Culture Play in Seasonal Japan
At the bottom of stairs leading under the forest
of the historic Fukutoku Shrine,
there is a hidden restaurant and bar
in Tokyo’s Nihonbashi district that excites
the playfulness of adults.
Enjoy the changing seasons
and traditional Japanese culture in style,
with an experience that is healing and often inspiring.
Here, satisfy your insatiable inquiring mind
for cultural art and your sense of beauty
for authentic pieces.
In this space full of treasures of traditional Japan,
feast your sense of taste
on "the 24 seasons and 72 micro-seasons."
And, on the Noh stage,
which can be said to be a symbol of SUIGIAN,
Japanese traditional performing arts are
conducted live day and night.
Why not play with Japanese culture
and seasons at the site of a phantom restaurant "MOMOKAWA" loved
by many literary people and brush artists
in the historic Nihonbashi district of Tokyo?