Updated: October 17, 2019
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Cozy Kaiseki in Central Tokyo at 'Suzunari'


looking for a cozy, local spot to enjoy a fantastic Japanese kaiseki meal that's central yet off the beaten path? If so, head to Yotsuya in Tokyo to a small restaurant called 'Suzunari' to have a delicious and unforgettable meal.

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Why Go?

Suzunari is a cozy, traditional Japanese restaurant with just 7 counter seats and 3 tables. The chef, Akihiko Murata trained for 13 years at the famous restaurant 'Nadaman' before opening his own restaurant where he serves traditional kaiseki courses that are simply delicious. The food takes quite a bit of time to prepare, so orders must be placed at the time of reservation. The wonderfully flavorful and visually impressive dishes use seasonal ingredients and pair wonderfully with the chef's carefully chosen collection of sake. Be sure to come hungry, and prepare to leave full and very happy. This is a true gem of a restaurant.


Courses need to be decided at the time you make the reservation so that the chef can have time to prepare the dishes. There are several courses available, with the most basic starting at around ¥5,000, and the most decadent running ¥20,000. You definitely won't be disappointed with whatever you choose.

Reservations / Access

It's necessary to make a reservation in advance if you plan to dine at Suzunari and it's recommended to do so about a month in advance, if possible.

The restaurant is located a quick 3-minute walk from Yotsuya Sanchome Station, easily accessible from most of the major stations in Tokyo.
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