Location :
Tokyo Station / Marunouchi / Nihombashi Kappou (Fine Dining at a Counter) Banquet Dinners
Area :

日本橋 ゆかり

Yukari

  • Credit Card
  • Private Room
  • Kappou (Fine Dining at a Counter),Banquet Dinners
  • Lunch 3,500 JPY Dinner 15,000 JPY
  • 03-3271-3436 (+81-3-3271-3436)
  • Monday - Saturday 11:30 - 14:00(L.O.13:30) Monday - Saturday 17:00 - 22:00(L.O.21:30)
  • Tokyo Station (Yaesu)(Tokyo)
    JR Tokyo Station 3-minute walk

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Jill_Chong
Singapore, Singapore

“Real feast for the senses! ”

5
Reviewed 15/Dec/2016

This was one of our favourite meals in Japan. I made a reservation via our hotel earlier and we were warmly welcomed. They have differently priced kaiseki meals which you can select during the reservation. The restaurant is small and cozy, with a warm ambience. Each dish was beautifully presented,... and tasted wonderful. There is one lady who can speak some English, and she kindly tried to explain some of the dishes to us. At the end of the meal, you can also take home the napkin, which has some kanji on it, as a souvenir. It was an excellent meal and I'm glad I chose this restaurant for my husband's birthday dinner.

Visited December 2016

Wandiemoo

“Great food....very enjoyable experience! ”

5
Reviewed 15/Jan/2016

Food was beautifully prepared with great attention to detail and presentation. Simple yet exquisite flavours. The waitress was extremely helpful and provided a lot of information regarding each dish and its ingredients. Quite expensive but definitely worth the money.

Visited January 2016

Randy B
San Jose, California

“Dinner with an Iron Chef champion”

5
Reviewed 30/Apr/2015

I was drawn into this restaurant by its beautifully austere exterior (no signs) and the lovely kimono-glad lady rinsing the front walk in preparation for opening. This was a very lucky break after wandering aimlessly in the Nihonbashi neighborhood near my hotel looking for some place interesting to... dine. The restaurant is as beautiful on the inside as its exterior. I was seated at the counter where I was able to watch Chef Kimio Nonaga (2002 Iron Chef Champion) meticulously prepare most of my nine-course kaiseki meal. Each course was beautiful and delicious and its contents thoroughly explained by the two servers who attended to me. Those lovely ladies took great care of me and sent me off with a souvenir napkin. I enjoyed delicious food, a beautiful and tranquil setting; it was a wonderful 2+ hour dining experience.

Visited March 2015

Jenina d
Tokyo, Japan

“Great value kaiseki in Nihonbashi”

5
Reviewed 07/Apr/2015

I came upon this restaurant upon the recommendation of Ms. Yukari Sakamoto, a Tokyo-based food blogger and sake expert. According to her, it's one of the best places to get a good-value kaiseki meal in Tokyo. Kaiseki, or Japanese traditional fine dining, is a succession of small intricately prepared... dishes that reflect the changing seasons. It usually costs a bundle, by the way. At this restaurant though, they serve a less formal version of kaiseki for lunch in that they serve everything at once on a beautiful tray. We chose the Yukari Gozen set, which you have to reserve beforehand. For the volume and the quality of food we got, it was just 3500 yen. Here is what was included: - Chawan mushi - One small dish each of sashimi, simmered vegetables, grilled meat, vegetable and mushroom tempura - Miso soup - Rice with young bamboo shoots and dried seaweed - Fresh fruit in yogurt Everything was meticulously prepared and was such a visual and culinary treat. My mom and I were so charmed by everything, including the tasteful, relaxing interiors. If you're curious to try kaiseki but find the dinner prices a little daunting, I'd recommend trying Nihonbashi Yukari. I plan to go back in the early summer to see what is on offer! Fun fact: The chef, Nonaga-san, was the champion of Iron Chef in 2002. Try to book a seat at the counter to watch him in action. Unfortunately he wasn't around when we visited - hopefully will have better luck next time!

Visited March 2015

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Sockster
New York City, New York

“Maybe once upon a time...not anymore.”

1
Reviewed 27/Mar/2015

Hard to believe this was once in the Top 50 restaurants in Asia. Food was precooked. Service was rushed, and this place was close to awful. Chef just wanted to leave, and really didn't involve himself in our dinner. Cooked food came out from the kitchen and seemed reheated. Even the sashimi course s...eemed precut. Very expensive and unfortunately the worst meal we had in Tokyo.

Visited March 2015

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Hours

Monday - Saturday 11:30 - 14:00(L.O.13:30)
Monday - Saturday 17:00 - 22:00(L.O.21:30)

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Average price

Lunch: 3,500 JPY
Dinner: 15,000 JPY

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