A casual Shokudou where you can enjoy authentic Japanese Sake and dishes with natural flavors.
sentiments passed down
and deepening flavors
The city of Komatsu is associated with “urasenke” (one of the main schools of Japanese tea ceremony) and the culture of “chanoyu” (a Japanese ceremony at which tea is prepared, served, and taken with an ancient and involved ritual) has been passed down since ancient times. The size of our room is “yojohan” (four-and-a-half) tatami mats typical for a tea ceremony. Our tasting room is called “Touan” -- a hermitage for the toji and our guests.
With the counter for service, plaster walls, and seasonal scenery outside the window, one can enjoy a new experience of sake and food in a quiet space reminiscent of a tearoom.
The concept of this event is to fuse "Sake" and "Gastronomy" in a food event held at the "Touan" tasting room.