Updated: December 20, 2018
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Sasanoyuki: Intricate Tofu Cuisine You Must Try In Tokyo!


Want to discover Japan's vegetarian and tofu cuisine? Then you have got to visit Sasanoyuki in Tokyo! The tofu maker is legendary for its sublime tofu-based cuisine.

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With a history of over three centuries, Sasanoyuki is one of the most acclaimed restaurants in all of Tokyo for tofu cuisine.
Having a course meal at Sasakino will introduce you to many kinds of Japanese tofu and various ways they are used in traditional cuisine. Sasakino makes its tofu in-house from the best ingredients available. You'll be amazed at how tasty and different the many small dishes can be!
The inside has a simple traditional design. There are some private rooms that you can reserve if you are going in a group of at least three people.

The restaurant is located at a 3-minute walk from the Uguisudani Station.

Courses in private rooms (reservation necessary)

If you reserve a private room (for a group of at least 3 people), you can order one of three courses that range in price from ¥5,600 to ¥7,800.

The restaurant is a kaiseki cuisine restaurant. Kaiseki is a type of Japanese cuisine that is defined by the intricacy and beauty of its dishes. You'll be amazed by the many small and beautiful dishes that they serve you!

Regular courses (reservation optional)

The regular courses are available without reservations if you sit at shared tables. They range in price from ¥2,400 to ¥3,900 and contain fewer items than the private room courses.
Every course not only includes tofu, but also some seasonal vegetables that are combined with the tofu to make dishes that are colourful and harmonious in appearance and taste.
The tofu is cooked in many different ways and served with simple condiments. These are deep-fried cubes of tofu served with grated ginger and daikon. The philosophy of this cuisine is to keep the combination simple so that the natural tastes of each ingredient can be distinguished and appreciated to its fullest.
Every course also includes a dessert that is tofu-based.

You'll be amazed by all the delicious things you can do from tofu. Sasanoyuki is definitely worth the go, whether you like tofu or haven't been convinced yet!
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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