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Ise Sueyoshi: An Unforgettable Kaiseki Dining Experience in Tokyo [Info & Reservation]

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For a memorable kaiseki experience, you should stop by Ise Sueyoshi. It is a multi-sensorial experience where the chef is very particular about serving the freshest seasonal ingredients!

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Ise Sueyoshi 伊勢すえよし

Ise Sueyoshi is fun by Chef Tanaka and is located in Nishi-Azabu, which is between Hiroo and Roppongi. Ise Sueyoshi is a Kaiseki, which means a succession of small, beautifully executed dishes. In this case, the ingredients are brought in directly from Ise, Mie Prefecture, where the chef is in direct contact with farmers and fishermen to guarantee absolute freshness.
It is a tiny kaiseki restaurant with only a few seats at the counter and a few tables. The chef will take the time to explain the story behind each dish and where the ingredients are from. The cuisine is simply outstanding!
The chef was trained at "Kikunoi" restaurant in Tokyo after having visited and travelled around the world to open his horizons, all the while honouring his Japanese roots.

Menu

When ordering the course, you can ask for some modifications, for example, a gluten-free course, a vegan/vegetarian or even Halal course. The chef is very welcoming and accomodating.
The courses are around ¥ 16,000 (service & taxes included) and you can also ask for a sake pairing for an extra ¥ 3,564.
Each dish has a backstory which the chef and staff will gladly share with you. The dishes are presented so beautifully that you almost feel bad eating them. One of the particularly enjoyable aspects of this dining experience is seeing the chef prepare the meal right before your eyes. It is a multi-sensorial experience!
You can order sake by the bottle, but many people suggest to go with the sake pairings suggested by the chef. He really chooses the best sakes to complement your dishes.
What better way to end your meal than on a sweet note! Especially if it is an elegant and delicious "wagashi" (Japanese sweet). The picture above is a sweet potato jelly, but there are other seasonal sweets to try too.

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For a memorable kaiseki experience, you should stop by Ise Sueyoshi. It is a multi-sensorial experience where the chef is very particular about serving the freshest seasonal ingredients!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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