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Enjoying authentic Japanese Culture with essence of 72 beautiful Japanese Seasons SUIGIAN

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?


SUIGIAN Cuisine

Cuisine
Serving the most seasonal dishes in the Noh rhythm of "Jo-Ha-Kyu" is truly entertainment.

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SUIGIAN Drinks

Drink
Enjoy the finest seasonal teas paired with dishes, seasonal cocktails by skilled bartenders, and select sake and wine.

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SUIGIAN Traditional Performing Arts

Traditional Performing Arts
Feasting on Japanese traditional performing arts enjoyed up close, have a luxurious experience unique to SUIGIAN.

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SUIGIAN Tea ceremony

Tea ceremony
Please feel free to contact us regarding use of the tea room for dining or drinks at the bar.

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SUIGIAN Bar/lounge

Bar / Lounge
A hideaway Bar / Lounge situated quietly beneath Fukutoku Shrine in Nihonbashi, Tokyo.
The restaurant MOMOKAWA that once brilliantly colored the night of Edo in this area comes to life again every night as a Bar / Lounge.

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SUIGIAN Heritage

Heritage
Enjoy the world's best interiors and lighting that decorate the Noh stage, tea room, and SUIGIAN, as well as a variety of arts such as dishware, textiles, and Ukiyo-e that inherit the Japanese tradition.

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STORE INTRODUCTION

Access

Address

Fukutoku Garden B1F, 2-5-10 Nihonbashi Muromachi Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-0022

When coming by train

Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line.
Get off at "Mitsukoshi-mae Station," Exit A6.
Walk 1 minute, and arrive at "Coredo Muromachi 2" B1F.

Approx. 10 minute walk from JR "Tokyo Station" Nihombashiguch Exit.

When coming by taxi

Approx. 6 minutes from "Tokyo station."
(Taxi Fare: approx. ¥ 600)

When coming by car

Approx. 6 minutes from Inner Circular Route Exit "Kyobashi."

Open

[ Tuesday-Saturday ]

Lunch 11:30 am-3:00 pm | 
Dinner 6:00 pm-11:00 pm | 
Bar / Lounge 6:00 pm-11:00 pm

Last order:
Lunch 2:00 pm | Dinner Course meal 9:00 pm | 
À La Carte 10:00 pm | Drinks 10:30 pm

[ Sunday and holiday ]

Lunch 11:30 am-3:00 pm | 
Dinner 5:00 pm-9:00 pm

Last order:
Lunch 2:00 pm | Dinner Course 8:00 pm | 
À La Carte 8:00 pm | Drinks 8:30 pm

  • * Our restaurant offers seasonal "omakase" courses (where the selection of food is left to the chef). For that reason, when making a reservation, please inform us in advance if there are any foods you cannot eat due to allergies, vegetarianism or other reasons. If you do not do so in advance, we may not be able to accommodate any special requests that you make after arriving at the restaurant. Please check with any companions as well.
  • * After 5:00 pm, a cover charge of ¥ 1,000 per person will be added.
    For customers ordering a dinner course or those who have reservations for events, the cover charge is included in the menu price.
  • * Children under the age of 12 are not permitted to visit.
Closed

Monday

Reservation / Contact

Reservations can be made online or by phone. 
[ Phone ] +81-3-6262-0826

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