A new encounter between Japanese sake and Japanese cuisine! Ginza Hassen is the first restaurant set up by Mutsu region's pride sake master qualified Hachinohe Sake Brewery founded 248 years ago.
Indulge in a culinary experience like no other at Ginza Hassen, a renowned Japanese cuisine restaurant in Tokyo. Led by master chef and dining director, Shuichi Sugimoto, Ginza Hassen offers a unique blend of traditional and modern flavors, showcasing the artistry of Japanese cuisine.
High-grade kitchen knives made by a family of swordsmiths with a history of over 200 years. The secret techniques of sword making, loved by warlords, are utilised.
The handkerchief comes wrapped with a mini envelope containing a postcard or message card. You can add a personal message to the card inside, place a small gift in the envelope, and then wrap it all with the handkerchief for a thoughtful presentation.
This traditional haori is designed to blend contemporary design with Niigata's traditional textile, "Kameda Stripes."
HAYAMICHI is a compact wallet crafted using the matured leather known as "Matured Chrome Leather." The wallet features two pockets that can be adjusted to your personal specifications
Best Pot is a clay pot that enables waterless cooking, made by combining cast iron and Banko-Yaki, a specialty product from Yokkaichi City, Mie Prefecture.
Even if you're not a fan of eel, you can still savor it at Hanabusa.
Our original dish features juicy, high-quality Unagi (Japanese for eel) from Ichikosan, grilled to perfection with a crispy exterior and a rich glaze made with Tamari soy sauce from Sanjo and thick Sanjo mirin.
Embark on a culinary journey through the time-honored Japanese techniques of "fermentation" and "aging." A Japanese restaurant operated by "Hikari Miso," a brand dedicated to the pursuit of these ancient Japanese culinary methods for 80 years.