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Kawada Overview


1-chōme-5-5 Nihonbashiningyōchō, Chuo City, Tokyo 103-0013


+81 (0) 3-6667-0329


3 minute walk from Ningyocho Station.

Operating Hours

Mon: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sun: Closed

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Kawada Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Ningyocho in Tokyo, Kawada is a hidden gem that offers an authentic Japanese dining experience. Specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine, this restaurant has been recognized as one of the top 100 restaurants in Tokyo by the prestigious Tokyo Hyakumeiten.

What sets Kawada apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to preserving the essence of Japanese culinary traditions. The skilled chefs at Kawada use only the finest ingredients to create dishes that are not only visually stunning but also bursting with flavor. From delicate sashimi to perfectly grilled seafood, each dish is a work of art that showcases the mastery of Japanese cooking techniques.

One of the standout menu items at Kawada is their omakase course, a chef's tasting menu that allows diners to experience a variety of seasonal dishes. The omakase course is a true culinary journey, where each course is thoughtfully prepared and beautifully presented. For those who prefer a la carte options, the menu also offers a wide selection of sushi, tempura, and other classic Japanese dishes.

Stepping into Kawada is like entering a traditional Japanese teahouse. The restaurant's elegant decor, with its wooden furnishings and paper lanterns, creates a serene and inviting atmosphere. Whether you're looking for an intimate dinner for two or a place to celebrate a special occasion, Kawada provides a memorable dining experience that will transport you to the heart of Japan.

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Kawada Reviews

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The husband is from Iyuki in Ginza.
Like Kyoami and Iyuki, they serve dishes that require time and effort, but are served in small portions to avoid filling your stomach.
The owner's personality is modest, and he doesn't give the impression of being overbearing, and the shop is very comfortable.
I think it will become a popular store in no time.


Mr. Kawada, who trained at Iyuki for 13 years, opened his own shop about a year ago.

The meals are relatively high in carbohydrates, starting with mochi and rice.
There are about 6 types of rice to finish the meal, which will fill you up.

The cost including food and alcohol is about 37,000 yen per person.
As of the end of January, the next reservation is for April.


Tonight as well, the owner, Jiji Kawada, has an unpretentious, unpretentious, and arrogant cooking style that is reminiscent of Japanese wabi-sabi. However, all the dishes are delicious and soothing to the body and soul. The food served throughout the year is both the face and the backbone of the restaurant, and the seasonal ingredients add a touch of beauty to it, giving you a feel of Japan's four seasons. As more and more customers are taking pictures of their food, chefs are also conscious of this and are cooking more dishes to make them stand out, but I think it's the dishes like Mr. Kawada's that are cooked with solemn passion that touch the heart. It is


Translated from Japanese:

I made a regular visit to "Ningyocho Kawada" in December. It's getting really cold this week, and the scenery is changing to winter. The ingredients were also changed to winter ingredients and provided. Start with Tosa-ni (boiled potato stalks). Not only the body...


Translated from Japanese:

My follower was highly praised, so I decided to go. The operation is performed by three people. As time passed, I realized that they were the general, his wife, and the general's mother. I'm on the far left of the 7-person counter...


Translated from Japanese:

Due to soaring prices, male crabs are hard to find in any store these days. Mr. Kawada does his best every year. * Yoshino-boiled potato stems In mid-November, they turn into sprouts and are said to have the most intense flavor. The time-consuming dishes are cold...

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