Appreciation to all we meet today at this moment
Consideration for the other guests sharing the same time together.
The following requirements are based on the reflection of the traditional Japanese mindset.
Please do not take it too formally; but enjoy the Japanese cuisine of the World’s Cultural Heritage
Maruman is exclusively for members; new guests should be accompanied by a member.
Because our restaurant is exclusively for members, our telephone number and address should be kept private.
Please refrain from posting our telephone number and location or photos of inside of the restaurant and food-including on “Face Book”, “Instagram” or a personal “blog”.
We request that you not review us anonymously on “Tabe-log” or “Google.”
We understand that SNS is very effective for sharing enjoyable moments among friends and families.
However, we ask for your understanding in our desire to allow our valuable customers to enjoy their meals without being bothered by SNS.
We believe taking photo without asking for permission is not good behavior.
If you’d like to take a photo, please ask first.
A restaurant is not a good place for taking a photo.
Please do not bring a big camera such as SLR.
Please do not take photos where other customers or the host are in the image.
We do not have a strict dress code.
We ask gentlemen not to dress too casually, for instance, in “shorts”, “sweat shirt” or “flip flops.”
For women, we kindly ask you to avoid showing too much skin or using too much perfume.
However, casual set up suits and well pressed short pants are acceptable.
Please do not think we evaluate customers by their outfits. However, think of this as an opportunity to enjoy yourselves as you dress up a little more than in your daily life.
If you have allergies or specific preference, please let us know prior to your visit.
It is very hard to change plans if guest requests a different menu on the appointed day. Last minute changes may be charged extra.
Please do not touch the knives on the cutting board, cooking utensils, the vase on the counter or the furniture.
Children are kindly declined visiting our restaurant
Please do not smoke, including an electronic tobacco.
Please keep noise level down and use your manners. We like to maintain a quiet atmosphere, so that our guest can enjoy their time to the fullest.
While we are hesitant to make rules, we believe that they are integral to keeping our small restaurant comfortable.
We reserve the right to deny reservations from those who do not respect our policies.
We are most delighted if the customers keep good manners and enjoy the meal.
Chef’s special of the day
( tax and service fee will be imposed separately).
We mainly use ingredients from Aichi Prefecture such as:
seafood from Mikawa Bay and Shino Island, vegetables, mountain herbs, mushrooms from Chita Peninsula and Tokai Region, wild boar meat, bear, freshwater fish, colvert (a kind of duck) from Kiso Mountains and River, etc.
*Special ingredients such as wild eel, Japanese matsutake, wild tiger globefish, Taiza crab, etc will be charged extra.
We prefer not to explain ingredients or cooking style in detail because we think the moment of serving meal is the most delightful.
Please enjoy the delightful moment of your meal.
Japanese” sake” rice wines and glass of wine: 1,500 yen.
All other beverages : 1,000 yen.
Please inquire about bottles of wine or sparkling wine.
We have varieties of rice wines from local providers that are matched to each dish.
We would love to provide you with an opportunity to learn about local rice wine manufacturers, who are devoted to developing wines authentically without influence from brand names. We prefer that customers enjoy beverages we have provided.
*However, we are happy to accommodate special occasions, so please ask us when you make reservations if you wish to bring in a beverage.
Please bring it 2 days prior to your visit in to keep its good condition
( Bring in charge 3,000 yen extra)
Please call to make reservations but only Japanese is available. We do not reply to inquiries through Facebook.
Reservations can be made between 2pm and 5pm or after 8pm.
These limited hours are due to our frequent visits to the countryside in our quest for the finest ingredients. It is also difficult for us to answer the phone during business hours.
Reservations can be made from 10 am only on the first day of each month.
We cannot seat more than six people per table.
We also request that you not rush your meal: enjoy your food and time with that special someone. It takes approximately 2.5 hours to get from appetizers through dessert.
Please let us know when you make reservation if there is time limit, and we will do our best to accommodate you.
However, please understand that we may not be able to accommodate your pace if you notify us of your time constraints after your arrival.
We do not accept any change to the number of guests or cancellation on the day of your reservation.
Please let us know of any changes to your plans one day in advance.
Our policy is to serve meals for the reserved number of guests, even if the number of guests changes on the day. So please be considerate and let us know ahead of time.
If you cancel on the day of your reservation without an acceptable reason, we reserve the right to deny your reservations in the future. Thank you for your understanding. Cancellation on the day of your visit will be charged 100 percent of the reservation.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday we are open from 6pm~11pm. ( Please arrive by 9 pm )
We are closed on Sundays.
Usually we are visiting the surrounding country side in our search for high quality ingredients, local rice wine or fine dish wear.
Thank you for your understanding.
If you wish to check whether or not we are open on a particular day, check the news on our home page in Japanese.