Toman beef (Japanese Black Wagyu)
form Miyazaki Prefecture
The owner-chef personally visits farms and carefully selects the Wagyu beef.
The meat of the Wagyu raised on a healthy diet of pesticide-free tea leaves, seaweed, rice, Sake lees, rice bran and barley is superb!
It boasts healthy low-fat lean meat without being over-marbled.
Enjoy the delicious taste of the finest beef grilled on a teppan hot plate!
Fresh vegetables grown in our own fields
with no pesticides and no chemical fertilisers.
Enjoy safe, healthy and tasty vegetables.
We are particular about our vegetables.
We grow them from scratch in our own fields with no pesticides and no chemical fertilisers so they're fresh as a whistle!
They have a sweeter and more intense flavour than other vegetables.
Locally grown vegetables are used in the 'Freshly-picked salad of the day', fish dishes and others. Enjoy the lively taste of the vegetables.
DOMAINE LES CAPRIADES / Loire
One of the wineries where Chef Muto worked.
Their angelic personality is blended into the wine, which is gentle to drink. The charming naming of the wine 'girl trap' is also typical of them.
LES VINS VIVANTS
Mr and Mrs Ogino, who love vin nature began cultivating grapes with the aim of "making delicious natural wine in Japan" and started their winery in 2019. They are one of Senju's favourite wineries.
The "unfiltered wines" brewed by Chef Muto's friend Ishimoto aka Issy are pure and reflect his friendly personality.
He is a greedy challenger who releases different types of wine every year.
Fragrant sake brewed by Mr and Mrs Niida in Koriyama city.
They are wonderful sake brewery protecting the farm field.
Enjoy this beautiful sake made from rice grown without pesticides nor chemical fertilisers.
DOMAINE GRAND CLERE / FRANCOIS BLANCHARD Loire
François's wines we've always loved to drink.
Finally we got to visit in 2019 and added his wine on the list!
Wine is like music, rhythm is important, he says.
La Grand Colline
La Grande Colline
Japanese winemaker Hirotake Ooka, who makes natural wines based in the Northern Rhone, has returned to Japan and set up this winery!
Le Canon is a French masculine word meaning "Let's have a drink!"
As the name suggests, it is casual, elegant and easy to enjoy!
Private parties of 10 to 30 people are available on request.
For your loved one, special welcome parties, etc...
Postal code 190-0012
3-4-3 Akebono-cho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo
Closed: Wednesdays, with occasional closures
Opening hours: 6pm - 10pm
(Food/ Drinks L.O. 8:30pm)
Supported by RHEMS Design Lab