Baron Denzaburo Fujita / Relax in a baron’s Japanese garden with Kaiseki cuisine, the pinnacle of luxury and elegance
Location9-10 Nishijima cho, Kojima-ku, Osaka-ku Osaka prefecture 534-0026
Number of ParticipantsKaiseki cuisine can accommodate 2 to 60 people. Japanese style teppanyaki can accommodate 2 to 16 people
Baron Denzaburo Fujita had a big role in the growth of Osaka, and the mansion he built includes an elegant garden. Today, his estate and garden are known as the Taiko-en gardens, and are open to the public. The location has developed a reputation as a beautiful place for important people and the cultural elite to congregate.Visitors can stroll around the impressive grounds of the garden, viewing rare natural stones, historic Buddhist images, and lanterns collected by the baron. The overwhelming natural beauty that surrounds you will make you forget that you’re in the middle of the city. Our Kaiseki high cuisine is served in the spirit of “Omotenashi” hospitality and presented on specially-selected replicas of the baron’s favorite plates, making the delicious meal a feast for both the eyes and the stomach.Treat yourself to a blissful experience and relax both your body and soul with a stroll through the gardens, and a healthy, satisfying Japanese meal.