Japanese hospitality is extended throughout the seasons
Kaiseki-ryori (traditional Japanese multiple course meal)
Courses are arranged according to season and ingredients purchased on the day.
Bringing our customers the joy of encountering different dishes every time.
open／ 11:30am～2:00pm（last call 1:30pm）
|Mini Kaiseki(7 dishes)||¥3,800(Tax & Service fee Excluded)|
|Sakurae Kaiseki (8 dishes)||¥6,500(Tax & Service fee Excluded)|
open／ 5:30pm～11:00pm（last call 9:00pm）
|Sakurae Kaiseki(8 dishes)||¥6,500(Tax & Service fee Excluded)|
|Omakase Kaiseki (9-10 dishes)||¥9,500(Tax & Service fee Excluded)|
In Japan, not only do we have four seasons, but seasonal ingredients change every month. How we savor those seasonal ingredients is the essence of the Japanese cuisine.
In Japanese cuisine, there are no spécialité which can be served everyday as in French cuisine.
This is because we feature ingredients that taste the best in each season instead of serving fish and meat as main dishes.
We relish small servings of seasonal delights in various ways with sake, which is a privilege only a country with myriad kinds of food can have. This is the basic idea of Japanese cuisine.
In addition, Japanese course meal “Kaiseki” is based on “Cha-kaiseki” (a light meal served before a tea ceremony) in which a master entertains guests as if it’s a once-in-a-lifetime encounter.
The master prepares a room for guests and serves the best dishes in the best condition. Experience such Japanese “hospitality” at Toyonaka Sakurae.
〒560-0054 Oscar Building 2F, 7-10-7Sakuranocho, Toyonaka-shi, Osaka
TEL-FAX ： 06-6845-3987
9 minutes on foot from Osaka monorail Shoji Station
15 minutes by car from Shin-Osaka Station