The dream-like secret feast
An extraordinary experience
The honorable Fukutoku Shrine stands at the heart of the Tokyo metropolis in Nihonbashi.
Beneath this shrine emerged a world like no other: Suigian. Here, fantastical feasts are held daily behind closed doors.
Guests are entertained by authentic traditional performing arts while delectable dishes, sake, tea, and desserts are served on antique tableware from the Edo, Meiji, and Taisho periods.
Come visit this innovative theater-style restaurant and lounge for a full-on five-sense experience unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
［ TODAY’S PICK UP ］
An extraordinary world has suddenly appeared—SUIGIAN.
You may make reservations below. To make a reservation for today, or for further inquiries, please contact Suigian.
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COVERCHARGE AND RESERVATIONS
EVENING ENTERTAINMENT [ MOMOKAWA LOUNGE ]EVENING ENTERTAINMENT
［ MOMOKAWA LOUNGE ］
After 8:30 PM, the venue can be used as a bar and lounge as it takes on a different look to become the "Momokawa Lounge". In addition to the food and sake, female performers known as Geinagon play every night to create a true "Japanese feast" atmosphere. Come and enjoy a casual drink in an extraordinary setting.
TRADITION・ART・PHILOSOPHYTRADITIONAL JAPANESE SHITSURAI［ DECOR ］
In the center of the restaurant stands a stage measuring approximately 5.4 square meters. It boasts a symbolic background, painted by the Kano school in the Edo period, which is said to also have been installed in Nijo Castle at the time. Other elements of exquisite traditional Japanese arts can also be found throughout the stylish and alluring Japanese interior. Meals are presented on delicate, vivid antique lacquerware and trays from the Edo, Meiji, and Taisho periods. Escape everyday life, immerse yourself in the Japanese-style atmosphere, and enjoy a time of relaxation at Suigian.
Suigian features tea from "Fukujuen", a long-established Kyoto tea shop that has been protecting the Japanese tea culture for over 200 years. The menu also includes sweets from traditional Kyoto confectionaries "Oimatsu" and "Kamesuehiro", allowing guests to enjoy Japanese cuisine through a five-sense dining experience.
SUIGIAN’S PHOTO INSTAGRAM
After visiting Fukutoku Shrine and Yakuso Shrine, both standing here since ancient times, we welcome you to the underground: Suigian.
B1F, 2-5-10, Nihombashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
1-minute on foot from Tokyo Metro Mitsukoshimae Station (G-12, Ginza Line/Z-09, Hanzomon Line) Exit A6.
Direct access from COREDO MUROMACHI 2.