I stayed at Intercontinental Tokyo bay and picked this out of convenience. Glad I did. Good choice - one of the better ones I experienced in Tokyo this time.
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Although I am a foreigner, I am a huge fan of Washoku (traditional Japanese style dishes). If I choose one place in Tokyo, I strongly recommend this place. Today, we felt pleasant scent of autumn in Tokyo from every dishes. Very dedicated service and also...More
I made a reservation for a reception and ate a lunch. However, service, dish, all of performances are disappointed. Of course dishes are delicious commonly. However, the restaurant which is disappointing only by there being much number of dishes.
Pricey? Yes!, Worth It? Absolutely! Every dish was more delicious than the last. The staff very efficient and helpful. I couldn't possibly choose a favourite dish, I loved them all. An experience I am really glad I had.
To me, Waketokuyama is the definition of kappo, an elegant experience with the chef guiding you through one of a kind specialties. Don't forget to have the tai meshi, one of the signature dishes.
This modern kaiseki-style restaurant in a beautiful building designed by the great architect Kengo Kuma, with an interior by the firm Super Potato, is worth visiting for the design alone, but the food is exquisite. The chef is one of the most famous in Japan,...More
I have been to this Restaurant twice in the past year. Once for work and once with my wife. Both times the food was superb and extremely creative and unique. As a non-food critic, it is hard to describe; however, you will not be disappointed....More
Amazing place which appeared to be a culinary delight. Definitely one of the highlights of our trip to Japan. I have made a reservation at Waketokuyama two months in advance after finding it in the Wallpaper guide. The seats were at the counter so we...More
I'm an American and my wife is Japanese. I've lived in Tokyo for 17 years. Christmas Eve is a special day in Japan so I picked Waketokuyama to have our Xmas Eve family dinner with my 84 year old mother-in-law. What a special evening we...More