Kaiseki Teishoku is a type of Japanese set meal, where all the dishes in the course are served together as a set. It is a balanced combination of white rice, miso soup, tsukemono, and your choice of main dish. In Japan, the word "Ichiju- Issai", which means a bowl of soup and one dish, is the origin of Japanese Teishoku culture. This has gradually evolved into the meal sets of today. Teishoku is healthy and a popular food culture in Japan.
Our Head Chef Hiroshi Shimizu and his team, with over 40 years experience, use the finest local produce to create an imaginative menu of Kaiseki Teishoku. With its own fusion of eclectic energy, Marae Izakaya is an experience unlike any other.