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Savor the Best of the Season on Your Plate


Enjoy a sumptuous and healthful Buddhist meal with a scenic Japanese garden view


Shojin ryori is a characteristic vegetarian cuisine served and eaten by Buddhist monks throughout history. At Daigo, every dish presented is a gem of nature, fashioned from deliciously fresh seasonal ingredients.

This restaurant sits in an exquisite space beside Mount Atago, a small natural mountain in the heart of Tokyo. Step inside the traditional teahouse-style construction, and you will be welcomed by the refreshing aroma of incense and an interior decorated to perfectly capture the beauty of the season. Sit down and admire the charming Japanese garden that lies right outside the window.



Don’t worry about poring over the menu to select the one perfect dish—at Daigo, you’ll enjoy a lavish kaiseki-style full course meal, prepared from carefully selected ingredients freshly delivered to the kitchen every morning and using techniques preserved since the restaurant’s founding. The cuisine at Daigo is especially designed with a devotion to Buddhist spiritual practices and to avoid animal cruelty.

Appreciate these artistic delicacies beautifully presented on your table, and savor fine cuisine with your tastebuds, body, and soul. 

From Tokyo Station, take the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line to Ginza Station (2 minutes), and then take the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line to Kamiyacho Station (7 minutes). 


Vegetarian meal DAIGO


2-3-1 Atago, Minato-ku, Tokyo-to

Duration approx. 120 min. or more



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