Shinjuku Kappo Nakajima "inheriting the discipline of Rosanjin"
Enjoy tuna, halibut, and mackerel sushi while enjoying the chef's knife skills preparing it.
The famous mackerel sushi is a dish with a refreshing aftertaste, produced by adding just the right amount of nihaizu (a mixture of soy sauce and vinegar) to kelp and then dipping it in citrus fruit juice. Even in our course meals, they prepare the seasonal sea food in a range of different styles, such as sashimi (sliced raw fish), as soup, or grilled. The main focus at our restaurant are the course meals, but they can change the ingredients and cooking method after consulting with the customer placing the order. They place emphasis on responding to the customers and promise them a good time. They have two different types of private rooms, with chairs or floor seating available. The Japanese style floor seating has a space for your legs, so that you can stretch out and relax. If you want to enjoy the charms of a Japanese style restaurant, we recommend our 10 seats at the counter.
Shouldering the history of Japanese cooking and inheriting the legacy of first-class chefs
Sadaharu Nakajima was born in Tokyo in 1956. His grandfather worked as a first generation chef at Hoshigaoka, presided over by the famed artist Rosanjin Kitaoji, and in 1931 established Kappo Nakajima in Ginza. His father opened the independently-affiliated Shinjuku Kappo Nakajima, and Mr. Nakajima himself joined the shop in 1980 after training in Kyoto. Succeeding the culinary philosophy of his father, his grandfather and Rosanjin, he stands upon the fundamental traditions of Kansai (western Japanese) traditional cooking, all while exercising creativity in the development of new dishes. With his passion for food education, he has also taken on other roles such as the president of the Chojin ("superman") Chef's Club and is active across many fields.
- [Weekdays, Saturday, Days before holidays] Lunch 11:30-14:00 Course menu last order 13:00/Set menu last order 13:45/Dinner 17:30-22:00 (last order 20:00)
- Hiwara Building B1F,3-32-5 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo
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