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Traditional Japanese Cuisine: Suginoi
Suginoi is a restaurant overflowing with the traditional atmosphere of Japan located along the Saigawa River that runs through the center of Kanazawa city, Ishikawa. This restaurant utilizes an old traditional home that is quiet and refined and has 6 different private rooms, each with their own different design. Here you can relax and enjoy your traditional Japanese meal at a slow pace. The kaiseki full course meals at Suginoi use carefully selected ingredients and offer you a chance to taste some local specialties of Ishikawa like the elegant “jibuni” made with boiled duck. There is also a beautiful garden you can look out upon while enjoying your meal.
- 3-11 Kiyokawa-machi, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa
- Contact No.
- Take a bus from Kanazawa Station and get off at the Katamachi Bus Stop from which it is a 5 minute walk.
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 11:00 – 14:00, 16:00 – 22:00
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Other Information
- *Average budget (1 person): Afternoon 4,000 – 5,000 yen, evening 15,000 – 20,000 yen *Menu: Seoto course 5,000 yen (including tax, service charge, and seating), Kuzukiri 1,200 yen (including tax, service charge, and seating) *Credit cards accepted
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Elegant Japanese garden
A beautiful traditional Japanese garden is maintained around the restaurant, so you can enjoy your meal amid a tranquil atmosphere. This garden will show you many of its different faces throughout the changing of the seasons. You can see cherry blossoms in spring, vivid greens in summer, the vibrant colors of autumn in fall, and snowscapes in winter.
Taste local flavors in the afternoon with the “seoto” course meal
The lunch course meal, “seoto” (5,000 yen including tax, service charge, and seating) offers wondrous dishes made from seasonal ingredients. This course allowing you to taste the different flavors of the season offers dishes including appetizers, fried foods, sashimi, and Kanazawa city’s local specialty of Ishikawa, “jibuni” boiled duck.
Kuzukiri (1,200 yen including tax, service charge, and seating) is offered as the desert for the seoto lunch. Kuzukiri are soft and springy noodles made from vegetable starch and are served in ice water with brown sugar syrup.