Yamazato: Japanese Fine Dining Crafted to Perfection

Experience the art of Kaiseki ryouri at Yamazato. Japanese Fine Dining Crafted to Perfection.
















Photo from Hotel Okura Amsterdam


With its first location at the well-renowned, heritage landmark Hotel Okura Tokyo in 1962, Yamazato has over fifty years of being highly regarded for its authentic Japanese culinary tradition, tailored to international guests with discerning palates. In 1971, the first Yamazato outside Japan opened at Hotel Okura Amsterdam. In 2002, it became the first Japanese restaurant in Europe to earn a Michelin star. Yamazato has since opened in Shanghai, Macau, Bangkok, and Taipei.

Opening Soon in Manila

The Okura’s signature Japanese fine dining restaurant serves only the freshest ingredients to ensure supreme taste and unmatched quality. Highlighting the time-honored Kaiseki Ryouri, a multi-course Japanese haute cuisine meticulously crafted by Executive Chef Rinnosuke Mouri. In line with the changing seasons, the eight-course meal emphasizes the unique flavors of traditional ingredients. Prepared with Japanese precision and served in small sequences to let you savor every detail of perfection that is the real Japanese experience.


• Private luxury teppanyaki room (up to 8 pax)

• Private dining rooms (up to 18 pax)

• Sushi bar

• Teppanyaki area

• Fine dining restaurant with a total of 82 seats













Executive Chef Profile: Rinnosuke Mouri

With 33 years of culinary experience, he previously worked at Hotel Okura Tokyo, JFE Roponggi Club, and The Okura Prestige Taipei.


Tokyo • Kobe • Fukuoka • Hamamatsu • Kisarazu • Amsterdam • Shanghai • Taipei • Macau • Bangkok

Opening Soon at the 2nd Floor, Grand Wing, Resorts World Manila, Philippines