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Japanese: Soba

Kanjo Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo, Kanjo is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience. Specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine, this restaurant is known for its exceptional duck dishes and handcrafted soba noodles. Selected as one of the top 100 restaurants in Tokyo, Kanjo takes pride in its attention to detail and commitment to quality.

One of the standout dishes at Kanjo is their signature 'Kamo-yaki,' which features carefully grilled duck that is cooked to perfection. Each piece of duck is prepared with utmost care and served with a side of handcrafted soba noodles, creating a harmonious blend of flavors. The chefs at Kanjo use a special Tamahagane steel plate, created by master swordsmith Yoshihara Yoshindo, to enhance the taste and texture of the duck.

The restaurant itself exudes a cozy and welcoming atmosphere, making it the perfect place to enjoy a memorable meal with loved ones. With its extensive selection of wines from around the world, Kanjo offers the perfect pairing for every dish, elevating the dining experience even further.

If you're looking for a truly authentic Japanese dining experience, Kanjo is the place to be. From their exquisite duck dishes to their handcrafted soba noodles, every bite at Kanjo is a celebration of Japanese culinary traditions. Don't miss the opportunity to indulge in the flavors of Japan at this exceptional restaurant.

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Kanjo Overview


3f Roppongi 144 Building, 4-chōme-12-5 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0032


+81 (0) 80-5122-4125


2 minute walk from Roppongi Station Exit 7 on the Oedo Line and Hibiya Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:30PM-11:30PM
Mon: 5:30PM-11:30PM
Tue: 5:30PM-11:30PM
Wed: 5:30PM-11:30PM
Thur: 5:30PM-11:30PM
Fri: 5:30PM-11:30PM
Sat: 5:30PM-11:30PM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List


Kanjo Reviews

Kanjo Google Average Rating



The ultimate duck tasting menu. Chef Jin Toyoda has an outstanding vision and innovative method of cooking using playful flavour combinations that are all brought together through flawless execution. Every bite was meticulously designed and crafted to perfection.

If you are lucky enough to attend one of seven seats in the intimate chefs counter - congratulations, you are in for a treat! Highly recommend the sake and wine combo pairing as the choices by the sommelier are sublime.

At the next opportunity, we will be sure to seize the chance to dine here again.


Duck and Noods 💯

Kanjo is a restaurant that I learned about in my Instagram (!?!) feed and features a unique combination of duck and soba noodles

Chef Toyoda’s background is from a restaurant family and his innovative dishes feature homages to his grandfather’s sushi mastery, his father’s French cooking and his brother’s soba restaurant

I expected a heavily duck and noodle-centric meal but the artfully paced experience includes surprises like hairy crab chawamushi, generous uni over soba, and mapo tofu (with duck meat) over rice

As the only foreigners in the intimate 7-seat restaurant, we marveled at our fellow Japanese diners extensive wine and alcohol pairings (on a weeknight!) and listened intently about the Japanese steel used to sear all the duck meats that is the highlight of the meal (that meatball and duck breast are sublime!) Chef Toyoda’s English proficiency and friendly demeanor adds to the experience

A one-of-kind meal in a one-of-a-kind city: Tokyo

📷 Kanjo Omakase ¥27500 ~ $183.85 USD / Soba with uni / Hairy crab Chawanmushi / Raw Duck Nigiri / Grilled Half Peak Clam / Conger Eel / Japanese Fish with Chestnut / Ginger Katsu Kombu /
Seared Duck Breast / Duck Heart / Shiitake Mushroom with Duck Fat / Duck Neck / Kiwi Fruit with Soy Milk
Duck Meatball with Apple Banana / Pepper / Fried Potato in Duck Fat / Duck Leg with Black Pepper Sauce
Cold Soba noodle / Soba Potage / Hot Soba / Ma Po Tofu with Duck Meat / Homemade tea ice cream

📍Kanjo (Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo)

Kanjo is reservation only and is indoor dining only


Simply spectacular.

My wife and I secured a reservation (there are only six seats, all at the counter) and visited Kanjo in August '23.

This might have been our single favorite meal we had in Japan. From watching the chef work (the entire operation is a well-oiled machine) to the pacing of the meal, the entire dining experience is impressive.

The highlight, though, is the food. Every dish was beautifully prepared and the flavors are jaw-dropping.

If you're looking for an absolutely incredible and memorable dining experience in Tokyo, you can't do better than Kanjo!

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