KYOUETSU / 恭悦
Nihonbashi Kyoei Building 1F ,15-17 Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi Koibu-cho,Tokyo
A historic town, famous for its large lanterns dedicated to Sensoji Temple, which is otherwise known as Kobuna-cho in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. Since this restaurant opened, our Washoku (traditional Japanese food) chefs want to serve up Suppon (soft-shelled turtle) Washoku dishes and Kaiseki, (sophisticated traditional Japanese cuisine brought in courses) which is very high-class cooking, with a more light-hearted atmosphere .
Their carefully made seasonal flavors are offered for sale at a reasonable price so that anyone can enjoy them. They serve up a variety of cooking using selected Japanese ingredients, and the store’s interior, which has a calm Japanese atmosphere, is perfect for dining together with close friends. We also have seasonal limited edition sake and shochu which match the taste of the dishes you choose.