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Takumi-Tei Restaurant Now Open in Epcot – Full Menu, Prices and Details

We’re going to share everything you need to know about Epcot’s newest table-service restaurant in the Japan pavilion: Takumi-Tei. This is a signature, high-end dining experience which features the natural beauty of Japan in atmosphere and cuisine. Get ready to experience one of the most special restaurants in all Walt Disney World and find out all the info about Takumi-Tei including: Menu, Prices and more…

Takumi Tei Logo Epcot

Takumi-Tei Restaurant Overview:

  • Location: Epcot’s Japan Pavilion (Walt Disney World)
  • Type: High-End Steakhouse / Signature Dining Restaurant
  • Price: $$$$
  • Cuisine Type: Asian, Steak, Sushi, Seafood, Saki
  • Meals: Dinner only
  • Dress Code: Business Casual
  • (ADR) Advanced Dining Reservations: Yes (starting July 16, 2019)

Takumi-Tei is a new signature dining restaurant in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion, becoming the 4th restaurant in this pavilion.

From the moment you step in the door, everything about Takumi-Tei is setup to open your mind to the Japanese culture and give you an authentic experience. It will make you feel like you’ve been truly transported to another part of the world where you will learn about Japanese traditions and connect with their world.

Setting/Atmosphere:

Takumi Tei Restaurant Concept Art

Inside Takumi-Tei the natural beauty of Japan and Japanese craftsmanship will be on display. In fact the name Takumi-Tei itself means “house of the artisan” so expect that to be heavily present throughout the restaurant.

Theming will be a big part of the restaurant and it will have distinctly themed rooms, including: Lobby, Wa Room, Water Room, Washi Room, Wood Room, Stone Room and Earth Room.

Dining Plan (WDW):

  • No, the Disney Dining Plan is NOT accepted at Takumi-Tei at this time. No word if it will be in the future.

Discounts:

  • Tables in Wonderland: 20%
  • WDW Annual Passholder: 10%
  • Disney Vacation Club: 10%
  • Disney Rewards VISA: TBD

Location/Directions:

Takumi-Tei is easy to get to and is located right off the main walkway in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion in World Showcase. Japan is located between the Morocco pavilion and the American Adventure.

When you arrive in the Japan pavilion, turn toward the Mitsukoshi store and the entrance to Takumi-Tei is located on the bottom floor on the right. You’ll see a sign and a welcome desk where you can check in.

Hours of Operation:

Takumi-Tei is only open for Dinner.

  • Dinner: 4:00pm – 9:00pm

Takumi-Tei Must-Try Items:

There are so many good things on the menu at Takumi-Tei that it’s hard to narrow it down. Of course this is a steakhouse first and foremost and you absolutely have to try the high-end Wagyu beef like the Japanese A-5 Wagyu Tenderloin or Strip Steak which is an experience in of itself. The sushi is also amazing and the drinks excellent. The presentation alone is worth the price!

Scroll Down for the Menu and our Full Review of Takumi-Tei is coming…

Takumi-Tei Menu:

*(Last Updated 7/5/19) – If you have any Menu updates or corrections please let us know! Also prices have just been added!

The dinner at Takumi-Tei offers very high-end Asian cuisine focused on steak (wagyu beef) and along with sushi, sashimi, unique desserts, signature cocktails, premium sake and much more.

Takumi-Tei menu appetizers
Takumi-Tei menu Sushi and Sashimi

As beautiful as the restaurant will be, the real highlight is the unique upscale dinner menu. Of course when you think of Japanese steakhouse you think: Wagyu Beef. And if you are interested in a truly fantastic dining experience there will be a multi-course tasting menu featuring traditional tea service.

Takumi-Tei menu Wagyu Beef
Takumi-Tei menu Wagyu Steak

Don’t forget dessert like the Kumo (Yuzu Cheesecake) and the Suiren Dani (Japanese Water Cake)

Takumi-Tei menu dessert siren dani

Signature cocktails and premium sake will be available along with a wine and craft beer menu.

Takumi-Tei menu cocktails

This new restaurant will be located next to the Mitsukoshi store in the Japan pavilion, and will be run and operated by Mitsukoshi USA, which already runs operates the store and other restaurants and kiosks in the Japan pavilion like Teppan Edo and Tokyo Dining.

Price – $$$$ (Over $60 per adult)

Menu – Dinner:

Appetizers:

Miso

Silken Tofu, Scallion, Toasted Nori

10

Dashi

Furikake White Rice, Toasted Nori

12

Teien

Compressed Watermelon, Tuna Sashimi, Frisee, Grapefruit, Daikon and Watermelon Rind Tsukemono, Yuzu Dust, Watermelon Vinaigrette

20

Nikomi Wagyu

Roasted Bone Marrow, Braised Jackman Farms Wagyu Shortrib, Yuzu Kosho, Wasabi Shiso Bavaroise, Warishita

27

Hama no Kani

Ponzu Crab, Toasted Crab, Frisee, Heirloom Tomato, Watermelon Radish Tsukemono, Leek Gel, Sesame Pollen, Plum Wine Reduction

26

Agedashi Tofu

Fried Silken Tofu, Tentsuyu, Brown Butter Black Rice, Shimeji Mushroom, Daikon Tsukemono, Carrot Ginger Puree, Lotus Root

19

Maki Sushi:

Mozaiku

Tuna, Yellowtail, Asparagus, Tobiko, Red Shiso Rice, Lemongrass Ponzu

18

Sashimi:

*Takumi Sashimi

Tuna, Toro, Salmon, Yellowtail, Uni, Ikura

40

Tuna

10

Salmon

12

Yellowtail

12

Ikura

16

Toro

24

Uni

24

Nigiri:

Temara Sushi

Chef-Selected Assortment of Oceanic Delicacies

37

Tuna

11

Salmon

13

Yellowtail

13

Ikura

17

Toro

26

Uni

26

Main Course:

*Takumi Gyuniku – Artisan Beef

Japanese A-5 Wagyu Tenderloin, Leek Sauce, Warishita, Shortrib Gyoza, Roast Cippolini Onion, Curried Potato, Seasonal Mushroom

93

*Ushikai no Shukaku – Cattleman’s Harvest

Jackman Farms Wagyu Tenderloin, Yuzu Kosho, Arima Sansho Pepper Reduction, Potato and Lotus Root, Shitake Mushroom, Wasabi Emulsion, Roast Cippolini Onion

74

*Makiba no Megumi – Gift of Ranch

Jackman Farms Wagyu Strip Steak, Purple Sweet Potato, Fresh Wasabi, Maitake Mushroom, Matcha Maldon

68

Misoyaki Ochazuke

Misoyaki Seabass, Karikari Sushi, Shirasu, Tsukemono, Toasted Nori, Shimeji Mushroom, Ocha Dashi Broth

42

*Kamo Rosu

Marinated Duck, Kabocha Squash, Edamame Beans, Japanese Mizuna, Cured Duck Egg Yolk, Grape Reduction

45

Tempura Ebi

Tempura Tiger Prawns, Crisped Silken Tofu, Green Tea-Smoked Black Rice, Caramelized Togarashi Cream, Sea Beans, Shimeji Mushroom

44

Dessert:

Kumo

Yuzu Cheesecake, Spiced Kabocha, Candied Yuzu, Orange Yuzu Gel, Blackberry Sake

14

Suiren Dani

Japanese Water Cake, Rose, Kuromitsu, Kinako Crumb

16

Omakase Tasting Menu:

Chef Recommended Tasting Menu – $130

Otoshi

Imagined by the Chefs of Takumi-Tei

*Temari Sushi

Chef-Selected Assortment of Oceanic Delicacies

Nikomi Wagyu

Roasted Bone Marrow, Braised Jackman Farms Wagyu Shortrib, Yuzu Kosho, Wasabi Shiso Bavaroise, Warishita

Hashiyasume

Palate cleansing course

*Wagyu Tabekurabe

Japanese A5 Wagyu Strip Steak paired with Jackman Farms Wagyu Strip Steam, Roast Cippolini Onion, Curried Potato, Seasonal Mushroom, Yuzu Kosho, Fresh Grated Wasabi, Arima Sansho Pepper Reduction

Suiren Dani

Japanese Water Cake, Rose, Kuromitsu, Kinako Crumb

Tea Ceremony

Traditional ceremony featuring Matcha Green Tea

Drinks (Non-Alcoholic):

Blood Orange Spritizer

Blood Orange Syrup, Lemon, Mint, Falernum, Sparkling Water

8

Ginger Mimosa

Ginger Ale, Orange Juice, Falernum, Fresh Ginger

8

Drinks (Alcoholic):

Sake

Hakkaisan Tokubetsu Honjozo (carafe served warm or cold)

Yoho “Eternal Embers” Junmai (carafe served warm or cold)

Ten to Chi “Heaven and Earth” Junmai Daiginjo

Midorikawa “Green River” Junmai

Watari Bune Junai Ginjo

Kikumasamune Taru Sake

Joto Yuzu Citrus Sake

Sayuri “White Lilly” Nigori

Specialty Cocktails

Kochi

Joto Yuzu Citrus Sake, Rum, Fresh Mint, Yuzu Juice, Orange

15

Unkai

Midorikawa Green River Junmai Sake, Singani 63 Spanish Brandy, Taylor Velvet Falernum, Green Tea-Infused Foam

15

Raiju

Haku Japanese Vodka, Spiced Ginger Beer, Lime

15

Sakurajima

Kaiyo Japanese Whiskey Sour with Smoked Cherrywood

15

Kami

Roku gin, Sayuri “White Lilly” Nigori Sake, Calipco, Lychee

15

Beer and Wine:

Assorted Japanese Beers

Assorted Wines from Japan, France, Italy, California, and Germany

Does Epcot really need another great restaurant? Probably not. But in any case I’m not one to complain and I think Takumi-Tei has the potential to rise to the top of my list of best dining in Epcot pretty fast.

Reservations:

Takumi-Tei is open for dinner in the Japan pavilion at Epcot starting at 4 p.m. daily. Walk-ups are currently being accepted, and reservations will be available beginning July 16, 2019, with bookings starting that same day. For more information, visit the Walt Disney World Resort website or call (407) WDW-DINE.

Takumi-Tei just opened July 5, 2019 with a soft-opening and will be open for Dinner only starting at 4pm daily. Right now walk-ups are accepted but Advanced Dining Reservations will be available starting July 16, 2019. More for information to book a table at Takumi-Tei please call (407) WDW-DINE or visit the Walt Disney World Website.

To make reservations for the Chef’s Table Dining Experience, call Mitsukoshi directly at (407) 827-8504.

More menu items are expected to be added soon so keep checking back…

Stay tuned to Ziggy Knows Disney for more info on the Takumi-Tei restaurant including more menu changes, a full review and any other info that comes out about this great new dining location.

Your Thoughts:

I want to know what you think about the Takumi-Tei restaurant coming to Epcot…

  • Are you looking forward to this new restaurant?
  • What are you looking forward to most?

Let us know in the comments section below!

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Lindsey

Sunday 18th of August 2019

Super excited about Takumi-Tei! Japan Pavilion is one of our our favorites (if not THE favorite) so we're really excited to have an over-the-top dining experience there.