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About Us

Conceptualised to mirror the great artistry and craftsmanship seen during the renaissance of Japan’s Meiji era, step into time and experience the artistic finesse of Japanese hospitality.

The minimalist Zen interior is a showcase of quiet opulence adorned with specially crafted furnishings by Japanese artisans. Our guests can watch Chef Hamamoto skilfully creating his signature dishes over the Sushi counter which is decked with a handsomely crafted pine timber table top. A dedicated sake room with a wide selection of imported sakes is also available to host official ceremonial events. The upper deck consists of three elegant VIP dining rooms of varying sizes that are good for hosting official or celebratory events. Within the same level is a spacious lounge that can be utilised as showcase for product launches and can also be converted into a function space when required.

The Zen approach to Ki-sho’s minimalist concept is closely reflected in our Kyoto’s influenced cuisines. Featuring the immaculately artistic rendition of his signature creations; Chef Hamamoto’s commitment to stay true to the art of Kyoto’s cuisine is evident in the use of fresh ingredients that are specially handpicked according to the season and air-flown directly to Ki-sho from all parts of Japan twice weekly. With a collection of over fifty types of traditional and seasonal sake, we are also well-catered for a celebratory toast during any occasion.

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An idyllic zen-garden sanctuary, Ki-sho means aristocratic craftsmanship, bringing forth a marriage of both interior design and culinary art. This characteristic is reflected throughout the restaurant’s architecture and Chef Hamamoto’s culinary creations. With a selection of two six- and nine-course Omakase set menu priced respectively at $300++ and $450++ per person, enjoy the dining experience at a 11-seater pine timber sushi bar, or request for a private entertainment room on the upper level. Ki-sho features a quaint sake room with over 50 labels of traditional and seasonal sake, specially imported from Japan, including the highly prized Ju-yondai sake, to compliment the ever changing menu designed by Chef Hamamoto.


Chef Hamamoto brings with him a wealth of experience and creativity that forms the very heart of Japanese cuisine. Showcasing his unique interpretation of Japanese Omakase - a strong reflection of his personality while staying true to the essence of Kyoto cuisine - Chef Hamamoto hopes that diners will be able to appreciate an additional dimension of Japanese fine-dining, moreover paired with an exquisite selection of sake which he personally sourced from various parts of Japan.
Taking immense pride in this new chapter of his culinary journey, Chef Hamamoto delights in sharing a part of his homeland through a variety of his seasonal Omakase menu, which transcend the legacy of Kyoto’s rich history and traditions.

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