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Kappo Santokurokumi

Tucked away in the quiet streets of residential Sapporo, Kappo Santokurokumi serves kappo cuisine prepared by owner-chef Ryosuke Ohata. Every morning, Ohata visits the market and selects the freshest seasonal ingredients for the day’s menu. Diners can enjoy Ohata’s carefully crafted dishes through either omakase-style courses, which are paired with high-quality sake. The superb quality of Ohata’s dishes earned Santokurokumi a Michelin star in Hokkaido Michelin Guides.

Ohata’s discerning eye is not limited to the culinary world—Santokurokumi’s utensils and tableware are works of art themselves. Santokurokumi’s bowls and plates are commissioned from famous potters from all over Japan, and Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) blue and white pottery is also used.

Santokurokumi is dedicated to fostering a welcoming atmosphere for all diners and providing top-rate kappo cuisine for an unforgettable dining experience. The restaurant provides a multi-language menu as well as translation devices so that diners from abroad can enjoy their dishes with ease. There is also an optional matcha tea experience that includes a special, handmade sakura keychain gift, which serves as a pretty reminder of the dining experience.

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Kappo Santokurokumi

Urban Urasando 1F, 23-1-36, Minami 4-jo Nishi, Chuo-ku, Sapporo City, Hokkaido

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Average price: 22,000 yen per person

General Operating Hours 18:00-22:00
*Last time to enter 20:00

Closed on Sundays, National Holidays, New Years, and Golden Week