百年料亭 宇喜世

Savor a traditional kaiseki dinner at Ukiyo, a long-standing ryotei restaurant with over 150 years of history. While indulging in these culinary masterpieces, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in Japan's rich cultural heritage amidst architecturally significant surroundings.

Nestled in the heart of Takada, a historic castle town, Ukiyo has been a bastion of culinary excellence for more than 150 years. Its three floors consist of a 153-tatami mat grand hall, along with rooms adorned by evocative names like "Moon," "Spring," and "Water Wheel," all flaunting intricate decor. This esteemed restaurant has even been graced by the presence of Japan’s Imperial Household, yet its exquisite kaiseki meals are also balanced by affordable lunches, facilitating a diverse range of dining experiences.

While at Ukiyo, be sure to explore the architectural treasures that make up the premises, including the main building, north gate, and east gate, which are all designated Tangible Cultural Properties of Japan. Before or after your meal, take a leisurely stroll through the enchanting Japanese garden, a realm of ever-changing beauty that evolves with each season.

General Information

Directions5 min. on foot from Takada Station (Echigo Tokimeki Railway)
10 min. drive from the Joetsu-Takada IC on the Joshinetsu Expressway
Car ParkApprox. 30 cars
Opening TimesLunch: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Dinner: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Closed: Irregular
PricesLunch: From 1,580 yen (tax included)
Dinner: From 8,500 yen (tax included)
NotesReservations required for dinner


Telephone Number025-524-2217