Relocated in April 2017.
Please note the address.

Gallery Fushikino

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“Fushikino” was a word often used by Sennorikyu, who had profound influence on “Chanoyu”, the Japanese "Way of Tea". The word “Fushikino” coincides with other Japanese words such as ”Fushigi (miraculous) ” or “Fushiki (innocent)” which are used in the teachings of Japanese ZEN. If it were translated into modern term, it will mean “something unexpected” or “something new”.
By choosing the word deeply linked to Sennorikyu for our restaurant’s name, we learn from Chanoyu culture, furthermore, we sincerely hope to serve you a pleasant and unexpected thrill from à la carte to SAKE as you have never tasted before.

Yusuke Miyashita
September 1, 2011

At Fushikino, guests are served a course menu beautifully prepared by our experienced “Kyo-kaiseki” chef, expert in traditional Japanese Kyoto style of eating. Guests enjoy each cuisine served with different SAKE well selected from all over Japan by a SAKE sommelier.
To bring out the best of the authentic Japanese cuisine, SAKE are served in different manners; “Reishu (cold SAKE)”, “Nurukan (lukewarm SAKE)” and “Atsukan (hot SAKE)”. Additionally, the sake cup that the exquisite SAKE is served in has its own rich history and story. We have a variety of SAKE cups created by new ceramic designers, “Living National Treasure” masters, and even centuries-old antiquities. Come and enjoy the harmony of Cuisine, SAKE, and the ceramics. But most importantly, dive into Japanese culture and the “IKI (sophisticated)” culture of Japanese SAKE.
Hours 7:00pm-11:00pm (Final entrance is 8:00pm)
*May ask to change reservation time depending on booking situations.
Closed Sundays, Public holidays and irregular holidays
*Total 8 dishes will be served for the Kaiseki course menu.
*Each dish is paired by well selected sake from different region of Japan.
*Depends on the menu, around 8 to 10 types of sake will be served.
*Non alcohol drinks will be provided if the guest do not drink sake.
*Dessert and matcha is included at the end of the menu. 
Business day Every Tuesday to Friday
Business hours 21:00-24:00 (L.O.)
※As soon as the course meal guests are finished.
Menu Bottled beer ¥1,000 (before tax)
Janaense Sake (90ml) ¥700~ (before tax)
Janaense Sake (180ml) ¥1,200~ (before tax)
In addition, Japanese whiskey, gin, vodka etc. are also available
Food (delicacy) ¥700~ (before tax)
※The charge is ¥500 (before tax).


Address2nd flour, Kagurazaka Tsunasho Terrace,
4-3-11, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
*Relocated in April 2017.
Phone 03−3269−4556
By train5 minutes walk from each station listed below West exit, Iidabashi Station, JR B3 exit, Iidabashi Station, Chikatetsu-tozai line, Nanboku line, Yurakucho line, Oedo line No.1 exit, Kagurazaka Station, chikatetsu-touzai line A3 exit, Ushigome-Kagurazaka Station, chikatetsu-oedo line