RAITEI is a soba (buckwheat noodle) and kaiseki (course meal) restaurant where you can enjoy seasonal flavors in natural surroundings that change with the seasons. The main building of RAITEI was originally built in the Edo Period as a wealthy farmer’s residence in Yokohama, but was subsequently relocated and renovated into a residence that combines Western and Japanese styles. The San-Mon temple gate also dates back to the Edo Period and was relocated from Koshou-ji Temple. Both the main building and main gate are registered tangible cultural properties. The garden covers 50,000 square meters and contains numerous stone Buddhist images, stone pagodas, Hakkaku-dou Hall and more. It is a strolling garden that allows you to enjoy seasonal nature and bamboo groves while looking out over Mt. Fuji, Hakone, and Sagami Bay.
- Main building 2nd floor: The building comprises tatami mat (Japanese style) area of 92 square meters plus a lobby of 90 square meters, and layout changes can be negotiated. It has a kitchen and is ordinarily used as a restaurant. There is sufficient parking space for 17 passenger vehicles and 3 buses. Please inquire concerning conditions of use and other details.
- Main building 1st floor: Layout changes can be negotiated. The building has a kitchen, and the forecourt is outdoors. It is ordinarily used as a Japanese restaurant serving soba noodles. There is sufficient parking space for 17 passenger vehicles and 3 buses. Please inquire concerning conditions of use and other details.
- Ro-an Tea Room: The forecourt is outdoors. The building has a kitchen. Outdoor shoes can be used in all areas. It is ordinarily used as a Japanese tea shop on weekends only. There is sufficient parking space for 17 passenger vehicles and 3 buses. Please inquire concerning conditions of use and other details.
|Main building 2nd floor
||Indoors (tatami mat room)
|Main building 1st floor
||Indoors (chair seating and tatami mats)
|Ro-an Tea Room
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