Joy and pleasure in chaya style
A selection of delectable Japanese cuisine is to be enjoyed in a tea garden—treat yourself with the Japanese traditional delights in this ideal setting of authentic chaya-style restaurant.
Served on beautiful tableware, Japanese dishes are delicious both to your eyes and taste buds.
Attention to details
All the ingredients we use are carefully selected, locally sourced organic produce, including the seasoning and spices. Our wholesome courses are all prepared on the premises to make your meal a pure joy.
Ayu fish from Izu Peninsula *Limited servings per day1,850 yen
Seafood donburi, a color palette of early summer1,950 yen
Conger eel on rice1,900 yen
|Ayu fish from Izu Peninsula - char-grilled, cooked with rice, and broth soup *Limited servings per day||
Wild Ayu fish nurtured in the clean streams of the Izu peninsula is slowly grilled over charcoal fire. The rice cooked with Ayu fish offers another tasteful approach to this summer fish.
|Seafood donburi, a color palette of early summer||
A composite dish with sushi rice topped with a selection of fresh seafood from the local port,
served with a fish broth soup.
|Conger eel on rice||
Gently grilled marine conger eel in house-prepared soy sauce on top of a bowl of rice. Miso soup and condiment included.
|Rice extra portion||
|Extra bowl of rice||
|Extra bowl of rice cooked with ayu fish||
*Prices inclusive of VAT
|Opening hour||11:00 - 15:30 (order before 15:00)|
|Closed||Wednesday and Thursday (except National Holidays) and Year-end holidays.|
|Place||The Museum Tea Garden （Floor map）|
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