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Cuisine
Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Average cost
Dinner: ¥8,000 - ¥20,000
This intimate Shirokane restaurant calls to mind an exclusive Kyoto-style ryotei transplanted into the heart of Tokyo.
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Restaurant Details

Most first-time visitors to Wami Daisuke likely walk right past it at least once. Located in a residential area of Tokyo’s Shirokane district, the restaurant simply looks like a particularly nice house from the exterior. The only clue that it might be a restaurant is the presence of its name, written unobtrusively on the corner of the white noren curtain draped across its entrance. But few houses in Shirokane can claim to have seen the clientele that Wami Daisuke does on a regular basis. Some of the most powerful people in Japan have ducked beneath that curtain, from actors and idols to high-flying executives and members of parliament. For those in the know, this “house” is one of Minato Ward’s most revered establishments for business and pleasure alike. Chef Daisuke Inoue’s vision for his restaurant was for it to be a “community-rooted establishment”: someplace small and intimate. And it started as just that, with limited counter seating and tatami mat flooring. As demand grew and word of the restaurant spread, Wami Daisuke underwent extensive renovations to incorporate several private rooms, each with its own different ambience. The restaurant’s popularity skyrocketed to the point where it even started a separate branch a few blocks away, featuring exclusively private room seating. But the restaurant has in no way sacrificed that initial sense of familiarity that Chef Inoue strove for when he first started it. Extensive use of natural wood and traditional Kyoto ryotei design cues immediately call to mind classic Japanese hospitality. Having cut his teeth at a Kyoto restaurant before becoming head chef of a local Shirokane-dai restaurant, Chef Inoue’s cuisine echoes said tradition through traditional Kyoto-style cuisine, or “kyo-ryori” as it is known. And customer feedback continues to be of the utmost importance: for instance, his sake menu started out heavily focused on pairings with food. However, after customers suggested widening the range of his sake, he came to realize the importance of letting diners discover their own preferences — leading to the 30-plus varieties that now adorn the restaurant’s shelf.
Dining Courses
Seasonal Fish Course with All-You-Can-Drink
Evening
¥ 12,300
(Tax Incl.)
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This course menu shows off Chef Inoue’s mastery of Kyoto-style cuisine, with plenty of fine seasonal ingredients — particularly fish — at its heart. ※ Please note that the course menu content listed below is only an example, and is subject to change based on seasonal availability. This course comes with an all-you-can-drink plan.
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This course menu shows off Chef Inoue’s mastery of Kyoto-style cuisine, with plenty of fine seasonal ingredients — particularly fish — at its heart. ※ Please note that the course menu content listed below is only an example, and is subject to change based on seasonal availability. This course comes with an all-you-can-drink plan.
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¥ 12,300
(Tax Incl.)
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Seasonal Fish & Meat Course with All-You-Can-Drink
Evening
¥ 14,250
(Tax Incl.)
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This course menu shows off Chef Inoue’s mastery of Kyoto-style cuisine, incorporating several fine seasonal fish and meat dishes. ※ Please note that the course menu content listed below is only an example, and is subject to change based on seasonal availability. This course comes with an all-you-can-drink plan.
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This course menu shows off Chef Inoue’s mastery of Kyoto-style cuisine, incorporating several fine seasonal fish and meat dishes. ※ Please note that the course menu content listed below is only an example, and is subject to change based on seasonal availability. This course comes with an all-you-can-drink plan.
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¥ 14,250
(Tax Incl.)
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Blackthroat Seaperch Course with All-You-Can-Drink
Evening
¥ 19,050
(Tax Incl.)
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This course menu highlights one of Japan’s most delicious fish, the blackthroat seaperch or rosy seabass, known as nodoguro in Japanese. ※ Please note that the course menu content listed below is only an example, and is subject to change based on seasonal availability. This course comes with an all-you-can-drink plan.
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This course menu highlights one of Japan’s most delicious fish, the blackthroat seaperch or rosy seabass, known as nodoguro in Japanese. ※ Please note that the course menu content listed below is only an example, and is subject to change based on seasonal availability. This course comes with an all-you-can-drink plan.
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¥ 19,050
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Wami Daisuke Access Info

Wami Daisuke is located a 5-minute walk from Exit 2 of Shirokanedai Station on the Toei Mita and Tokyo Metro Namboku Lines.

Wami Daisuke Phone Number

03-6408-5055

Wami Daisuke Business Days

Sunday
06:00 PM
11:30 PM
Monday
06:00 PM
11:30 PM
Tuesday
06:00 PM
11:30 PM
Wednesday
06:00 PM
11:30 PM
Thursday
06:00 PM
11:30 PM
Friday
06:00 PM
11:30 PM
Saturday
06:00 PM
11:00 PM

Wami Daisuke Address

2-chome-6-14, Shirokane, Minato City, Tokyo, 108-0072

Wami Daisuke Cancellation Policy

Free cancellation up to 2 days prior
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