Mokushundo (stone-grilled cuisine)
Nestled behind our gardens, this charming Showa Era restaurant serves unique iron-kettle kaiseki cuisine and stone-grilled kaiseki cuisine grilled on lava stones from Mount Fuji. Old neighboring houses are available as private rooms.
- In the garden
Weekdays 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (last order)
Weekends & holidays 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last order)
5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. (last order 8 p.m.)
Closed days: Mondays (excluding holidays)
Lunch: from 6,000 yen(Weekdays), from 6,900 yen(Weekends and holidays)
Dinner: from 8,700 yen(weekdays), from 9,600 yen(Weekends and holidays)
Note: Prices include consumption tax, but a service charge will be collected separately. There is also a separate fee for private room use.
- Table seats: 52
Private rooms: 5 rooms with 2 to 20 seats each
- Private rooms
Neighboring old houses are available as private rooms where meals can be enjoyed.
Steamed and roasted Japanese beef
Loved at banquets since the Showa Era, this traditional dish features domestic beef loin expertly steamed, roasted and seasoned according to a handwritten recipe handed down for generations. Enjoy the taste of fine domestic beef with horseradish and a special sauce bursting with flavor from over 10 seasonings and ingredients.
Skewered meat, fish and vegetables are lightly fried in a traditional iron kettle using a special blend of camellia and other oils. Fully enjoy delicious seasonal ingredients in Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's original iron-kettle kaiseki course.