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3 33-32 Maeharacho, Koganei 184-0013, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 42-381-1101
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Description: We welcome you at TERAKOYA since 1954, offering creative cuisine served in...
We welcome you at TERAKOYA since 1954, offering creative cuisine served in a natural and elegant setting. Your name will come to join the list of illustrious customers, Prime Ministers, directors, Japanese actors who came within these walls. We use all our energy so that you have a a warm and magical moment enjoying cuisine mixing tradition and culinary daring. The first head of TERAKOYA Saiichi Hazama went to France to study painting, mingling with the world of art and that of gastronomy before returning to Japan. In 1934, he set up his studio in the green Musashino, he devoted himself entirely to the creation. 1945, the war ended. In a period where everything is to be rebuild, he chose to abandon his artistic career to find its mode of expression in the culinary arts. Though he opened his workshop to demonstrate his art to his guests; he began meetings to teach culinary techniques. His students tight around him were like students at a temple school (Terakoya in Japanese) he thought. "Teaching, studying, improving" this is why the first chef gave the name "TERAKOYA" to this restaurant.
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Restaurant Details

Location and Contact Information

  • Address: 3 33-32 Maeharacho, Koganei 184-0013, Tokyo Prefecture
  • Location: Asia  >  Japan  >  Kanto  >  Tokyo Prefecture  >  Koganei
  • Phone Number: +81 42-381-1101

Price and Cuisine

  • Average Prices: USD 42 - 235
  • Cuisine: French

Description

We welcome you at TERAKOYA since 1954, offering creative cuisine served in a natural and elegant setting. Your name will come to join the list of illustrious customers, Prime Ministers, directors, Japanese actors who came within these walls. We use all our energy so that you have a a warm and magical moment enjoying cuisine mixing tradition and culinary daring. The first head of TERAKOYA Saiichi Hazama went to France to study painting, mingling with the world of art and that of gastronomy before returning to Japan. In 1934, he set up his studio in the green Musashino, he devoted himself entirely to the creation. 1945, the war ended. In a period where everything is to be rebuild, he chose to abandon his artistic career to find its mode of expression in the culinary arts. Though he opened his workshop to demonstrate his art to his guests; he began meetings to teach culinary techniques. His students tight around him were like students at a temple school (Terakoya in Japanese) he thought. "Teaching, studying, improving" this is why the first chef gave the name "TERAKOYA" to this restaurant.

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  • Do you allow dogs on the outdoor patio?