Just two-minutes walk from Azabu-Juban Station, 'Kamatsuda' is an excellent hideaway, with a blend of elegance and casual downtown vibes.
The staircase decorated with modern and classic art leads to the underground dining area where black-toned interior produces a playful and comfortable mood. Here, 'Kamatsuda' offers a unique and creative dining experience using first-class ingredients from Ishikawa prefecture's Noto Peninsula.
Owner-chef Ken Kamatsuda, exposed to French cuisine as a child, naturally grew fascinated with the art of gastronomy. He opened “Kamatsuda” in 2015, after gaining experiences such as the opening staff of Roppongi's Grand Hyatt Tokyo.
'Kamatsuda” inspiration comes from his passion and frequent trips to Noto, where he discovers the rare ingredients. As an example, Mr. Omura's three-year-old turkey from Wajima-Monzen; raised locally is sent directly to 'Kamatsuda'.
In addition to the great food experience, 'Kamatsuda' has an excellent cellar with great selection of wines and other beverages including cocktails. Please do try the pairing menu or the dazzling fresh-fruit cocktails of the season. For non-alcohol drinkers, 'Kamatsuda' provides a pairing menu with famous teas from 'The Tea Company', which is so popular that restaurant also offers them as take-home gifts. Across from 'Kamatsuda', you can find the take-out shop 'La Charcuterie Kamatsuda', which offers delicious menus from onion-gratin soup, terrine, and tarte tatin as well as teas.
Based on Chef Kamatsuda’s mantra “kitchen as a stage”, the restaurant has 7 counter seats and 2 table seats (for 3-4) in the back. With live proximity to the kitchen, the counter is a great seating for single guests, while the table makes a perfect seating for dates, receptions and anniversaries. This will surely be an awing dining experience that will satisfy your every desire for any occasion.
* The availability of this webpage in English does not guarantee that the restaurant can provide services in English. Please be aware that there may be days when English speaking staffs are unavailable
2-minutes walk from Azabu-Juban Station (Exit A4), Toei Oedo Line
2-minutes walk from Azabu-Juban Station (Exit A4), Nanboku Oedo Line