KAMACHIKU
KAMACHIKU

KAMACHIKU TOKYO

2-14-18 Nezu, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113−0031, Japan
Udon noodles, tempura and Sake by the glass in a century-old redbrick kura (storehouse), in the beautiful, hip and historical area of Nezu. Add that kamachiku has been refurbished and extended with a glass box with an amazing garden view. All designed by Kengo Kuma.
Recommended by Christian Scott Rasmusson Founder, Architect Scott Rasmusson Källander
Christian Scott Rasmusson

For the ones that want to experience a proper bowl of noodles in a properly Japanese looking room, overlooking a real Japanese garden… come here. the building used to be the warehouse of a former merchant. It has now been restored by architect Kuma Kengo and transformed into a dining space, with the addition of a glass conservatory that looks into the garden. Before or after your meal you will be able to enjoy the history of the neighbourhood, something they are proud of.

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