Summary: A shared dining experience promoting unity.
Located in a tranquil park, this hidden gem provides a unique dining experience. With limited seating at a 15-spot counter, diners can watch as the team prepares a tea kaiseki, a traditional multi-course dinner. A strict dining schedule is implemented, with all guests seated promptly at 6pm for the three-hour meal. Dress formally and be sure to bring cash, as no other forms of payment are accepted. The restaurant discourages photography, promoting a focus on the meal and the experience. The owner-chef embraces the concept of 'not there yet', constantly striving to improve. All food is prepared to symbolize gratitude and facilitate communication, making for a truly immersive culinary experience.