Following “Sushi” and “Tempura”.
SAISHOKU, the new universal language of Japanese food

More and more people around the world are restricting their diets and turning to halal, vegan or vegetarian meals for reasons of religion, animal and environmental protection, and health consciousness.
Based on “Shojin Ryori” (Japanese Buddhist vegetarian cuisine), which has been the embodiment of food culture since the Kamakura period (1185-1333), we have developed a plant-based menu that meets the needs of the modern age.
We hope you enjoy the special kaiseki meal from Kyoto’s long-established ryotei (high-class fine dining) restaurants and the “SAISHOKU-Fair”m a profound cultural experience.

Period: January – February 2024 (8 sessions)
Time: 11:00 – 14:00 each time (reception: from 11:00) *Differs depending on some stores
Participation fee: 15,000 yen (tax included)
(Limited to 30 people for each session)

Plan List

The photo of the plan is for illustrative purposes only.

「SAISHOKU-Fair」promotion movie