DAIKANYAMA OGAWAKEN

My cooking is simple. 80% ingredients, 20% technique. Tadatsura Ogawa

DAIKANYAMA OGAWAKEN

The restaurant was founded by Tetsugoro Ogawa, grandfather of the current chef and owner, as a Yoshoku (Western-style cuisine) restaurant in Shiodome, Tokyo in 1905. After moving to Shinbashi in 1907, Ogawaken became renowned for its stews, beefsteak, and curry - dishes referred to as "Yokohama Western Food." The son, Jun Ogawa, took over the kitchen and evolved the cooking style into authentic French cuisine. The now famous Fujiwara steak, small dishes, and the Raisinwich cookie were all conceived during this time. The restaurant finally moved to its current location in Daikayama in 1964. Third generation Owner-Chef Tadatsura Ogawa has been in charge of manning the kitchen since 1970. This year his restaurant celebrates its 114th anniversary.

10-13 Daikanyama-cho
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 153-0044
Lunch
12:00 - 15:00
Dinner
17:30 - 22:00
Closed Sundays and National Holidays

03-3463-3809

Patisserie
12:00 - 18:00
Closed Sundays and National Holidays

03-3463-3660

Tadatsura Ogawa

MENU

LUNCH
  • Hors d'oeuvres (5),
  • Soup, Fish,
  • Dessert and Coffee

¥8,640

  • Hors d'oeuvres (5),
  • Soup, Wagyu Steak,
  • Dessert and Coffee

¥8,640

DINNER
  • Hors d'oeuvres (7),
  • Soup, Wagyu Steak,
  • Dessert, Coffee
  • and Petits Fours

¥17,280

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PHILOSOPHY

  • "In cooking, there is only one thing.
    It's either delicious or it's not.
    This is for the customer to decide."

    Tadatsura Ogawa

  • "When I cook, I always assume
    my guests will have
    a discerning palate.
    This means doing my best
    every single time I prepare a dish.
    If there is a 100-year old secret,
    this may be it."

    Tadatsura Ogawa

  • "In cooking, there is only one thing.
    It's either delicious or it’s not.
    This is for the customer to decide."

    Tadatsura Ogawa

  • "Your father's a genius,
    but you're an ordinary man.
    Therefore, don't imitate your father.
    This is what Kon Toko-san told me."

    Tadatsura Ogawa

  • "Cooking changes;
    whether you do it 100 times
    or 1,000 times.
    Even today, after cooking
    the same dish 10,000 times,
    the taste still progresses."

    Tadatsura Ogawa

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PRIVATE DINING

For celebrations, omotenashi and
entertainment.
Special rooms for special occasions.

A Room
6 to 12 guests
B Room
4 to 6 guests
C Room
2 to 4 guests
F Room
2 to 10 guests
A + B Room
- 20 guests

Room fee will be charged separately

PATISSERIE

From classic chocolat soufflé,
rare cheesecake, and
short cake, to seasonal
orange jelly and sweet potato.

Home of the legendary Raisinwich,
enjoyed by generations
of families and fans since 1946.

Mon - Sat 10:00 - 18:00
Closed Sundays and National Holidays

03-3463-3660

Raisinwich(10 pieces)
¥1,296
Raisinwich(20 pieces)
¥2,592
Plainwich(10 pieces)
¥1,080
Chocolate Plainwich(10 pieces)
¥1,080
Uji Matcha Plainwich(10 pieces)
¥1,188
Raisinwich
(10 pieces) ¥1,296
Raisinwich
(20 pieces) ¥2,592
Plainwich
(10 pieces) ¥1,080
Chocolate Plainwich
(10 pieces) ¥1,080
Uji Matcha Plainwich
(10 pieces) ¥1,188

Cakes, cookies and chocolates also available

LOCATION

DAIKANYAMA OGAWAKEN
10-13 Daikanyama-cho
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan 153-0044
Lunch 12:00 - 15:00
Dinner 17:30 - 22:00
Patisserie 12:00 - 18:00
Closed Sundays and National Holidays
RESERVATION & CONTACT
03-3463-3809
PATISSERIE
03-3463-3660