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祝事・慶事

特別な1日を真心こめたお料理でおもてなしさせていただきます。

Japanese traditions and culture celebrating a special event on the auspicious occasion.

祝い弁当(お祝い特別メニュー)⁄ IWAI-BENTO

口取り・お造り・焼き物・煮物・揚物
手毬すし・蛤吸・茶碗蒸し・甘味

Appetizer・Assorted・Sashimi・Soup・Broiled fish
Simmered dish・Fried dish・Temari-sushi・Dessert

set 1,300 -

赤飯(ハレの日のごはん)⁄ SEKIHAN

小豆のおこわ

Steamed sticky rice with azuki red beans.

250 -

家喜物(焼き物)⁄ TAI YAKIMONO

鯛の尾頭付き

Broiled whole sea bream.

1,200 -

祝い会席(御献立の一例です)⁄ IWAI KAISEKI COURSE

先付・祝肴・御椀・御造里
多喜合わせ・寿の物・お食事・止碗・水菓子

Appetizer・Soup・Assorted Sashimi・Broiled Seabream
Simmered dish・Deep-fried dish・Hand-formed Sushi・Dessert

set 4,000 -

お食い初め祝い膳(お祝い特別メニュー)⁄ OKUIZOME IWAI-ZEN

鯛の尾頭付き・蛤の潮汁・焚き物・香の物・お赤飯

Broiled Seabream・Hard Clam Soup・Simmered Dish
Pickled Vegetables・Steamed Rice with Redbens.

set 2,000 -

一升餅祝い(お祝い特別セット)⁄ ISSHO-MOCHI IWAI

"ISSHO-MOCHI" Celebrating a First Birthday The Traditional Way.

Japan has a tradition of letting a one-year old baby carry a issho-mochi (1.8kg worth of rice cake) on baby's back. 'Issho' also has a meaning of 'whole life'. It aims to make a baby to know what is a life by rice cake's weight. By carrying out this ritual, well-intentioned parents wish for the child to be blessed with health, food and a long and happy life.

set 1,000 -