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Japanese: Kaiseki


Yamazaki Description

Located in Tokyo's Kyobashi district, Yamazaki is a Japanese restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine. With a reputation for excellence, this restaurant offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area.

Yamazaki's menu features a wide variety of authentic Japanese dishes, prepared with the utmost care and attention to detail. From sashimi and sushi to tempura and grilled meats, each dish is expertly crafted to showcase the flavors and textures of the finest ingredients. The restaurant's skilled chefs combine traditional techniques with modern culinary innovations, resulting in dishes that are both visually stunning and incredibly delicious.

The restaurant's interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for guests. The traditional Japanese decor, with its elegant wooden furnishings and soft lighting, adds to the overall dining experience. Whether you're looking for an intimate dinner for two or a larger gathering with friends or colleagues, Yamazaki provides the perfect setting for any occasion.

If you're in Tokyo and craving authentic Japanese cuisine, Yamazaki is the place to go. With its exceptional menu, skilled chefs, and inviting atmosphere, this restaurant offers a dining experience that is truly unforgettable.

Yamazaki Overview


2-chōme-6-7 Kyōbashi, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0031


+81 (0) 76-423-2320


2 minute walk from Takaracho Station on the Toei Asakusa Line.
2 minute walk from Kyobashi Station on the Ginza Line.
9 minute walk from Tokyo Station Yaesu Exit.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 5:00PM-7:00PM, 8:30PM-10:30PM
Tue: 5:00PM-7:00PM, 8:30PM-10:30PM
Wed: 5:00PM-7:00PM, 8:30PM-10:30PM
Thur: 5:00PM-7:00PM, 8:30PM-10:30PM
Fri: 5:00PM-7:00PM, 8:30PM-10:30PM
Sat: Closed

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List


Private Dining Room

Sake Selection

Yamazaki Reviews

Yamazaki Google Average Rating



Great service with attitude - owner chef was entertaining me with interesting topics (good point about visiting high-end restaurant solo ;- ) carefully selected local ingredients are nicely executed, but not beyond expectations if you are experienced Japanese cuisine diner, however few dishes left me strong impression - 1: lightly smoked Sweet fish - the whole presentation (smoking with bamboo leaves in traditional fish carriage - see my picture) outside crispy, inside fluffy with its own oil and keeps it moist showing high technique and we'll executed. 2: white meat fish with fish stock jelly - plum source with wasabi. Jelly (umami) x sour x wasabi combination was quite complex flavor on meaty white fish was good thought about texture too. 3: Hida beef shabu shabu the fat is elegant - not greasy and very moist /soft meat - not common seen meat dish with Kaiseki style but it was not ruining the course and good attachment as aain dish 4: cray pot rice with Long hour boiled and one night aged eel fish - super loved this dish. Yes- everybody loves eel fish but this one was quite unique. It still keeps eel fish meaty flavor with it texture - not too soft nor too hard - right hardness to match with rice, rice absorbed fish broth was very aromatic and the burned crispy side was adding playful texture. Was super nice


During Golden Week, I was only able to make reservations for lunch. I ordered the best full course. It was as expected. All items were delicious! The performance was also good. They made various dishes in front of me. My 19-year-old son roasted bamboo shoots, peeled them, arranged them, and brought them to the table. When I ate it, it was so delicious! When I heard that parents and children were working hard together, it made me feel even better. A wonderful atmosphere, a delicate flavor, and a casual, rustic feel with a sense of elegance.
The hospitality was great 👍


I used to suffer from reflux esophagitis for almost a month.
Mr. Yamazaki, who invited me to the dinner party.

I politely declined, as I had no appetite and had lost 5 kg.
I received a kind response, saying, ``If you can't eat it, you'll be left with it.''
I asked him casually.

I was thinking of getting a few items, but...
Once you realize how natural and delicious it is, you can eat it all. . .
I will never forget that mysterious experience.

This is a famous restaurant in Toyama City that helped me recover.

The general is friendly and doesn't care about Michelin ratings.
However, he is a craftsman who is devoted to researching Japanese cuisine.
I could tell that you love Japanese cuisine.

It's easy to make a reservation if it's a weekday.
Good luck everyone!

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