Reservations
Reservations

東京で京料理【日本料理(和食)・しゃぶしゃぶ 瓢喜 (ヒョウキ)】の個室接待へ 東京で京料理【日本料理(和食)・しゃぶしゃぶ 瓢喜 (ヒョウキ)】の個室接待へ

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Kasuitei

HOSPITALITY

HOSPITALITY

Kasuitei brings together a welcoming space, gracious hospitality and fine cuisine to offer guests satisfaction in the truest sense.
We pay attention to every detail to make our space welcoming with all five senses, from the pleasing interior to the music and scent. The head hostess attired in a traditional kimono provides attentive and heartfelt hospitality while guests enjoy our specialty dishes prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
To better ensure that foreign visitors are also able to enjoy our cuisine and hospitality, English menus and digital translation devices are available.
Experience Japan's culture of hospitality first-hand while savoring elaborately prepared dishes and taking in the elegant surroundings.

Service

Service

Dedicated service born from the philosophy
of Japanese hospitality

The main hostess and staff wearing traditional kimono attentively take care of guests from the moment of their arrival until their departure. Thoughtful, customized service is a defining aspect of Kasuitei. Please feel free to ask staff any questions that you have about the food or Japanese etiquette. English menus and digital translation devices are also available.

  • 振舞
  • 振舞
  • 振舞

Cuisine

Cuisine

To provide the highest level of satisfaction
through traditional Japanese cuisine

Delicious food is of course essential for a satisfying meal—but we go beyond just the food to offer the highest level of satisfaction in the entire dining experience with personalized service that can include detailed descriptions of the dishes we serve. We also accommodate food allergies, vegetarian diets, and other dietary limitations. Please let us know of any special requests you have when making your reservation. We look forward to serving you.

  • 日本料理
  • 料理
  • 日本料理

Surroundings

Surroundings

Modern Japanese interior
designed to relax and inspire

Designed by a leading Japanese architect, the gorgeous interior features silver foil and glass throughout in a design that beautifully blends traditional Japanese aesthetics and modern sensibility.
Guests are greeted with the exquisite and time-honored scent of sandalwood incense from Shoyeido, an incense company from Kyoto with more than 300 years of history.

  • 和空間
  • 和空間
  • 和空間

Architectural designManabu Chiba

Architectural designManabu Chiba

Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, The University of Tokyo/Architect
Born in Tokyo in 1960. Graduated from the School of Architecture, The University of Tokyo, in 1985, and received his Masters from the same university in 1987. After working at Nihon Sekkei and Factor N Associates, he established Chiba Manabu Architects in 2001. He has held his current position since 2013. Some of his major works include Fuji Harness Japan Guide Dog Center (Architectural Institute of Japan Award), Otaki Town Hall (Award of Merit in the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation), and Kogakuin University's 125th Memorial Education Center (Murano Togo Prize). He has also authored several books, including rule of the site—soko ni shika nai keishiki (Rule of the site—form only found there) and Hito no atsumarikata wo dezain suru (Designing how to attract people).

ArtistAsao Tokolo

ArtistAsao Tokolo

Born in Tokyo in 1969. Studied architecture from a young age and apprenticed under Shin Egashira. Began creating patterns with the theme of "connection" after September 11, 2001, and continues to be active in fields that transect art, architecture, and design. He also designs and produces crests and patterns based on geometric principles that can be reproduced with a ruler and compass, and three-dimensional works that apply the same principles. Some of his major works include the façade pattern for Kogakuin University's 125th Memorial Education Center, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic emblems, and outside sculptures for the Otemachi Park Building.

Music directionNarihisa Tanimoto

Music directionNarihisa Tanimoto

Born August 16, 1967. Began professionally producing music for TV commercials and supporting artists while still in university at the age of 19. In his late 20s, he actively supported pop and rock artists and began performing live in Japan and abroad. In 2003, he created four songs for the soundtrack to the full-length movie My House, directed by Junji Sakamoto. He has composed music for TV commercials including for Takemoto Piano, Fuji Baking, Nintendo, Recruit, and Shimano. He has also composed music for corporate PR videos and DVDs, including for Panasonic, Sharp, Minolta, NTT Group, Alesco, and JR West. He has composed, arranged, and produced numerous works ranging in style from classical to world music.