About us

We are Japanese Kaiseki restaurant located in Tenryu, Hamamatsu city in Shizuoka where is central of Japan. Customers can enjoy "Tenryu Kaiseki-zen" using local Tenryu ingredients and techniques inherited from the former head chef who trained in Kyoto.

Behind our restaurant, there are the ruins of Futamata Castle, where two famous Japanese warlords, Ieyasu Tokugawa and Shingen Takeda, fought. It is also famous as the place where Ieyasu Tokugawa's eldest son, Nobuyasu Matsudaira Saburo, tragically committed seppuku.

Our restaurant is one-story building in the traditional Japanese Sukiya-zukuri style. The roof is made of copper roofing, the same material used for national treasures such as Nikko Toshogu Shrine, Osaka Castle, and Nagoya Castle.

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One of the major attractions of us is its karesansui (dry land-scape) garden with a borrowed view of the ruins of Futama-ta Castle.

The garden is designed to surround the restaurant, so you can dine while viewing atmospheric Japanese garden from every room.

At night, the illuminated garden looks different face from the daytime.

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Our recommending ingredients will change depending on the season of your visit.
  • spring cuisine spring cuisine


    Fresh bamboo shoots from the mountains behind our restaurant.

  • summer cuisine spring cuisine


    Pike conger eel(Hamo) and sweet-fish(Ayu), which represent the taste of summer in Tenryu.

  • fall cuisine spring cuisine


    Matsutake mushrooms and seasonal mushrooms.

  • winter cuisine spring cuisine


    Fugu (blowfish).

Doudan Kaisekizen Course

Doudan Kaisekizen Course

¥30,000~ (tax excluded)

This is our special course prepared according to the dishes you would like to have and your budget. The tempura prepared by the current chef, who trained at a tempura specialty restaurant, is exquisite. You can choose Sushi or seasonal Japanese mixed rice as the rice dish.

Please let us know your preferences, budget, and any food items you do not like or allergies you may have by the reservation form.


Please note that we are not able to provide individualized service for each dish.


Every dishes will be served to your room by holl staff.

Sesami Tofu with soy source
Assorted side dish
Sashimi(Slices of raw fish or shafood)
Assorted seasonal sashimi slices
Hourai beef sukiyaki
Grilled dish
Grilled Hourai beef
Tempura(Deep flied dish)
Tempura (Abalone from Hokkaido and seasonal vegetables)
Last dish before rice porridge
Thick Japanese omelet with Japanese eel from Lake Hamanako
Rice porridge
Seasonal assorted Sushi(3~5 pcs), miso soup with crab and Japanese pickles
Fruits from Shizuoka pref.
Matcha with Japanese sweets

We also offer other seasonal ingredients such as matsutake mushrooms and fugu puffer fish.

Omotenashi-our hospitality-

All staff respect the atmosphere of Japanese culture and will serve you in kimono. We aim to provide Omotenashi (hospitality) that makes the extraordinary experience of traveling to Japan even more special.

In order to provide a deeper experience of Japanese culture, the proprietress and young master have been learning the art of sencha (green tea), and will be happy to perform a tea ceremony for guests who wish.

Trial lesson of demonstration of tea-serving

¥1,000~(tax excluded)

Kimono wearing experience

¥5,000~(tax excluded)

Photography service is included.


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Room Photo

We have a large room which can accommodate up to 40 peaple and 3 reserved small-sized rooms. From banquet room, you can see dry landscape garden.

3 small-sized rooms are designed as a tea-ceremony room, so cunstomers can feel Japanese culture "Wabi-Sabi" directly. You would dine in chair seats on tatami-mat flooring for your convenience.

  • umegae


    Room for 4 to 8 people


    This is the largest room among the 3 small-sized rooms suitable for small parties and familiy lunch or dinner.

  • miyuki


    Room for 2 to 6 people


    It suits for couple and small parties.

  • kashiwagi


    Room for 2 to 6 people


    This is the only room where you can see the main garden among the 3 small rooms.

asago yugao


(Banquet Room)

Room for 10 to 40 people
18-tatami-mat room ASAGAO and 21-tatami-mat room YUGAO

These two rooms offer a view of the dry landscape garden with the ruins of Futamata Castle as the background while dining.

It suits for a party of a big group or ceremonial lunch and dinner.


We are located in center between Tokyo and Kyoto, so it is easy to access when you go to Kyoto from Tokyo or Tokyo from Kyoto.

  • carBy Car Driving

    About 10 minutes from Hamamatsu-Hamakita Interchange of Shin-Tomei Highway.

    parking-lotAbout Parking Lot

    One of the parking lots can be parked a large sightseeing bus in front of our restaurant. Another can be parked 20 cars and takes a minute by walking.

  • trainBy Train

    Staff pick you up at Nishikajima Station of Enshu Railway or Futamata Honmachi Station of Tenryu Hamanako Railway.


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Stores and tourist attractions
in the surrounding area

  • akino fuku art museum

    Akino Fuku Art Museum

    The museum opened in April 1998 as an art museum to honor the achievements of Fuku Akino, a painter from Tenryu Futamata, and to promote local art and culture. In addition to numerous works on permanent display, special exhibitions are held several times a year.



    130 Futamata, Futamata-cho, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsucity, Shizuoka prefecture.
    ※About 5 minutes by driving from here

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    Business Hours



    Mondays, New Year's holidays and exhibition change periods ( If Monday is a national holiday, the museum will be open. Then, next day will be closed)

  • futamata castle ruins

    Futamata Castle Ruins

    These are the ruins of a castle from the Warring States Period (1467-1615) located in the mountains behind our restaurant. It is a historic place where two famous Japanese military commanders, Shingen Takeda and Ieyasu Tokugawa, fought each other.

    It is also famous as the place where Ieyasu Tokugawa's eldest son, Nobuyasu Matsudaira Saburo, tragically committed seppuku. This is a great place to visit for those interested in Japan's Warring States period.

    About 15-20 minutes by walking or 3 minutes by driving from here.

  • Soichiro Honda Museum

    This is a memorial museum that honors Soichiro Honda, who is the founder of Honda Motor Co.,Ltd and was born in this area. Visitors can learn about Soichiro Honda's life, the motorcycles he built, the paintings he made in his later years, and other interesting exhibits. This is a great place to visit for those interested in cars and motorcycles, as well as Honda.



    1112 Futamata, Futamata-cho, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsucity, Shizuoka prefecture.
    ※About 5 minutes by driving from here

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    Monday and Tuesday( If Monday or Tuesday is a national holiday, the museum will be open. Then, next day will be closed), New year's holidays

  • akina shrine

    Akiba Shrine

    Akiba Shrine, which is said to have been founded in 709 A.D., is famous as a shrine of fire prevention and luck, and Akiba Shrine is the origin of Akihabara in Tokyo. Many people visit the shrine to pray for fire prevention, family safety, good luck, business prosperity, and industrial development. This is a great place to visit for those interested in Japanese shrines and temples.



    841 Ryoke, Haruno-cho, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsucity, Shizuoka prefecture.
    ※About a hour by driving (to main shrine) / 40 minutes (to lower shrine) from here

    Phone Number

    053-985-0111 (main shrine) / 053-985-0005 (lower shrine)

  • tenryu hamanako railway-futamata station

    Tenryu Hamanako Railway-Futamata Station

    Wooden station buildings, turntable from the Steam Locomotive era, and the fan-shaped garage have been designated as nationally registered intangible cultural properties and can be visited. This is a great place to visit for those interested in Japanese railway.



    114-2 Akura, Futamata-cho, Tenryu-ku, Hamamatsucity, Shizuoka prefecture.
    ※About 10 minutes by driving from here

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Opening Hours

Lunch: 11:30am - 2:00pm / Dinner: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
We are regularly closed on Tuesdays. All seats require reservation.


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