NADAMAN MAIN BRANCH SAZANKA-SO
Japanese Cuisine (Kaiseki)
NADAMAN boasts a long history of offering its patrons distinctive Japanese "kaiseki" cuisine, famous for its exquisite presentation and delicate taste.
NADAMAN;"Sazanka-so" widely known as the NADAMAN headquarters, opened in 1830 as the very first restaurant operated by NADAMAN. It sits peacefully behind the trees and foliage of the hotel's 400 year old Japanese Garden.
NADAMAN; "Sazanka-so"Kaiseki - Style Cuisine
Kaiseki cuisine is the most formal style of Japanese food, usually eaten in high class restaurants on special occasions. The word Kaiseki originates from Buddhist priests in Zen training, who placed hot stones, "seki", in the pockets of their robes, "kai", to help them bear their fasting. Using the freshest ingredients of the season and cooked in ways that enhance their original taste, each dish is simply seasoned and delicately presented in exquisite dishes. The course below is an example of Kaiseki Style Cuisine, offered at NADAMAN; "Sazanka-so"
|SAKIZUKE||(Appetizers eaten with sake)|
|TOMEWAN||(Red Miso Soup)|
|KOUNOMONO||(Assorted Japanese Pickles)|
|KANMI||(Japanese Sweet and Green Tea)|
|Seats||5 private tatami rooms only. |
"Horigotatsu (*1) "table settings.
|Price||Please call for information.|
|Menu||Lunch & Dinner courses are in Kaiseki style and items will change according to the season. |
Please contact the restaurant for further menu information.
*1 What are "Horigotatsu" - style seatings?
"Horigotatsu" - style seatings refer to the seating arrangements on Japanese tatami floors where there are sunken areas beneath the dining tables for comfortable leg room.