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Kashiwaya
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Kashiwaya

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Kashiwaya / 柏屋

  • Cooking Classics
  • Ryotei on the outskirts of Osaka

restaurant

restaurant
Rates and services

10000 JPY t 8% + s.n.i. (lunch), 16000-30000 JPY t 8% + s.n.i. (dinner)

terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included

For your information: 1 JPY = 0.01 USD

Weekly closing

Sunday.

Annual closing

From January 1st to 7th and from August 13th to 16th.

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In this acclaimed traditional Ryotei restaurant on the outskirts of Osaka, Japan’s landmark city, Kashiwaya offers modern Japanese food in a dining room designed in the “Sukiya” style, Japan’s traditional format for tea ceremonies: Fusuma sliding doors, shoji paper screens, tatami mats and Tokonoma reception rooms, each executed in a contemporary style. The menu is limited to just eight dishes, which are changed every month. The specialities of the famous Chef Hideaki Matsuo include Amadai, a dish made with grilled tile fish marinated in a salt shrimp “shiokara” dip, and puffer roe boiled in sake, floating on a turnip soup.
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Hideaki Matsuo

Chef
Hideaki Matsuo
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Hideaki Matsuo

Maitre de Maison
Hideaki Matsuo
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