Nestled amidst the urban bustle,
a tranquil garden awaits.
Indulge in casual French cuisine infused
with the essence of Japan,
where the art of café culture thrives.

Adjacent to the Kikuchi Kanjitsu Memorial Tomo Museum
Reopening on April 20, 2024


Experience the Artistry
of Japanese Craftsmanship

At Onko Chishin, during our journey to create hotels across Japan, we encountered a diverse array of artisans. Inspired by the concept of “Bringing the Regional Showcase to Tokyo,” we have carefully selected ingredients from all over the country, each imbued with the spirit of its producer. From seasonings to drinks, we offer dishes crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail, showcasing the very best of Japanese craftsmanship.

Cafe Dining Safu

Address: 4-1-35 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0001

Phone: 03-6453-0097
*Please note that while we accept reservations by phone, it may be difficult to respond during peak hours.

Email: [email protected]

Business Hours: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM (L.O. for meals: 3:00 PM, L.O. for cafe drinks: 5:30 PM)
Closed: Mondays *If Monday is a national holiday, we will be closed the following Tuesday.


Japanese Artisan Ingredients
× Casual French Cuisine

We incorporate the essence of Western cuisine to transform artisanal ingredients from all over Japan into casual French cuisine. Enjoy our genre-defying lunch menu that highlights the natural flavors of these exquisite ingredients.



Sweets and Cafe

Savor the essence of Japanese ingredients through a variety of traditional sweets. Enjoy a relaxing tea time with carefully selected teas and craft drinks from across Japan.



Distinctive Japanese
Craft Drinks

We have selected specialty drinks that reflect their regions’ unique climate and culture, created by local artisans. From wineries, sake breweries, and breweries to tea farms, we offer a variety of drinks that showcase the individuality of each land and its producers.



Tomoyuki Nishiyama

His career began with Italian cuisine, followed by experience at Yokohama Ukai-tei, teppanyaki, and various hotel restaurants, before gaining further expertise in French cuisine. He values the natural flavors of ingredients and approaches cooking with the belief in “simple and delicious.” A master of genre-defying cuisine that showcases the essence of each ingredient.


“Encounter works
in extraordinary spaces”

The museum is nestled on a tranquil hill in Toranomon, Tokyo. Since its opening in 2003, it has primarily featured contemporary ceramic artworks. While ceramics may evoke thoughts of tableware, the exhibited pieces range widely from vessel forms to large-scale sculptural objects. The museum offers many highlights, including its exhibition rooms and unique architectural design, providing a distinctive and immersive environment for appreciating ceramics.



Cafe Dining Safu

4-1-35 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 105-0001

Access from subway station

  • Hibiya Line, Kamiyacho Station: About a 6-minute walk from Exit 4b.
  • Hibiya Line, Toranomon Hills Station: About an 8-minute walk from Exit A2a.
  • Namboku Line, Roppongi-1chome Station: About an 8-minute walk from the ticket gate (Exit and proceed straight ahead, then take the escalator on the left front to the top).
  • Namboku Line / Ginza Line, Tameike-Sanno Station: About an 8-minute walk from Exit 13.
  • Ginza Line, Toranomon Station: About a 10-minute walk from Exit 3.

Recommended Route
The shortest route from Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Kamiyacho Station:

  1. Exit the Kamiyacho Station toward Toranomon Gate (Direction 4a/4b).
  2. Go up the stairs and turn right, entering the “Metro City Kamiyacho” building.
  3. Turn left.
  4. Continue straight towards “Kamiyacho MT Building / Castle Garden.”
  5. Descend the stairs past the automatic doors, turn right, and continue straight.
  6. Turn right at the end.
  7. Take the escalator up and exit to the street level.
  8. Upon reaching street level, go up the escalator on the left just before the entrance to “Tokyo World Gate” (Kamiyacho Trust Tower).
  9. Proceed straight on the terrace, turn right at the end, and continue straight.
  10. Descend the stairs on the left at the end, then turn right and follow the path filled with greenery.
  11. Turn left onto the main road (District Main Road No. 1), and continue straight along the sidewalk.
  12. You will see a tile-roofed fence on your left with a sign for “Kikuchi Kanjitsu Memorial Tomo Museum.”
  13. Enter the building entrance (automatic door) of Kikuchi Kanjitsu Memorial Tomo Museum.
  14. Inside the building, you will find “Cafe Dining Safufu” on your right-hand side.