The restaurant is situated in a large Japanese garden.
There are rooms of various sizes, large and small, surrounding the garden.
We offer rooms for 2 to 70 people.
15-3, Hanazono, Kumamoto Shi Nishi Ku, Kumamoto Ken, 860-0072, Japan
Noon: 12:00 To 14:30 ,Night: 17:30 To 21:30 Fixed holiday
Service charge *
Day: 10% Night: 15%
※ We will separately charge room fee of 200 yen per person
※ For those coming by car Currently, entering the address of the main store in the car navigation system will display the back road. If you enter the destination as "Honmyoji Post Office", the guidance will be smoother.
Please look for this signboard.
People who come by train
About 11 minutes on foot from Kumamoto Station on Kagoshima Main Line. About 3 minutes on foot from the Honmyoji Entrance stop of the Kami-Kumamoto line of the city tram.
If you come by bus
About 3 minutes on foot from Honmyoji bus stop on Kumamoto city bus or Sanko bus stop.
If you come by car
30 minutes by car from the Kumamoto Interchange.
Tagosaku operates a deli in the first floor basement of the well-established department store "Tsuruya" located in downtown Kumamoto city.
Dishes such as "Dango soup set" and "Dashi roll" are popular.
We also accept orders for boxed lunches at any time, so please feel free to ask.
Kumamoto City Tetori Honcho (Tsuruya department store basement)
Deli sales 10:00 to 19:00
※ Within the business hours of Tsuruya department store
tagosaku If you go up about 400 meters from the entrance to our restaurant, you will find the tourist attraction "Honmyo-ji Temple". Kiyomasa Kato relocated Honmyo-ji Temple from Osaka to Kumamoto to inter his father's bones in 1600 (Keicho 5) after becoming the lord of Kumamoto Castle. It is the Bodhi Temple of the Kato family, and the famous Nyuren sect in Kyushu. When you go up the stone stairway with hundreds of lanterns lined up, you will see there is the main hall, and there is also a treasure house where you can see the remains of Kiyomasa. Furthermore, if you go up the long stairs behind the main hall, there is a bronze statue of Kiyomasa Kato, and you can enjoy the view of the city.