Japanese Restaurant Kyoyuzen Hanamiyako

Central Ibaraki

Japanese Food


This authentic restaurant incorporates traditional Kyoto cuisine and Edo (the original name of Tokyo) cuisine. It is the first restaurant in Ibaraki Prefecture to be recognised by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries as a 'Culinary Masters', a nationally recognised award system for chefs. It is also featured in the renowned French restaurant guide "Gault et Millau Japan 2023," which represents one of the finest establishments in Ibaraki.
The owner, who has dreamed of becoming a chef since childhood, honed his skills in high-end ryotei (traditional Japanese restaurants). In 1993, he opened "Kyoyuzen® Hanamiyako®," where he traveled to production areas across the country to carefully select ingredients. As a pioneer of terroir, he is dedicated to using the rich ingredients of Ibaraki Prefecture, offering seasonal dishes throughout the year. The authentic sukiya-style restaurant has three traditional Japanese-style rooms, with decorations and furnishings created by living national treasures and master craftsmen. There are lacquered tables, custom-made mahogany chairs, and an authentic tea ceremony room.
The restaurant is renowned for its popularity among ambassadors and celebrities worldwide and attracts visitors from various countries. Thus, we recommend making an early reservation to secure a table.


3-14-26 Sasanocho, Hitachinaka City
By public transport:
About 8 minutes by taxi from Katsuta Station.
By car:
About 10 minutes from Hitachi Kaihin Koen IC on the Joban Expressway
About 25 minutes from Hitachinaka IC on the Kita-Kanto Expressway
Business Hours
11:30 - 14:30 (L.O. 12:00)
17:30 - 22:00 (L.O. 19:00)
Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays. However, reservations for groups of 6 or more may be possible even on regular closing days.
Standard-sized cars: 4
Microbuses: 1 *Reservations required
Large buses: 1 *Reservations required


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