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value-for-money kaiseki (can be either lunch or dinner) in tokyo?

thanks so much for the help robb, the menu looks pretty good (:

Feb 04, 2011
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value-for-money kaiseki (can be either lunch or dinner) in tokyo?

thanks a lot for the replies (:

to robb s - hmm, kaiseki just seemed very quintessentially japanese and i would love to experience it! i was also interested in the quality seasonal ingredients. and thanks for the tofu/sukiyaki suggestions...i was looking at maybe tofuya ukai.

to asomaniac - i guess i'll have to scrap the idea then, do you have any suggestions of a not-so-traditional kaiseki that fits my requirements? (:

also to clarify, my budget isn''t crazy low...about 100 usd - 200 usd thereabouts, but i'm looking for something that's value-for-money (:

Feb 04, 2011
pinkiepuff in Japan

value-for-money kaiseki (can be either lunch or dinner) in tokyo?

hi, i'll be going to tokyo for the first time in march this year. since i'm still a poor student, i'll be checking out options like sushidai and sazanka's lunch. i'm also really keen on trying out an affordable kaiseki meal (preferably from a more well-known place so directions won't be an issue) and it would be great to hear your recommendations, thanks! (:

p.s. i'm not a fan of any form of fish other than raw fish

Feb 03, 2011
pinkiepuff in Japan