078-392-2560

Kimoto Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
06:30 PM
12:00 AM
Wednesday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
06:30 PM
12:00 AM
Thursday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
06:30 PM
12:00 AM
Friday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
06:30 PM
12:00 AM
Saturday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
06:30 PM
12:00 AM

Kimoto Address

5-5 Higashigokencho, Shinjuku City, Tokyo, 162-0813, Japan

Restaurant location

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