Kagurazaka Ishikawa神楽坂 石かわ

  • three stars
  • Comfortable (more pleasant if in red)
  • No smoking area
  • Private room with maximum capacity 6
  • Reservation required
  • Late dining
  • Interesting wine list
Kagurazaka Ishikawa

Hideki Ishikawa’s cooking features touches of creativity and is definitely unique. In the spring, wild vegetables and wagyu are prepared in small pots. The ayu in the summer is grilled, while the head and backbone are deep-fried. In the autumn, matsutake is either chargrilled or served in a soup with hamo . The snow crab in the winter comes with Tosa vinegar jelly. Born out of a daily pursuit of new tastes, the dishes here are truly refined.

Opening hours, last orders
Dinner = 17:30-24:00 L.O.22:00
Annual and weekly closing
Closed Sunday and Public Holidays
Dinner = ¥36,000-49,000
5-37 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

* This content is based on the information when “MICHELIN GUIDE TOKYO 2020” was published.

* The information is reproduced from the Michelin Guide. Please contact the facility directly for more detail.

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