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USD 58 - USD 144
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Japanese, Sushi, Kaiseki, Kappo, Healthy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

An amazing experience. Having lived in Japan for 7+ years now, I can honestly say this is one of the most unique and unforgettable dining experiences I've had. We were able to learn a lot about the local ingredients of Mie prefecture. Chef Tanaka meticulously...crafts a new menu for each month as an expression of the current season. Each dish had it's own unique charm and showcased not only the skill of the chef but also the freshness of the local ingredients.The whole restaurant is very detail orientated while still maintaining a very warm and welcoming vibe. The staff are all very friendly and attentive. It's the little details that Ise Sueyoshi does very well, and we were made to feel very special. We will definitely be back! Thank you for such a wonderful evening.More

Date of visit: January 2021
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Reviewed 24 August 2020

One of the most memorable meals I’ve had during my time in Japan. Authentic and honest food that speaks of the chef’s history and culture in such a beautiful way. Every bite told a story. Intimate space and wonderful service and Japanese hospitality. (Visited June...2019)More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed 17 August 2020

Kaiseki has been on my list before going back to my home country as I wanted to experience the traditional japanese culture and Ise Sueyoshi did not disappointed me. Great menu and great chef. Would return in this restaurant if I ever have the opportunity...to come back to Tokyo. (Even though it is food from Mie Prefecture :D)More

Date of visit: August 2020
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Reviewed 1 April 2020

What better way to experience the heart of a community and culture than to survey various flavor profiles and preparations…all paired with the local libations? It is for us one of the highlights of every trip. Our experience at Ise is in some ways difficult...to describe. The intimate setting combined with the genuinely welcoming and warm hospitality immediately dispels any semblance of pretentiousness. The atmosphere feels more like an evening shared around the table with friends or family than “going out” to a fancy restaurant. While we are feeling comfortably at home, however, the chef and his team are meticulously crafting the most incredible plates we’ve ever had. Each dish is explained and presented as part of a story, illustrated both through the quality of the ingredients and the picture book that anchors each course to the region we are celebrating. The meal is colorful, flavorful, and educational! The sake pairing is a must. We admittedly had little knowledge of sake outside of our hometown sushi places, but left with a newfound appreciation for the complexity and depth of possibilities within the sake family. We really can’t say enough good things about Ise. It was true artistry. True beauty. And truly enjoyable! Our favorite dishes from the night were the Roasted Venison from Mie, Ise Ebi Lobster, Hot Pot of Fugu, and Matcha Fondant Chocolate. We will never forget it, and genuinely hope to return someday soon!More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 25 March 2020

We both had visited the restaurant a couple of years ago and absolutely loved it and this return visit was something we much looked forward to. The care taken with the food, the sake pairings, the explanations, the diverse flavors, and the impeccable presentation are...stunning and each course included fresh, specifically sourced ingredients that sometimes surprised. The blowfish stew we enjoyed came with sake enhanced by a blowfish fin. As with last time, this is not so much a meal as an experience. It was a particularly poignant dinner as I had to return to the USA unexpectedly the following day because the State Department had requested all travelers return; this was a superb ending to the visit. I can’t wait for my next visit.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 13 March 2020 via mobile

Just special! My girlfriend and I booked months ahead of our trip to Japan, and were not disappointed. The food was incredible, and service from Yuuki and his team perfect. So much thought had been put into each dish, and my girlfriend loved her vegan...courses too. We went big and got the sake pairing too, would recommend! I’d say if you want to treat yourself in Tokyo, and can get a seat here, it’s a must do. One of the highlights of our fortnight in Japan.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 22 February 2020

Truly a unique experience. The intimate setting, friendliness of the three chefs, and skill combine into a multi-course bonanza. My favorite was a matcha soufflé- if I must pick just one. I doubt I’ll encounter anything quite like it again. Be warned ALLOT YOURSELF TIME...to locate the restaurant. I was late, walking for 45-60m searching. They apologized for what really was my fault. I’m so glad I persevered and found the place. So glad.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 22 February 2020

Delicious and amazing experience! The chefs were also very accommodating for dietary restrictions. It truly was such an intimate and wonderful time. The chef/owner also speaks excellent english, so it was great to be able to discuss his cuisine and background.

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed 20 February 2020

Ann immersive journey from beginning to end with the chefs. There was a backstory to each item, an explanation for the dish. Great pacing, great sake pairing, very intimate atmosphere. Chefs were very attentive and focused on the details.

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 16 February 2020

My family and I loved our visit to Ise Sueyoshi. Chef Tanaka and his team were extremely knowledgeable, adjusted the menu flawlessly for our dietary restrictions, and provided excellent service throughout the meal. Every dish was delicious and represented the ingredients beautifully. We will definitely...be going back to Ise Sueyoshi our next visit to Tokyo - it was absolutely worth the trip!More

Date of visit: February 2020
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AndriaRB
26 October 2019|
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Response from isesueyoshi | Property representative |
Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately,We will close from January 12th to January 19th 2020 due to new year holidays. You can check the seats availability, and please fill in the required items to make a reservation on... More
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25 October 2019|
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Response from A_OKD | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I was there a few weeks ago and there is a private room that seats 6 (in addition to the 4 seats at the counter). I doubt Chef Yuuki-san will be able to accommodate 8 at the last minute but you can try calling to... More
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