Kakou Japanese Restaurant
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Kakou Japanese Restaurant
Hyatt Regency Hotel
2-7-2 Nishi Shinjuku
Ph: 03-3348 1234
Restaurant Type: Japanese restaurant / Kaiseki restaurant
Opening Hours: Open for 7 days a week for breakfast 7am - 10am, lunch 11.30am - 2.30pm and dinner 5.30pm - 9.30pm
Getting there: Located in the Hyatt Regency Hotel Nishi-Shinjuku, 10 minutes walk from Shinjuku Train Station, 10 minutes walk from Nishi-Shinjuku train station on the Marunouchi line or 5 minutes walk from Tochomae station on the Toei Oedo Line.
Restaurant information: Kakou Japanese Restaurant is located on level 3 of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Nishi-Shinjuku, on the west side of Shinjuku Train Station. Kakou Japanese Restaurant serves Kaiseki cuisine, which is a multi course Japanese meal made up with several small starters, miso soup, rice, dessert and a choice of main meal including things like sushi, sashimi, tempura or beef. Kakou Japanese Restaurant has a large open dining area or they have private dining rooms, traditional Tatami rooms.
Menu prices: Dinner kaiseki meals range from 8,000 Yen - 13,000 Yen
Restaurant Website: Kakou Japanese Restaurant
Restaurant location: Check Google Maps for the location of Kakou Japanese Restaurant in Hyatt Regency Hotel
Last updated 28th April 2013
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Photos of the Tempura "Kaishin" Kaiseki meal
at Kakou Japanese Restaurant Hyatt Regency Hotel
Starter - Seaweed Soup
2nd Starter - Sashimi with Tuna, Salmon and Sea Bream
1st Course - Seafood Tempura with prawns, squid and prawn heads.
Side dish of steam vegetables served with the Tempura
3 types of salt for dipping the Tempura in
2nd course - vegetable Tempura
Dipping sauce for Tempura with daikon (Japanese Radish) and lemon
Pickled vegetables served with the vegetable Tempura
Steamed rice served with the vegetable Tempura
Miso soup served with the vegetable Tempura
Green tea served at the end of the meal with dessert
Fresh fruit served as dessert to finish the meal
Sake Japanese rice wine
Kirin Japanese beer
Review submitted 27th April 2013 - by Scott from Sydney Australia
A top Japanese restaurant serving great kaiseki meals. I ordered the Tempura "kaisha" and everything was delicious, except maybe the seawood soup which was very salty, like drinking sea water, but I am sure it is healthy. The prawn heads were crunchy and tasty but you have to be careful how you chew them to stop the spikey bits peircing your tongue. The service was superb, especially when I dropped my mobile phone in my tempura dipping sauce. A waitress was right over with extra towels to wipe off my phone - which still works - testimony to HTC! Top restaurant highly recommended.
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