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“Gift set” to taste at Fujiya Hotel “Old Imperial Residence Kikukaso”

2021.08.31

“Kenjo Gozen” that you can enjoy in pure Japanese architecture, which is a registered tangible cultural property. The chef is particular about seasonal ingredients and soup stock, and expresses the feeling of the autumn season in a gorgeous vermilion-painted layered box. Enjoy lunch in the calm atmosphere of the former residence, Kikukaso, while admiring the scenery of the Japanese garden that changes with the seasons.

Former Imperial Residence Kikukaso

A venerable pure Japanese building built as the Imperial Villa of the Imperial Family in 1895.
The garden where you can feel the changes of the four seasons is also a highlight.

Overview of “Old Imperial Residence Kikukaso Lunch New Menu “Kenjo Gozen””

Location: Fujiya Hotel Former Imperial Residence Kikukaso (Japanese Cuisine)
Business Hours: 11: 30-15: 30 (L.O. 14:00)
Price: ¥5,000 (tax included) Limited 10 meals
TEL: 0460-82-2211 (Reservation staff 9:00-20:00)

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