Updated: January 20, 2020
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Kagurazaka Kado offers a unique traditional dining experience


Kado is a wonderful restaurant serving affordable kappo cuisine in Kagurazaka. Here's a brief introduction of the restaurant and its evening course.

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Kado is a remarkable restaurant with a charming Japanese retro atmosphere in the heart of Kagurazaka.

It's located just a 3-minute walk from Kagurazaka metro station or a 7-minute walk from JR Iidabashi station.
With tatami mats as the flooring and equipped with traditional low tables, this is the perfect place to experience authentic Japanese dining.
The food is basically kappo cuisine, which is a variety of refined small dishes that are beautifully presented and made with seasonal ingredients.

They used to offer reasonably-priced lunch meals but not anymore. Since 2018, they're only open from 4 PM on weekdays and from 2 PM on weekends. The restaurant is closed on Monday.
You should try the seasonal ¥3,000 course. It consists of five or more dishes. For instance, the course for the winter of 2020 has an appetizer, codfish and soft roe, Japanese quail grilled or Japanese mackerel grilled with yuzu lemon, oysters and tofu, and Japanese amberjack. During a kappo course, you will usually get served plenty of fish either grilled or raw.
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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