柿傳

Kakiden

  • Credit Card
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private Room
  • Non-Smoking
  • English Menu
  • Kaiseki (Traditional Multi-Course Meal)
  • Lunch 5,000 JPY Dinner 12,000 JPY
  • 03-3352-5121 (+81-3-3352-5121)
  • Monday - Friday Lunch: 11:00 - 15:00(L.O.14:00) Saturday & Sunday & Holiday Lunch: 11:00 - 16:00(L.O.15:00) Dinner: 17:00 - 22:00(L.O.20:00)
  • Shinjuku(Tokyo)
    JR Shinjuku Station Central East Exit 1-minute walk

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FGraz
Shibuya, Japan

“Excellence in Shinjuku”

5
Reviewed 28/Jul/2017

Shinjuku isn't noted for its fine dining establishments. There are any number of ramen-ya, chain restaurants, and smoke-filled izakaya. However, if you're looking for something a step above all that, I whole-heartily recommend Kakiden, very close to the East Exit of Shinjuku Station. The atmosphere... was splendid (on the 8th floor) and you even feel somewhat transported to a different time. The food is delicious and a journey unto itself. One caveat, dinner can be a bit pricey, but I feel, for a special occasion, it is well worth it.

Visited July 2017

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toseinin
Tokyo, Japan

“The art of traditional Japanese fine dining”

5
Reviewed 26/Mar/2017

Despite being in the heart of Shinjuku noise, Kakiden offers truly authentic Japanese cuisine backed by hundreds of years of Tea Ceremony tradition. Kaiseki was originally not a Japanese full course dinner, but rather a prelude to the cup of tea - the climax of the Tea Ceremony. Everything, includin...g sake, is offered so that the Tea could be enjoyed the most. Trends or fashon has little meaning, but only the best of the best that survived the test of time are offered. Not only the food, but service is also the important element of omotenashi, or hospitality. Perfect for those seeking for the ultimate experience.

Visited September 2016

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Andreas V

“Kaiseki”

4
Reviewed 25/Mar/2016

Very pleasant, well established restaurant on the east side of the Shinjuku Station. Very difficult to find (in our opinion) as it is located on one of the upper floors of the building. Recommend to research the exit of the train station if one is not familiar with the area and on foot. Although, re...grettably, we arrived very late to our dinner reservation (a huge faux pas in Japan) we were nonetheless greeted in a friendly and hospitable manner. The food, we had a Kaiseki style menu (each course represents a season), and particularly the presentation were outstanding.

Visited April 2015

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GraceKawashima
Shinjuku, Japan

“KAKIDEN (柿傳) Traditional Kaiseki on east side of Shinjuku station”

5
Reviewed 06/Jul/2013

This Japanese Restaurant, in descent from a school of tea ceremony (Omote-Senke), is one of my favorite in Shinjuku. Dishes are beutiful, forever-stylish, and delicious. I hope you'll have chance to deepen profound knowledge on spirit of Japanese taste and take pleasure in hospitality of CHANOYU. ...OPEN: 11:00~22:00(L.O.20:00 ※TeaRoom19:30) ADD: 新宿区新宿 3-37-11 安与ビル6~9階(1階あおぞら銀行)      Shinjuku-ku, Shinjuku 3-37-11, Yasuyo-Bldg. TEL: 03-3352-5121 E-mail: mail@kakiden.com http://www.kakiden.com/english/introduction.html

Visited December 2012

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Hours

Monday - Friday Lunch: 11:00 - 15:00(L.O.14:00)
Saturday & Sunday & Holiday Lunch: 11:00 - 16:00(L.O.15:00)
Dinner: 17:00 - 22:00(L.O.20:00)

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Open everyday

Average price

Lunch: 5,000 JPY
Dinner: 12,000 JPY

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  • English menu available

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