An Introduction to Kyo-Kaiseki at Miku Toronto
Experience the beauty of Kyoto-Style Kaiseki (Kyo-Kaiseki) created by acclaimed Chef Ryusuke Nakagawa. Hailing from the historic city of Kyoto, Japan, Chef Nakagawa studied traditional style Kyo-Kaiseki under Michelin Star Chef Murata Yoshihiro of Kikunoi.
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Chef Nakagawa, alongside Aburi Chefs Kazuki Uchigoshi and Aiko Uchigoshi, will be creating this one-of-a-kind Kyo-Kaiseki experience at the kaisen bar for a total of seven evenings. Each evening will seat six guests only. Don’t miss this opportunity to watch these talented chefs’ passion come to life during this one of a kind experience.
CURATED BEVERAGE PAIRINGS
We will be offering an exclusive Kyo-Kaiseki beverage pairing onsite for an additional $90 per person.
THE THREE FACETS OF KYO-KAISEKI
SEASONALITY AND LOCALITY
Kyo cuisine, in its traditional form, is heavily influenced by the seasonality and locality of its ingredients. Each item must be prepared with the utmost care in order to preserve its freshness at its peak.
The design of each dish is carefully thought out to represent the season and highlight each ingredient in a balanced manner.
SOPHISTICATION AND SUBTLETY
Sophistication is achieved by restraint and the art of simplicity. There are not a lot of “extras”- each item serves a key purpose in taste, texture, and presentation.
By creating an Aburi Kyo-Kaiseki, Chef Nakagawa aims to infuse our signature elements of modern innovation and Canadian locality into this traditional Kyoto dining experience.
While Kyo-Kaiseki generally features only sushi, our Kaiseki will feature 15 courses with a variety of preparations including raw and cooked items as well as our creative sushi.
Please note, due to the intricacies of preparation, no substitutions will be permitted.