Got interested in any special experiences at this Japanese “Sengoku Buyuden” Restaurant? This restaurant is designed like the civil war era. The more you are interested in Japanese History and particular culture, the more you will be attracted!
“Sengoku” means the country in the civil war, and “Buyuden” means somebody’s heroic episode.
Not only this restaurant interior but the healthy delicious dishes are enjoyable points. Dishes are also designed and named after what they are. You can sure enjoy the naming of each dishes and drinks at this restaurant as well as their tastes, ofcourse!
There have 4 themes inside this restaurant. Each theme follows each era / incident.
The “Honno-ji no hen”, The “Osaka natsu no jin”, The “Sekigahara no tatakai”, and The “Keicho dewa gassen”.
①The “Honno-ji no hen” refers to the forced suicide of Japanese daimyo, Nobunaga Oda.
②The “Osaka natsu no jin” (The Siege of Osaka) was a series of battles undertaken by the Tokugawa shogunate against the Toyotomi clan, and ending in that clan’s destruction. Divided into two stages (Winter Campaign and Summer Campaign), and this is the latter one.
③The ”Sekigahara no tatakai” (The battle of Sekigahara) was a decisive battle in 1600 that preceded the establishment of the Tokugawa shogunate.
④ The “Keicho dewa gassen” (The siege of Hase) was a battle between Keisho Uesugi (West) and Masamune Date, Yoshiaki Mogami in Dewa area. This battle is called as “Eastern SEKIGAHARA” as well.
Just for your information!
★How does it sound?★
Sounds pretty cool, doesn’t it?
This is a “must-go” place for you!
3mins walking distance from Shinjuku Station
Table charge JPY500
17:00~Depends on day.