Enjoy Japanese cuisine and traditional Japanese dollsHinazen dishes are created with the wish that little girls grow up healthy and charming.
The Doll's Festival is an event that heralds the coming of spring. Why not have fun celebrating the Doll's Festival with family while viewing beautifully adorned hina dolls? Tamaki is proud to serve hinazen dishes that are not only appetizingly palatable culinary creations, but also visually elegant, beautiful images of both spring and the hina dolls passed down throughout generations in Yamagata. Charming hina dolls peek through here and there on the table to welcome guests.
Meal price list for Hinazen dishes
Hinazen dishes, cuisine served only in spring, is an especially popular meal at Tamaki.
Meals for children
We serve meals for children prepared with seasonal foods that include choices popular with children, such as hamburger steak. Please request a child's meal when making a reservation.
Accommodating various events
Tamaki can accommodate a variety of events such as the following.
- Birthday parties
- Welcome/farewell parties
- Silver/gold wedding anniversary celebrations
- Wedding anniversary celebrations
- School admission/graduation, employment celebrations
- Longevity celebrations (60th, 70th, 77th, 80th, 81st, 88th, 90th, 99th, 100th)
Sake and beverages
We have an array of beverages, including local sake, local beers, and wine produced in the prefecture. Try our aged Tamaki Original Yamabudo Eki (wild grape wine) as an aperitif to further enhance the flavor of the cuisine.
- Takagi BreweryJuyondai Honmaru, Juyondai Tatsu no Otoshigo
- Dewazakura Sake BreweryYukimanman Daiginjo, Ichiro Junmai Daiginjo
- Gassan Sake BreweryHitokoe, Tamaki Original Junmai Sake
- Chiyokotobuki Toraya BreweryJunmai Ginjo, Tamaki Original Shochu
- Tamaki OriginalYamabudo Eki, Kokuwashu, Matatabishu, Umeshu, Nanakamadoshu, Mamushishu
Group shuttle bus
A shuttle bus is available by request for groups arriving for various events, such as dinner parties, Buddhist memorials, and weddings. Feel free to request the shuttle bus when making a reservation.
As the distribution of goods via the Mogami River developed, cultural articles were brought from Kyoto, and many still remain in Yamagata Prefecture. Those cultural treasures include hina dolls. Even now, they are kept in homes throughout the prefecture. Tamaki has an array of valuable hina dolls, such as 'kokin-bina' (traditional dolls with new designs) and 'Kyoho-bina' (dolls from the Kyoho era (1735–1747)). View the dolls and be transported back to the elegant Heian period. Guests are welcome to look at the hina dolls displayed in the restaurant.