Japanese Cuishine, Kaiseki

Hi there!

How have you been? I have had a cold more than for two weeks, and I haven’t felt good recently. I don’t want to make excuses, though. I hope I will feel better soon.

Today I want to write about an expensive type of Japanese food called Kaiseki.

A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated my husband’s father’s 83th birthday at a restaurant. The restaurant, which was built in the Edo period, was very interesting so I took lots of pictures.

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Since the owner of the restaurant’s mother is from Imari, there were so many antique Imari collections there.

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Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

While eating, we can enjoy viewing a beautiful Japanese garden as well.

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

The wife of the owner of the restaurant was very kind, and she showed me several rooms.

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Even the bathroom was very Japanese. This is a ladies’ room.

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

The ceiling was built in the Taisho period, and according to the wife there is no people who can fix it.

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki   Uotorarou

Japanese Cuisine, Kaiseki
Uotorarou

All the dishes were excellent. The service was wonderful, and the building was very Japanese. We really enjoyed eating out at the restaurant, and we want to visit there again soon!

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Dixie
    Nov 21, 2014 @ 14:18:49

    Lovely pictures! Thanks for sharing.

    Reply

  2. gemyin
    Nov 21, 2014 @ 16:56:03

    Reblogged this on Magic Dreams.

    Reply

  3. Kristen Adams
    Nov 21, 2014 @ 23:21:43

    Wow! Both the restaurant and the food are gorgeous!

    Reply

  4. Helga Jaermann
    Nov 22, 2014 @ 15:14:33

    Dear Yumi this is very interesting I love Japan very much

    Reply

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