Kaiseki is a form of Japanese cooking that draws its philosophy from tea ceremony traditions in 16th-century Kyoto, Japan. At its core is the belief that we are at our best when we experience every moment with one another as if it were a once-in-a-lifetime gathering.
Thursday - Saturday | 6pm
Kado no Mise Japanese Restaurant
Kado no Mise Japanese restaurant serves edomae fare that is simple and delicate - true to the tastes and form that chef Furukawa learned when he first started cooking professionally in his hometown of Tokyo, Japan.
Gori Gori Peku is an intimate Japanese Whisky Bar tucked-away on the second floor above Kado no Mise featuring Hakushu 18, Nikka Taketsuru 21, Hibiki 21, and many other beautiful aged and blended Japanese whiskies.