1. Katsukichi Hibiya International Building

Katsukichi Hibiya International Building

Features Katsukichi Hibiya International Building

  • It has a solid atmosphere using solid wood and old materials from the Edo period.
  • We will prepare a "banquet course meal" with a reservation system up to the day before. Please feel free to contact us!
  • Please enjoy yourself with your loved ones!
  • It is a traditional Porkcutlet that lasts 60 years
  • Spacious space with more than 50 seats. Please relax slowly!
  • A soba choko cup from that period is displayed on the "wooden pipe shelf" from the Edo period.

Reopened in "Uchisaiwai-cho" after 60-old years

In Uchisaiwai-cho, shortly after the war, in the late 1950's and early 1960's, there was a Western-style restaurant called "Hatoya," which was opened by Kichinosuke Yoshida, the founder of "Katsukichi."
Later, the restaurant was moved for the renewal of the building, underwent a change in its business model, and was renamed "Katsukichi." Therefore, Uchisaiwaicho is considered the starting point of our company.
In response to an invitation by the Hibiya International Building, we reopened our restaurant in this area after about 60 years' absence.

The Edo era's "wooden pipes for water supply" used as a motif

Katsukichi Hibiya International's most outstanding feature is that "wooden pipes" that used to be used for supplying water to Edo Castle (the Imperial Palace) in the Edo era are used as decorations.
The signboard at the entrance, the large picture frame, and the shelves on which old curiosities like sobachoko [small bowls for dipping sauce for buckwheat noodles] are placed are all made of these "wooden pipes for water supply"
Our founder acquired those pipes excavated during the subway construction work around Yotsuya, and we preserved them in our storehouse for nearly 60 years.

The warmth and gentleness of solid wood

We have been particular about "genuine wood" which Japanese people have valued. Solid wood (such as zelcova) is used for tables and pillars, and old wood is used for beams.
Miso soup bowls, vessels for pickles, salad bowls and chairs were made to order by craftsmen in Ueno Village, Gunma Prefecture.
We hope you will feel the "warmth" that only handmade articles can provide.


Hibiya International Building B1 2-2-3 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0011

営業時間Hours Open

【Mon. – Fri.】
11:00 – 15:30 (Last order at 14:30), 17:00 – 22:00 (Last order at 21:00)
【Sat. &Sun. & Nnational holidays】
Closed on Saturday & Sundays & National Holidays.

◆About takeout bento
You may have to wait to receive the special bento when it is crowded.
Please call us early and make a reservation.


TEL.+81-050-3171-7430 (reserved seats are limited) If you wish to make a direct call, please press "3" on the audio guide.
Online reservation


The Hibiya International Building, which houses our restaurant in the first basement, is directly connected to Subway Uchisaiwaicho Station (Exit A6).

Directly connected to Exit A6 of "Uchisaiwaicho Station" on Toei Mita Line
3 to 5-minute walk from Exit C4 of "Kasumigaseki Station" on Tokyo Metro's Chiyoda Line
3 to 5-minute walk from Exit B2 of "Kasumigasaki Station" on Tokyo Metro's Marunoichi Line

3-minute walk from Exit A14 of "Hibiya Station" on Tokyo Metro's Hibiya Line
5-minute walk from Exit No. 9 of "Toranomon Station" on Tokyo Metro's Ginza Line
7-minute walk from Hibiya Exit of "Shimbashi Station" on JR Yamanote Line