Tenryuzen Miyoshi

About us

We are a Japanese Kaiseki restaurant located in Tenryu, Hamamatsu city in Shizuoka. Kaiseki is an exquisitely prepared Japanese course meal, which was originally served at Japanese tea ceremonies in the form of a meal of small dishes to accompany Matcha or thick and bitter green tea.
Miyoshi originally started as Kappo Ryokan or a restaurant hotel in 1951 when this town thrived on the nation’s largest dam construction and the forest industry. However, the prosperous period came to end in the flow of the times, and we closed the restaurant hotel in 1979. Then, in October of 1991, Miyoshi was reborn as a Japanese Kaiseki restaurant with a chef proficient in the Kyoto-style Kaiseki Cuisine and has been a place where you can enjoy Japanese delicacies in aesthetic settings including a dry-landscape garden and over-100-year-old Dodan-tsutsuji or Japanese enkianthus, which is shown in the emblem of this restaurant, since then.
We believe that we can show our spirit in something tangible and are striving to serve you with our high-quality hospitality called “o-mo-te-na-shi.” So please visit us and experience our Tenryu-zen Kaiseki cuisine, which is prepared with fresh local food from our region in the style of the traditional Kyoto Kaiseki style, as well as our “o-mo-te-na-shi” hospitality in a calm and relaxed ambiance.

Locations

Our restaurant is a wooden one-story building in Sukiya-zukuri style, which is characterized as a Japanese architectural design of residential houses in Sukiya or the teahouse style, and is located at the foot of a highland where Futamata Castle used to stand. In the late 16th century, this castle played an important role in the battle between two famous Japanese Samurai worriers, Tokugawa Ieyasu and Takeda Shingen. At our restaurant, you can enjoy such a historic atmosphere with the beautiful nature, such as mountains and flowers, changing with season. The over-100-year-old Japanese enkianthus trees in our gardens, which we treasure as the symbol of our restaurant, show you pretty flowers in May. They are also attractive with fresh verdure in summer, colored leaves in fall, and white snow in winter. These enkianthus trees are arranged to be seen from all the rooms so that all of our guests can enjoy a sense of the season with them.

Service

We value “OMOTENASHI” or heartwarming hospitality to all who visit Miyoshi. So please let us know if you are looking for our support for your requests or questions so that we can try our best for you.
We have 3 small-sized rooms suitable for private use by small groups and 2 large rooms for banquets. (Please see below for more details.) All rooms are Japanese style with tatami-mat flooring, but you can dine in chair seats for your convenience.

Rooms

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    HIROMA (Banquet Room)
    (ASAGAO & YUGAO)

    Rooms for 10 to 54 people

    We have 2 large rooms; 18-tatami-mat room Asagao and 21-tatami-mat room Yugao.
    These 2 rooms are facing the main garden to provide you with a refreshing view. The rooms can be connected to be used as a 39-tatami-mat-sized banquet room for about 50 people, as well. So these rooms are good for a party of a big group or a ceremonial dinner of a Buddhism memorial service. At lunch time, you may use these large rooms with other small groups as needed.

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    UMEGAE

    Room for 4 to 8 people

    This is an 8-tatami-mat room, which is the largest among the 3 small-sized rooms suitable for small parties. This room is often used for a family dinner or a pre-wedding get-together for a couple and their parents. If you are thinking of having an engagement meeting at our restaurant, you can also use our room for the engagement ceremony. Please let us know your plan and feel free to ask us for your requests.

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    MIYUKI

    Room for 2 to 6 people

    This is a standard-sized or 6-tatami-mat room providing you with tranquility and a good view of mountains behind our restaurant. Please enjoy our Kaiseki cuisine in this cozy room when you are with a small number of people. You will feel a relaxing flow of time as enjoying meals with a view of beautiful mountains in Tenryu.

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    KASHIWAGI

    Room for 2 to 6 people

    This is a 6-tatami-mat room and the only room where you can see the main garden among the 3 small rooms. We have many guests who choose this room for their dining repeatedly. This room is suitable for a couple or a small family.

Menu

We proudly serve you with our Tenryu-zen Kaiseki cuisine, which is prepared with fresh local food from Tenryu region in the manner of traditional Japanese Kyoto Kaiseki style.

Akiha-kaisekizen (10 dishes)

Akiha Kaisekizen Course

¥5,000 (tax excluded)
Akiha Kaisekizen Course consists of 10 items; Appetizer, Assorted side dish, Slices of raw fish or seafood, Soup-type appetizer, Grilled dish, Deep fried dish, Steamed dish, Rice porridge, Japanese pickles, and Dessert.

This course is named after Mt. Akiha, a well-known holly mountain in Tenryu. If you are not familiar with Japanese Kaiseki course meals, we think this is a good choice as an introduction. Please enjoy a variety of Kaiseki delicacies of this course.

∗ You can choose festive red rice instead of white rice at no additional charge.
∗ The photo is a sample image.

Miyoshi-kaisekizen (13 dishes)

Miyoshi Kaisekizen Course

¥7,000 (tax excluded)
Miyoshi Kaisekizen Course consists of 13 items; Aperitif, Appetizer, Assorted side dish, Slices of raw fish or seafood, Soup-type appetizer, Grilled dish, Steamed dish, Deep fried dish, Vinegared dish, Rice porridge, Japanese pickles, Dessert, and Matcha or powdered green tea.

Bearing the name of our restaurant, this is the standard Kaiseki course of ours. The course includes an aperitif to start the meal and Matcha (powdered green tea) at the end. Compared to Akiha Kaisekizen course, the dishes served in this course, the sliced fish plate for example, are upgraded.

∗ You can choose festive red rice instead of white rice at no additional charge.
∗ The photo is a sample image.

Doudan-kaisekizen (12 dishes)

Doudan Kaisekizen Course

¥10,000~ (tax excluded)
For this course, we will prepare the menu based on your request and budget. When you make a reservation with us, we will explain what seasonal ingredients are available and offer our suggestions so that you can develop your original course named after the symbol tree of our restaurant, Dodan-tsutsuji or Japanese enkianthus. Please do not hesitate to let us know your requests so that our chef can exhibit his skills to make your dinner special.

∗ You can choose festive red rice instead of white rice at no additional charge.
∗ We also offer “Seasonal Kaisekizen Courses” menu which highlights seasonal savor. Please see the page of “Seasonal menu” for details.
∗ The photo is a sample image.

Lunch Specials

Please enjoy our authentic Kaiseki plates at a reasonable price at lunch time.
Our lunch menu changes on a monthly basis to provide the best food in season.
At lunch time, you may share a large (18 or 21-tatami-mat) room with other parties. But the table shall be separate, and you can also enjoy the views of our dry-landscape garden with borrowed landscape of the mountains behind our restaurant from the large room. You can also privately use one of the 3 small-sized rooms at a supplement of 1,000 yen (tax excluded) if you make a reservation in advance.

  • Hanagoyomi Lunch

    Hanagoyomi Lunch

    ¥2,500 (tax excluded)
    ∗ Available on weekdays only

    This menu consists of 9 items; Slices of raw fish or seafood, Assorted side dish, Simmered dish, Grilled dish, Steamed dish, Rice, Miso soup, Japanese pickles, Dessert.

    ∗ These items are not served in a Kaiseki course style but arranged on a tray.
    ∗ A small-sized room is available by prior arrangement at a supplement of 1,000 yen (tax excluded) per room.
    ∗ The photo is a sample image.

  • Tenryu Kaisekizen Lunch

    Tenryu Kaisekizen Lunch

    ¥3,000 (tax excluded)
    ∗ including weekends

    This menu consists of 9 items; Appetizer, Slices of raw fish or seafood, Soup-type appetizer, Assorted side dish, Simmered dish, Steamed dish or Deep fried dish, Rice, Japanese pickles, Dessert.

    ∗ These items are not served in a Kaiseki course style but arranged on a tray.
    ∗ You can choose festive red rice instead of white rice at a supplement of 300 yen (tax excluded).
    ∗ A small-sized room is available by prior arrangement at a supplement of 1,000 yen (tax excluded) per room.
    ∗ The photo is a sample image.

    This is a mini Kaiseki, which has Kaiseki-style dishes arranged in a Shokado Bento Box or a square lunch box, instead of all the dishes to be served separately. With this lunch menu, you can enjoy dishes similar to those served in the dinner course, at reasonable price.

  • Mibu Kaisekizen Lunch

    Mibu Kaisekizen Lunch

    ¥4,000 (tax excluded)

    This menu consists of 9 items; Appetizer, Assorted side dish, Slices of raw fish and seafood, Soup-type appetizer, Simmered dish, Deep fried dish or Steamed dish, Rice porridge, Japanese pickles, Dessert.

    ∗ This course meal is to be served in Kaiseki course style at a separate (small-sized) room.
    You can use the privately separate room at no extra charge when you order this menu. Please enjoy your course lunch in a relaxed ambiance.
    ∗ You can choose festive red rice instead of white rice at a supplement of 300 yen (tax excluded).
    ∗ The photo is a sample image.

Seasonal Menu

Seasonal Kaiseki Course (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter)

Seasonal Kaiseki Course
(Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter)

¥7,000~(tax excluded)

We proudly offer the seasonal course menu in which we lavishly use fresh ingredients from this region in season. Please enjoy our Tenryu-zen Kaiseki cuisine, the delicacies from mountains and rivers in Tenryu, Lake Hamana, Sea of Enshu, and Suruga Bay.
We are happy to hear your personal requests for the menu, such as “I want to enjoy grilled ayu (sweetfish) a lot,” and “I want to have more seasonal edible wild mountain plants deep fried.” Please let us know your requests when making a reservation.

We accept credit cards.

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Access

【By car】
About 10-minute drive from Hamamatsu Hamakita Interchange of Shin-Tomei Highway
【By train】
About 5-minute walk from Futamata Honmachi Station of Tenryu Hamanako Railway.

0539260344

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