Ai to Ibukuro
We operate in a 170-year old Japanese kominka-style house located at “Nagasawa Yado”,
a posting station that once flourished as a tourist town on the Saku Koshu Kaido.
Our selection of vegetables, freshwater fish, and free range animals are all grown and raised with care by local professionals in the rich natural environment of Yatsugatake.
Wild game and mushroom dishes that are hunted in the woods by the chef himself can occasionally be found on the menu.
Our classic & modern French-style dishes are prepared using a combination of nature, local farmers, and chefs.
Our dinnerware is also made locally by artists in Yatsugatake.
We welcome everyone from children to the elderly.
Savor the moment with your loved ones and enjoy Japanese wine and tea from Yamanashi and Nagano and their terroir.
Allergies and special ingredients
We offer omakase style course menus only and no a la cart menu is available.
If you have allergies or specific ingredients you prefer to avoid please let us know upon making reservation.
If not informed prior to your visit it may be difficult to take a special request depending on the availability of the ingredients.
T-shirt, shorts or sandals are not acceptable.
Booking through our website must be confirmed by an email or a phone call. If not confirmed by the previous day it will be automatically cancelled. Please have your account set up to receive emails from “Tayori”.
Please cancel or modify at least 2 days prior to your reservation date to avoid a late cancellation fee.
In the event of a cancellation on the previous day of the reservation date, there will be a cancellation charge of 70% of your course menus booked. In the event of a no-show, a full-amount will be charged.
Please read the terms and tick the box to proceed to the online reservation.
By Expressway Bus