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Otowa restaurant
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Otowa restaurant

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Otowa restaurant / オトワレストラン

  • Creative cooking
  • Modern setting for local Japanese produce

restaurant

restaurant
Rates and services

Course Menus 6000-15000 JPY t. 8% s.n.i. 10%

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

For your information: 1 JPY = 0.01 USD

Weekly closing

Monday.

Annual closing

From December 26th to January 1st.

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Chef Kazunori Otowa has dedicated his work to French cuisine, and opened his restaurant in his hometown, the vibrant city of Utsunomiya, after gaining experience in Europe and alongside acclaimed chef Alain Chapel. Beautifully presented and composed as sophisticated works of art, his dishes focus on seasonal and locally sourced ingredients such as Tochigi Wagyu beef, Yashio-Masu (local trout), eel, cheese from Nasu Highland or Asian pears. Balancing the French influence in the cuisine, the decor of the restaurant pays tribute to the regional heritage, using Oya stone and Mashiko pottery mixed with antiques, sculptures and iron art collected by Kazunori Otowa over the years.
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Kazunori Otowa

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