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Kasane

かさね

Help desk

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Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 03-3589-0505 (+81-3-3589-0505)

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Traditional Japanese cuisine and our colorful Bonito Tataki (seared fish) and homemade ponzu (shoyu and citrus juice), while dining in a calm atmosphere.

Our "Bonito Tataki (seared fish) with the colors of early summer" is a very seasonal dish, in which dense bonito is lightly seared to a tataki. It's enjoyed with homemade ponzu made with "Hebe vinegar," a Hyuga specialty. You can enjoy varied flavors and textures such as urui (hostas), bamboo shoots and micro tomatoes in this colorful dish. The bonito begin their journey in Kyushu and make their way north along the Pacific Ocean. In order to bring out the delicious flavor of the fresh meat, the surface is briefly seared in direct, strong heat. It is not iced; it is cut and brought out while still warm. Japanese cuisine is often associated with speed, and there are times when it's desirable for dishes to be served quickly. We always strive, however, to make sure that our dishes are prepared carefully and properly and that our customers are served promptly. At Kasane, you can leisurely enjoy dishes made using choice ingredients with carefully-selected sake in a calming atmosphere. We recommend our restaurant to those with a mature, discerning palate. Our "Bonito Tataki (seared fish) with the colors of early summer" is a very seasonal dish, in which dense bonito is lightly seared to a tataki. It's e read morenjoyed with homemade ponzu made with "Hebe vinegar," a Hyuga specialty. You can enjoy varied flavors and textures such as urui (hostas), bamboo shoots and micro tomatoes in this colorful dish. The bonito begin their journey in Kyushu and make their way north along the Pacific Ocean. In order to bring out the delicious flavor of the fresh meat, the surface is briefly seared in direct, strong heat. It is not iced; it is cut and brought out while still warm. Japanese cuisine is often associated with speed, and there are times when it's desirable for dishes to be served quickly. We always strive, however, to make sure that our dishes are prepared carefully and properly and that our customers are served promptly. At Kasane, you can leisurely enjoy dishes made using choice ingredients with carefully-selected sake in a calming atmosphere. We recommend our restaurant to those with a mature, discerning palate. ... learn more from chef

  • English menu
  • English-speaking staff
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Lunch
  • Late-night service
  • No smoking
  • Special dietary requests
  • Western cutlery

Help desk

:
Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 03-3589-0505 (+81-3-3589-0505)

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Access
7 minutes walk from Exit 2 of [Nogizaka Station]. 10 minutes walk from A3 Exit of [Akasaka Station]
Cuisine
Japanese / General,Alcohol / Sake,Alcohol / Shochu / Kaiseki (course menu),Japanese
Average price
15,000 JPY
Open
[Weekdays/the day before a holiday] Normal hours 6:00 p.m.- 11:00 p.m.
Closed
Sundays
Address

Hama Bldg. B1F, 6-16-11 Akasaka , Minato-ku, Tokyo map

Address (for taxi driver )
東京都港区赤坂6-16-11浜ビルB1
English services
English-speaking staff available.
Credit cards accepted
American Express / Diners Club / MasterCard / Visa
Features
English-speaking staff / Free Wi-Fi / No smoking / Western cutlery / Reservations / Tatami room / Kotatsu (heated table) / course meals / Large sake selection

Japanese Dining Etiquette

Japanese Dining Etiquette - JAPANESE SAKE