"Japanese cuisine" of Ryotei Kawabun
In Kawabun, there are multiple private rooms, a tea house, and a counter space where you can casually enjoy the cuisine of the Ryotei while watching the cook work wonders before your eyes.
Our meticulous care will you make comfortable and feel relax, while enjoying our seasonal dishes.
Cooking, hanging scrolls, flowers, vessels, arts, and fine attention. A space where Japanese culture was condensed is hospitality at the restaurant.
A distillation of Japanese culture awaits you in the setting and the hospitality you’ll find at our Ryotei. Relax to your heart’s content in a chic Japanese atmosphere that’s always in harmony with the seasons.
This is a space where you can enjoy hot pot dishes while sitting right in front of the chef.
Our teahouse looks out on two enclosed gardens created by the late Matsuo Sogo (Fusensai), head of the Matsuo-ryu school of Japanese tea ceremony.
In the garden, there is an impressive hexagonal lantern with a short rod , Tsukubai reminiscent of tea's practice, Karesansui landscape garden using Nachi black,
There is a well with an anecdotal unique ancient Kawanba, and you can see a moist and beautiful scenery.
Luxuriant greenery of ubame oak and winter-hazel, beloved of tea masters, highlights the scene.
The result is truly a space out of time.
Shirasu Sansho boiled, Tenjo kelp, Unagi Sansho boiled, Aigamo soy sauce tailoring, Assorted salted abalone,
We have a wide variety of seasonal baked goods specially made by Kawabun
All make gifts of distinction fit for distinguished recipients, whether on festive occasions or solemn ones.