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KAISEKI MENU

Valentine’s Menu

THIRTEEN COURSES, $385

February 14

Please join us for our special Valentine’s Menu consisting of dishes that inspire life, love, and happiness.  We will be serving our Valentine’s Menu in place of our winter kaiseki menu Wednesday 2/14. 

Due to the limited nature of this event, we kindly decline any dietary restrictions; no substitutions will be allowed. Please note the menu consists of courses that may include seafood, poultry and meat.

VALENTINE’S WINE AND SAKE PAIRING

$250

MODERN KAISEKI

THIRTEEN COURSES, $310

A deep exploration of traditional Kaiseki service with modern accents in technique and flavor pairings.

This menu will not be available February 14.

VEGETARIAN TASTING

THIRTEEN COURSES, $310

Reinterprets a modest Modern Kaiseki menu with purely vegetarian elements. We respectfully decline vegan requests.

This menu will not be available February 14.

 

Please note: special event menu pricing may be higher. Your menu selection will be confirmed a few days prior to your reservation. We source the ingredients especially for each guest to ensure the highest quality.

WINE AND SAKE PAIRING

This menu will not be available February 14.

$175

WINE AND SAKE MENU

We are proud to feature an inspired list of wines and sakes from around the world. A selection of treasured and rare varietals that are delicate and offer a subtle finesse to complement chef Nakayama’s cuisine. We are also excited by the recent explosion of artisanal sakes with long histories that are now available stateside. Guests will experience incredible sake textures and flavors that will entice them like never before. Select a pairing or allow us to suggest one of many wines and sakes available by the glass. Every pour arrives at your table with a story that unfurls as you enjoy each course.

Our corkage fee is $85 per 750ml bottle not represented on our wine and sake list. We request that you limit one bottle for every two guests at the table.

(glass/carafe)

Atago no Matsu, Honjozo, Niizawa Shuzo, Miyagi
10/40

Heiwa KID, “Agara no Tade Sodateta,” Junmai 80%, Heiwa Shuzo, Wakayama
16/ 65

Mutsu Hassen “Pink Label,” Ginjo, Hachinohe Shuzo, Aomori
15/60

Sohomare “Indigo,” Junmai Ginjo, Sohomare Shuzo, Tochigi
15/60

Kokuryu, Junmai Ginjo, Kokuryu Shuzo, Fukui
15/60

Banshu Ikkon “Chokara,” Junmai Ginjo, Sanyohai Shuzo, Hyogo
16/65

Chokaisan, Junmai Daiginjo Muroka Nama Genshu, Tenju Shuzo, Akita
15/60

Shichida “Black”, Junmai Daiginjo, Tenzan Brewery, Saga
22/88

Gozenshu Bodaimoto Nigori, Junmai, Tsuji Honten, Okayama
15/60

Yuzu Omoi, Yuzu Sake, Yamamoto Honke, Kyoto
15/60

Kagatsuru, Umeshu, Yachiya Shuzo, Ishikawa
12/48

Champagne, Dom Pérignon, Épernay, France ’12
140

Crémant de Bourgogne, François Mikulski, Brut, Meursault, France MV
25

Pet’Nat, Trousseau, Combe, Ballard Canyon, California ’21
28

Sekt, Nik Weis, “Cuvée Clara,” Brut, Mosel, Germany MV
36

Chardonnay, Ernest Vineyards, Sonoma Coast, California ’21
27

Grüner Veltliner, Alzinger, “Ried Loibenberg,” Federspiel, Wachau, Austria ’22
30

Riesling, Nik Weis, Wiltinger Alte Reben, Mosel, Germany ’20
20

Roussane, “Uni”, Stolpman Vineyards, Ballard Canyon, California ’21
18

Gamay/Pinot Noir, Pence Vineyards, “PTG,” Sta. Rita Hills, California ’21
22

Pinot Noir, Bachelet-Monnot, “Les Charmes Dessus,”
Santenay, Burgundy, France ’20
36

Ginjo 7 Tripel, Nova Brewing Co., Covina, California (16oz)
16

Hyakumangoku Kanazawa Weizen, Waku Waku Farms, Ishikawa
13

Kyoto Yamadanishiki Ale, Kizakura, Kyoto
11

Chenin Blanc, Domaine de la Taille Aux Loups, “Romulus,”
Montlouis Sur Loire, France ’17
35

Moscato Giallo, Vignalta, “Alpianæ”, Veneto, Italy ’17
27

Ratafia de Champagne, Chavost, Solera, France MV
25

Emishiki, “Monsoon,” Kijoshu, Emishiki Shuzo, Shiga
13

Tamagawa, “Time Machine,” Hierloom Amber Sake, Kinoshita Shuzo, Kyoto ’21
18

TOHOKU

Akabu, Junmai Ginjo, Akabu Shuzo, Iwate
100

Akabu, “Gokujo no Kire,” Junmai Daiginjo, Akabu Shuzo, Iwate
345

Denshu, Tokubetsu Junmai, Nishida Shuzoten, Aomori
105

Dewazakura, “Mountain Cherry”, Daiginjo, Dewazakura Shuzo, Yamagata
175

Dewazakura, “Yukimanman,” Daiginjo, Dewazakura Shuzo, Yamagata
260

Ken, Daiginjo, Suehiro Shuzo, Fukushima
180

Kyokusen, Junmai Daiginjo, Asabiraki Shuzo, Iwate
320

Mutsu Hassen, “Isaribi,” Tokubetsu Junmai, Hachinohe Shuzo, Aomori
80

Tatenokawa, “18,” Junmai Daiginjo, Tatenokawa Shuzo, Yamagata
450

Tenko 20, “Heavenly Grace,” Junmai Daiginjo, Kodama Jozo, Akita
450

Toko “Divine Droplets”, Junmai Daiginjo, Kojima Sohonten, Yamagata
160

Toko “Ultraluxe”, Junmai Daiginjo, Kojima Sohonten, Yamagata
250

Uka, “Black Label,” Junmai Daiginjo, Ninki Shuzo, Fukushima
110

Uka, “Dry,” Junmai Daiginjo, Ninki Shuzo, Fukushima
110

KANTO

Izumibashi, “Rakufumai” Kimoto, Junmai Daiginjo, Izumibashi Shuzo, Kanagawa
240

Seitoku “Prince of Peace,” Daiginjo, Seitoku Meijo, Gunma
150

Sohomare, “Tuxedo,” Kimoto Junmai Daiginjo, Sohomare Shuzo, Tochigi
155

CHUBU

Dan, Junmai, Sasaichi Shuzo, Yamanashi
80

Isojiman Nakadori “35,” Junmai Daiginjo, Isojiman Shuzo, Shizuoka
1800

Iwa 5, Assemblage 3 Junmai Daiginjo, Shiraiwa K.K., Toyama
420

Kokuryu, Junmai Ginjo, Kokuryu Shuzo, Fukui
95

Kokuryu Ryu,” Junmai Daiginjo, Kokuryu Brewery, Fukui
205

Kokuryu “Hachijuhachigo,” Daiginjo, Kokuryu Shuzo, Fukui
400

Kuheiji, “Kyou Den,” Junmai Daiginjo, Banjo Jozo, Aichi
195

Masumi, “Origarami,” Sparkling Sake, Miyasaka Jozo, Nagano
100

Masumi, “Nanago,” Yamahai Junmai Daiginjo, Miyasaka Jozo, Nagano
245

Noguchi, Junmai Daiginjo Nama, Noguchi Naohiko Kenkyujo, Ishikawa
350

Nishide, “100 Year Sake,” Junmai Daiginjo, Nishide Shuzo, Ishikawa
300

Shishi No Sato, “Aiyama,” Junmai Daiginjo, Matsuura Shuzo, Ishikawa
150

KANSAI

Jikon, Tokubetsu Junmai, Kiyasho Shuzo, Mie
100

Kaze no Mori, Muroka Nama Genshu, Junmai, Yucho Shuzo, Nara
80

Muryozan, Junmai Ginjo, Heiwa Shuzo, Wakayama
160

Muryozan 30, Junmai Daiginjo, Heiwa Shuzo Wakayama
990

Tamagawa, “Kinsho,” Daiginjo, Kinoshita Shuzo, Kyoto
115

Zaku, “Asahi-Mai,” Junmai Daiginjo, Shimizu Seizaburo Shoten, Mie
110

CHUGOKU

Chiyomusubi, “Goriki 50,” Junmai Ginjo, Chiyomusubi Shuzo, Tottori
120

Fukucho “Moon on the Water”, Junmai Ginjo, Imada Shuzo, Hiroshima
80

Harada, Junmai Daiginjo, Hatsumomidi, Yamaguchi
105

Ohmine, “3Grain,” Junmai Daiginjo, Ohmine Shuzo, Yamaguchi
95

Ohmine, “2Grain,” Junmai Daiginjo, Ohmine Shuzo, Yamaguchi
270

KYUSHU, SHIKOKU

Bijofu, “Hina,” Junmai Daiginjo, Hamakawa Shoten, Kochi
110

Nabeshima, “Aiyama,” Junmai Daiginjo, Fukuchiyo Shuzo, Saga
155

Shichida “Black”, Junmai Daiginjo, Tenzan Shuzo, Saga
195

Wakabotan, “Hinohikari 50,” Junmai Ginjo, Koku no Kura, Oita
95

Wakabotan, “Hinohikari 50,” Junmai Ginjo, Koku no Kura, Oita
95

MULTI-VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE

Billecart-Salmon, “Sous Bois”, Brut
235

Drappier, “Quattuor”, Blanc de Blanc
300

Philippe Glavier, “La Grace d’Alphael,” Grand Cru, Extra Brut
225

Pierre Peters, “Cuvée de Réserve,” Blanc de Blancs, Brut, Grand Cru
155

VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE

Camille Saves, “Cuvee Anais Jolie Coeur”, Grand Cru, Brut ’15
230

Hugues Godmé, “Les Champs Saint Martin,” Grand Cru, Extra Brut ’10
275

Hugues Godmé, Millésime, Brut ’12
225

Pol Roger, Brut ’13
275

Pol Roger, Brut ’15
270

Pol Roger, Brut, Blanc de Blancs ’12
270

Pol Roger, Brut, Blanc de Blancs ’15
300

Vazart-Coquart et Fils, Special Club, Grand Cru, Blanc de Blancs ’14
205

Vilmart et Cie, “Coeur de Cuvee,” 1er Cru, Brut ’12
330

CUVÉE DE PRESTIGE

Dom Pérignon ’12
350

Dom Pérignon Plénitude 2 ’00
1050

Dom Pérignon Plénitude 2 ’03
975

ROSÉ CHAMPAGNE

Dom Pérignon Rosé ’08
1050

Chavost, Rosé de Saignée, Brut Nature MV
180

Drappier, “Grande Sendrée” Rosé, Brut ’10
315

Rene Geoffroy, 1er Cru, Brut Rosé de Saignée MV
160

Aligoté, Chanterêves, “Les Chagniots,” Burgundy, France ’20
140

Aligoté, Les Horées, “En Coulezain,” Burgundy, France ’20
130

Arneis, Vietti, Roero, Piedmont, Italy ’21
80

Chablis, Domaine Laroche, 1er Cru, “Les Fourchaumes,” Burgundy, France ’21
170

Chablis, Domaine Pinson Frères, 1er Cru, “Le Forêt,” Burgundy, France ’21
120

Chablis, Domaine Pinson Frères, Grand Cru, “Les Clos,” Burgundy, France ’20
195

Chardonnay, Armand Heitz, 1er Cru, “Les Chenevottes,” Chassagne-Montrachet, Burgundy, FR ’19
260

Chardonnay, Chanterêves, Corton Charlemagne, Grand Cru, Burgundy, France ’20
850

Chardonnay, Joseph Colin, Chassagne Montrachet, Burgundy, France ’21
220

Chardonnay, Joseph Colin, “Mes Sept Terroirs,” Saint-Aubin, Burgundy France ’21
160

Chardonnay, Mayacamas, “Mt. Veeder,” Napa Valley, California ’21
160

Gewürztraminer, Famille Hugel, “Grossi Laüe,” Alsace, France ’11
195

Grüner Veltliner, Alzinger, “Ried Mühlpoint,” Smaragd, Wachau, Austria ’21
115

Grüner Veltliner, Schloss Gobelsburg, Erste Lage, “Ried Lamm,” Kamptal, Austria ’19
160

Marsanne, Maison Jean-Baptiste Souillard, “Le Tout,” Crozes-Hermitage, France ’17
135

Pinot Blanc, Jintaro Yura, “L’abeille et le Papillon,” Alsace, France ’20
120

Pinot Blanc, Selbach Oster, Mosel, Germany ’19
55

Riesling, Jintaro Yura, “Le Silence Et La Resonance,” Alsace, France ’21
120

Riesling, Schloss Johannisberg, “Silberlack,” Grosse Gewächs, Rheingau, Germany ’18
190

Riesling, Selbach Oster, “Zeltinger Schlossberg,” Spätlese, Mosel, Germany ’19
75

Riesling, Von Winning, “Deidesheimer Kieselberg,” Grosse Gewächs, Pfalz, Germany ’21
170

Riesling, Von Winning, Grosses Gewächs, “Forster Jesuitengarten,” Mosel, Germany ’21
280

Roussanne, Stolpman Vineyards, “L’Avion,” Ballard Canyon, California ’19
85

Sauvignon Blanc, Domaine Vincent Pinardl, “Grand Chemari,” Sancerre, France ’19
225

Marsannay, Sylvain Pataille, “Fleur de Pinot,” Burgundy, France ’18
145

Bordeaux Blend, “Cain Five,” Cain Winery, Napa Valley, California ’17
250

Cabernet Franc, Kenzo Estate, “Asuka,” Napa Valley, California ’13
330

Cabernet Sauvignon, Abreu Vineyards, “Madrona Ranch”, Napa Valley, California ‘ 08
1100

Cabernet Sauvignon, Abreu Vineyards, “Cappella”, Napa Valley, California ’08
975

Cabernet Sauvignon, Corison, Napa Valley, California ’18
240

Cabernet Sauvignon, Corison, Napa Valley, California ’19
250

Cabernet Sauvignon, Corison, Napa Valley, California ’20 
250

Grenache, Pedres Blanques, Côtes Catalanes, France ’19
200

Meritage, Moraga Estate, Bel Air, California ’08
260

Pinot Noir, Hanzell Vineyards, Sonoma Coast, California ’16
250

Pinot Noir, Bachelet-Monnot, “Les Chanlins,” Pommard, Burgundy, France ’19
165

Pinot Noir, Benjamin Leroux, Chambolle-Musigny, Burgundy, France ’20
265

Pinot Noir, Chanterêves, “Dessus de Montchenevoy,” Savigny Les Beaune, Burgundy, France ’20
200

Pinot Noir, Domaine A.F. Gros, 1er Cru, “Clos des Guettes,” Savigny Les Beaune, Burgundy, France ’18
250

Pinot Noir, Domaine Sylvain Cathiard, 1er Cru, “Aux Thorey,” Nuits Saint Georges, Burgundy, France ’20
600

Pinot Noir, Les Horées, “Les Prévolles,” Beaune, Burgundy, France ’20
240

Pinot Noir, Littorai, “Cerise Vineyard,” Anderson Valley, Mendocino, California ’21
210

Pinot Noir, Maison Camille Giroud, 1er Cru, “Aux Échages,” Chambolle Musigny, Burgundy, France ’18
425

Syrah, Domaine Rouchier, “Luc,” Saint-Joseph, Rhone, France ’19
145

Moscato Giallo, Vignalta, “Alpianæ”, Veneto, Italy ’17 (375mL)
85

Two Michelin stars

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