Kawabata himself calligraphed the name of Kakiden, this elegant kaiseki restaurant nestled in a building in Shinjuku.
In a very elegant Japanese decor, this high-end restaurant serves kaiseki cuisine, sometimes to the sound of the koto, a stringed musical instrument. The appearance of the dishes is very important, the choice of flavours and ingredients evokes the current season. It is advisable to try, among others, ko no mano (seasonal vegetables), yakimono (grilled fish) and mukozoke (close to sashimi). Each floor corresponds to a different style. For chairs and tables, choose the 8th floor. For the Japanese-style room, go up to the 9th floor.
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