The name of the Furumachi Gojo restaurant is derived from the "Five Virtues of Confucianism," known as "benevolence, righteousness, propriety, wisdom, and faithfulness." These five virtues represent ethical values and serve as the foundation of Japanese morality for many individuals since ancient times. To always be a source of joy for our customers and society, we face the times ahead, appreciate every encounter, convey the goodness of this land, harness the blessings of nature, and offer the finest flavors. Moreover, we approach not only each dish but also every conversation with sincerity, always reflecting upon ourselves. Adhering to the teachings of the Five Virtues, we strive to be a place that connects food, time, people, and happiness, pouring our efforts into being loved by many.
*We reserve the right to refuse bookings in the event of extensive allergies.Please do not book if you are allergic to buckwheat or raw food in particular.
*Please note that if you are more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, it may be cancelled. Please be punctual and allow plenty of time for your appointment.
*Please note that the price may vary depending on market conditions.
Counter: 8 seats
|Regular holiday||Sundays, and irregular holidays|
Junior high school students and above (*only those able to eat the adult course).
Cash, Credit Cards
|Address||Sakagami Building 1F, 9-1461-1 Furumachidori, Chuo-ku, Niigata City, Niigata|