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Tadenoha Description

Tadenoha is a hidden gem located in the vibrant neighborhood of Aoyama in Tokyo. As you step through the black doors, you are immediately transported to a traditional Japanese space, with a magnificent 'irori' (sunken hearth) taking center stage. The warm and inviting atmosphere is enhanced by the gentle crackling of the charcoal fire, creating a cozy ambiance that makes you forget you are in the heart of the city.

What sets Tadenoha apart is their commitment to showcasing the natural flavors of seasonal ingredients. The skilled chefs here use the charcoal grill to meticulously cook each dish, ensuring that the flavors are brought to their fullest potential. From perfectly grilled ayu (sweetfish) to succulent game meats, every bite is a celebration of the bounties of nature. The dishes are not only delicious but also beautifully presented, reflecting the attention to detail that goes into every aspect of the dining experience.

One of the highlights of Tadenoha is their omakase course, priced at 25,000 yen (excluding service charge). This course allows the chefs to showcase their creativity and expertise, as they curate a menu based on the freshest ingredients available that day. Please note that the menu may vary depending on the daily supplies, ensuring that each visit to Tadenoha is a unique and exciting culinary adventure.

Whether you are a connoisseur of Japanese cuisine or simply looking for a memorable dining experience, Tadenoha is a must-visit destination. Immerse yourself in the flavors of the season and let the skilled chefs at Tadenoha take you on a gastronomic journey like no other.

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Tadenoha Overview


2f Diane Crest Building, 3-chōme-2-3 Minamiaoyama, Minato City, Tokyo 107-0062


+81 (0) 3-6884-0612


4 minute walk from Gaienmae Station.
8 minute walk from Omotesando Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 6:00PM-12:00AM
Mon: 6:00PM-12:00AM
Tue: 6:00PM-12:00AM
Wed: 6:00PM-12:00AM
Thur: 6:00PM-12:00AM
Fri: 6:00PM-12:00AM
Sat: 6:00PM-12:00AM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

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Tadenoha Reviews

Tadenoha Google Average Rating



Tadenoha is such a one of a kind place, and you can’t find anything similar. First of all, I appreciate the chef for making reservation easy and fair for foreigners. We booked him through Omakase and there was a small surcharge. We found other restaurants require either phone reservation or use Tableall which have very expensive surcharge so it was nice the chef gave fair chance for foreigners to easily book the reservation. The reservation gets sold out in less than few min so be sure to book it when the schedule first is released.

Now for the food, there were so many different courses made out of vegetable and meat we never would have got to try and the chef is not frugal with the portion. We had 12 courses today starting with unknown edible wild plants to turtle, bear, duck, trout and wild boar. My fav was trout like fish and the fish had very sweet taste. I would highly recommend this restaurant to any food lovers.


This type of Japanese cuisine is very hard to find even in Japan. Usually in rural areas where they have a fire pit in the middle where someone cooks up skewered seasonal goods straight from the fire.

Highly recommend it if you are bored from other Japanese cuisines and want to try something new.

The course is almost always omakase with wild game meat, river fish and mountain vegetables as ingredients. Ingredients change by season. I went during spring summer so we had wild duck and boar as meat, all sorts of wild mountain vegetables as well as softshell turtle (basically tastes like chicken).

The course costed 11000 yen which really was worth every single bit. I will definitely come again around October as that is the season of mushrooms where we will get to try wild mushrooms like matsutake and maitake etc...

Service was great and only one chef serves all diners in this 14 seater restaurant. So book ahead if you want to come.


Yummy! An open fire right in front of us with only 12 seats. All the fish dishes were good, the meat was on the ‘rarer’ side for me ( and I’m okay with medium rare ) - so perhaps ask them to cook the meat longer if you like yours well done.

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