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5.00 (2 reviews)
125 E 39th Street, New York, NY 10016
125 East 39th Street New York New York 10016 US

Kokage by Kajitsu is the non-vegetarian casual sister of Kajitsu.
It is located on the first floor of the same townhouse with Kajistu, which quietly nestles on a tree-lined street close to Grand Central Station.
The restaurant serves authentic Japanese food with finest seasonal ingredients from Japan as well as local farmers.
The menu is more casual than that of Kajitsu, consisting of easy-to-choose a la carte dishes.
The signature dishes include the house-made soba noodles with seared duck, wagyu beef sukiyaki, and the Kyoto style saba sushi, which was featured by the New York Times.

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Sake and Soba!

Kokage is very close to grand central station and down stairs from the famous Kajitsu restaurant. They have a beautiful bar in the back of the room (imported from Kyoto!) with a beautiful display of sakes that you can order at the temperature of your choosing! This is a great place to visit and enjoy for an upscale Japanese experience. Lunch is also available which is fantastic. Soba is a specialty here, but other delicious food is available, too! Highly recommended.

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Love Kokage!
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I have been a big fan of Kajitsu, but now I’m addicted to Kokage! Their sake list is great, especially the warm sake section is all my favorites. I’m always impressed by the executive chef Odo san’s creation. Kokage always makes me feel like I’m having a meal at hidden spot in Kyoto! Their homemade soba is very famous, but Kokage Ramen is one of a kind, you would be amazed for sure, especially after having some sake;) Don’t miss out!

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