- Fountain of Japanese traditional dishes -
RANSEN is located in the neighbourhood of KIOI-CHO. So named after the nearby mansions of Edo era feudal lord Kishu Tokugawa, Owari Tokugawa and Ii families. Dedicated to serving genuine Japanese cuisine created with the choicest seasonal ingredients from across Japan. Carefully prepared using skilful, traditional techniques passed down for generations, guests can either enjoy their culinary experience at the Japanese Cypress counter or in private rooms. Experience excellent Japanese hospitality and delicate creations at “RANSEN”.
Commitment to cuisine
- Water sourced from the Hakusan mountain range which is upstream of Nagara river from where the Ayu fish of our signature dish are caught.Soft, untouched and rich in minerals this natural water is ideally suitedto accentuate the subtlety of Japanese cooking.
- Broth comprised of Konbu, or kelp, harvested off the island of Rishiri, Hokkaido; mixed with dried bonito or tuna flakes and natural water. Combined with fish or soft-shell turtle soup in a hotpot or enjoyed simply as it is, this broth is the foundation of our creations.
- Seasonal Japanese culinary culture corresponds with nature and time. Our menu highlights the best seasonal ingredients from across Japan.