A place with over 100 years of history. The Nihonbashi Ningyocho area is a place where there are remembrance of the Edo period. Genyadana Hamayada once a house where Geisha lived in the Meiji Period (1868-1912). After the war the restaurant was rebuilt, the building itself is rare in Tokyo that incorporates the Sukiya-zukuri style (Architectural style based on the style of a Japanese tea ceremony building). The Sukiya-zukuri style finds beauty in simple modeling. You will find the room to be cozy with the scent of the wood and tatami that envelopes the room.
This restaurant got Michelin 3 stars on 2007, and it was first 3 stars for Japanese Kaiseki restaurant. Inside the restaurant there are hanging scrolls and flower arrangements that depicts the seasons. Outside you can enjoy the view of the Japanese garden which changes from season to season. And in the room everything is prepared to welcome you.
WHAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE
*Closed on Sundays and on National Holidays
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