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Ajikaido Gojusantsugi

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Japanese: Shabu Shabu, Sushi

Ajikaido Gojusantsugi Description

Located in Tokyo, Ajikaido Gojusantsugi is a hidden gem for Japanese cuisine enthusiasts. This restaurant offers a unique dining experience with a focus on traditional Japanese flavors. The menu showcases a variety of authentic dishes, including sushi and shabu-shabu, prepared with the freshest ingredients and meticulous attention to detail.

What sets Ajikaido Gojusantsugi apart is not only its exquisite cuisine but also its charming ambiance. The interior decor reflects a blend of modern elegance and Japanese aesthetics, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere for diners. Whether you're looking to savor expertly crafted sushi or indulge in a hot pot experience, this restaurant promises a culinary journey that delights the senses and leaves a lasting impression. Visit Ajikaido Gojusantsugi for a taste of Japan's rich culinary heritage in the heart of Tokyo.

Ajikaido Gojusantsugi Overview


4-chōme−10−30 Takanawa, Minato City, Tokyo 108-8611


+81 (0) 3-5421-1114

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Mon: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-10:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Wheelchair Accessible



Private Dining Room

Sake Selection

Wheelchair Accessible

Ajikaido Gojusantsugi Reviews

Ajikaido Gojusantsugi Google Average Rating



Today we visited Ajikaido Gojusantsugi at Shinagawa Prince Hotel for their Japanese afternoon tea!
An afternoon tea with a spring feeling with attention to detail!
I'll give you a compact introduction to the tea!

A word of review...
The cherry blossom decorations are so cute and spring-inspired!
Relaxing Japanese Afternoon Tea

Access from Shinagawa Station
It is located just a short walk from the west exit of Shinagawa Station.
The restaurant is located on the 38th floor of Shinagawa Prince Hotel.

A wide range of seating is available, from seats for two to tables and tatami rooms.I highly recommend it for its panoramic view of Tokyo.You can enjoy the view of Tokyo Tower, Toranomon Hills, and Roppongi Hills.

The Japanese interior creates a relaxing atmosphere.It is perfect for friends and family, and of course for dates.It is very relaxing.

Today we had the Japanese afternoon tea course.
Each of the three tiers of the stacked dishes was filled with tempura, soba noodles, and other carefully prepared dishes that were very tasty.I was very happy to see cherry blossom-colored soba noodles and cherry blossom-colored ingredients used in some places.

The sweets were also finished in a lovely way.
The chefs have put a lot of effort into the desserts, such as strawberry daifuku and cherry blossom ice cream, and the desserts have a good balance of sweetness and ingredient flavors.

And the drinks were unlimited refills.A variety of authentic beverages are available, from Japanese teas such as hojicha and genmaicha to black teas such as Darjeeling and jasmine.You can spend a relaxing time with a cup of delicious tea in your hand.

You must order this one!Menu】】
The strawberry chocolate zenzai was very delicious.The sweetness was perfectly balanced and looked lovely with a sense of spring.Don't miss the cherry blossom shaped chocolates.It is a wonderful item to both watch and eat.

Among the beverages, I really liked the honey black tea.
It had a mild taste and was so delicious that I had to have several more cups of it.

The course was about 6,500 yen.
The food, desserts and drinks.
The price is very satisfying with so much to offer.

The afternoon tea that makes you feel the spring
Please come and join us!


We went for breakfast which included hotel plan. Waiters and policy are kind and polite with us. Food was superb in appearance as japan food style, taste is okay. Delicious white rice and soy bean soup are freely buffet.


The restaurant serves various styles of Japanese cuisine, and with good quality. It's on 38/F of Shinagawa Prince Hotel, seating by the window side will have a panoramic view of Shinagawa Station and surrounding areas.


The view is spectacular and the food and sake excellent


Good food, service and quite a nice high view for a change.

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