Isekin

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Isekin is a 120-year old Japanese restaurant. This is a tranquil restaurant as if it is located in the backstreets of Kyoto. Here, you can enjoy carefully made authentic Japanese cuisine made by the chef who had been trained at another Japanese restaurant for many years. Their signature dish is "Tai-ochazuke" (1,200 yen), which is a rice bowl with thick raw bream on the top, eaten with hot broth. Every seat is divided into individual rooms, so this restaurant is used for formal occasions such as business dinners, wedding anniversaries and birthday parties. In this restaurant, you can feel a high-quality Japanese atmosphere.

Address
1-37-1 Takahanacho, Omiya-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama
Contact No.
+81-48-641-0023
Access
10-min walk from East Exit of Omiya station on JR
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-14:30(Order stops) *By reservation only
17:00-21:00(Order stops)
Closed irregularly
Official Website
http://www.isekin.com/
Time Required
60 minutes
Other Information
*Average budget (for one person): Lunch 2,000-3,000 yen, Dinner 10,000~15,000 yen *Menu: Tai-ochazuke 1,200 yen, Hiru kaiseki iseki-zen ichiju rokusai 4,000 yen *Credit card accepted (Not accepted for lunch)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Authentic Japanese cuisine made by well-trained hands

The current owner is the 4th generation from when they started business 120 years ago. He pursues the soul of "Omotenashi", or Japanese distinctive hospitality, by his cooking skill developed for many years of course, but even by the exterior of the restaurant and interior of each room. They cook rice for each individual group of customers, and choose the highest quality ingredients from all over Japan.

Source:食べログ

"Tai-ochazuke", thick raw bream, sesame sauce and broth

"Tai-ochazuke" (1,200 yen) is a tasty cuisine which is a rice bowl with raw bream cut thick to enjoy the texture on the top, eaten with their secret sesame sauce first, and hot broth after. Since the taste is light, it is a prime dish for when you don't have much appetite or when you want to prevent summer fatigue.

Source:食べログ

Reasonable kaiseki cuisine only on weekdays

"Hiru kaiseki iseki-zen ichiju rokusai (lunch set with a soup and six dishes)" (4,000 yen) is a reasonable course which you can enjoy only on weekdays. This set contains six dishes such as sashimi, boiled fish and boiled vegetable made with carefully chosen ingredients and a soup as the name shows. The reservation is required 2 days prior to visit. You can use the individual room for lunch time.

Source:食べログ

Isekin

Isekin is a 120-year old Japanese restaurant. This is a tranquil restaurant as if it is located in the backstreets of Kyoto. Here, you can enjoy carefully made authentic Japanese cuisine made by the chef who had been trained at another Japanese restaurant for many years. Their signature dish is "Tai-ochazuke" (1,200 yen), which is a rice bowl with thick raw bream on the top, eaten with hot broth. Every seat is divided into individual rooms, so this restaurant is used for formal occasions such as business dinners, wedding anniversaries and birthday parties. In this restaurant, you can feel a high-quality Japanese atmosphere.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Authentic Japanese cuisine made by well-trained hands

The current owner is the 4th generation from when they started business 120 years ago. He pursues the soul of "Omotenashi", or Japanese distinctive hospitality, by his cooking skill developed for many years of course, but even by the exterior of the restaurant and interior of each room. They cook rice for each individual group of customers, and choose the highest quality ingredients from all over Japan.

Source:食べログ

"Tai-ochazuke", thick raw bream, sesame sauce and broth

"Tai-ochazuke" (1,200 yen) is a tasty cuisine which is a rice bowl with raw bream cut thick to enjoy the texture on the top, eaten with their secret sesame sauce first, and hot broth after. Since the taste is light, it is a prime dish for when you don't have much appetite or when you want to prevent summer fatigue.

Source:食べログ

Reasonable kaiseki cuisine only on weekdays

"Hiru kaiseki iseki-zen ichiju rokusai (lunch set with a soup and six dishes)" (4,000 yen) is a reasonable course which you can enjoy only on weekdays. This set contains six dishes such as sashimi, boiled fish and boiled vegetable made with carefully chosen ingredients and a soup as the name shows. The reservation is required 2 days prior to visit. You can use the individual room for lunch time.

Source:食べログ

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