Brighten up your mornings during your trip
with the traditional tastes of Kaga.
Asadaya, established in 1867 in Kanazawa City of the old Kaga Domain,
has been incorporated into Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier as ‘Nihonbashi Asada’.
Offers a buffet-style breakfast that lets you enjoy the tastes and hospitality of traditional Japanese dining.
First thing in the morning, enjoy your fill of traditional Kaga style cooking cultivated from 150 years of history and culture.
The traditional Japanese restaurant Asada’s unique breakfast meals.
Centered around the traditional flavors of old-fashioned Japanese okazu (side dishes), a collection of dishes with the distinctive tastes of their various ingredients are on offer here. The breakfast menu is the first menu of the day that Asada has to offer, but their approach to dining is unchanging no matter the time of day – they are considerate at all times. On the 9th floor, you can relax and enjoy the view over Nihonbashi as you dine.
Head Chef: Satoshi Kajimoto
Dishes such as hijiki, kinpira, nibitashi, okara and more vibrantly decorate the bowls and plates creating a feast of over 20 varieties of Japanese cuisine for both the eyes and the taste buds to enjoy. Kinjiso spinach, Kaga thick cucumber, Gensuke daikon, Gorojima sweet potatoes, heta murasaki eggplants, and more seasonal Kaga vegetables are harvested as ingredients for these delicious dishes.
Fluffy texture and the fragrance of the stock is combined in this staple of Japanese cuisine. The chefs fry up this dashimaki rolled omelet before your eyes.
Seasonal fried fish, steamed vegetables are packed into this hot boxed meal. The ‘eat it while it’s hot’ spirit of traditional Japanese cuisine lives on in this dish.
Salted butter bread made with salt from Noto is just one of many varieties of bread baked in store here. Enjoy it together with your choice of bacon or sausage.
Photograph is for illustrative purposes only.
Ingredients offered may change in accordance to seasonal availability and supply.