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French Cha Kaiseki from Kyoto, ancient capital of Japan

Kyoto is an ancient capital of Japan, where the noble court people had created the Japanese dynasty culture, and later Sado, Chado, or Way of Tea was developed. "Cha Kaiseki" or the meal of Sado was born when the Japanese Tea culture became part of this elegant Japanese dynasty culture. Fukujuen developed French Cha Kaiseki using Ujicha(authentic Japanese Tea) for French cuisine. Please enjoy the Fukujuen’s French Cha Kaiseki produced by Chef Nakano, the former Grand Master Chef of Maxim’s de Paris Ginza. And for your teatime, please enjoy the traditional Fukujuen’s Ujicha.


料理イメージ

Miyabi 4,000yen(including tax 4,320yen)

Welcome Tea
Choose one of the two
  1. Chilled couscous and grilled tuna flavored with Matcha
  2. Chilled foie gras peach melba style
    +1,000yen(including tax 1,080yen)
Potage of seasonal vegetables delivered from Kyoto

Today’s main dish choose one of the three

  1. Seasonal seafood dish using Uji-cha
  2. Veal Loin Steak with Matcha and ginger shoot sauce
  3. Kyoto Wagyu Steak with Tencha sauce ravigote
    Tencha…Material for making Matcha
    +1,000yen(including tax 1,080yen)
Assortment of Seasonal Japanese & Western Sweets
Usucha (thin Matcha)
Usucha can be changed to Koicha (thick Matcha) at 500yen (tax included 540yen)


料理イメージ

Miyako 2,500yen(including tax 2,700yen)

Chilled couscous and grilled tuna flavored with Matcha
+1,000yen(including tax 1,080yen)
Potage of seasonal vegetables delivered from Kyoto

Today’s main dish choose one of the two

  1. Seasonal seafood dish using Uji-cha
  2. Veal Loin Steak with Matcha and ginger shoot sauce
Assortment of Seasonal Japanese & Western Sweets
Usucha (thin Matcha)
Usucha can be changed to Koicha (thick Matcha) at 500yen (tax included 540yen)

For food allergy information, please feel free to ask our staff.

Our shop is using domestically produced rice.

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