Michelin-starred Chef Kuniaki Kozuka to Cook at CHAYA Beverly Hills for Two Nights, October 18th and 19th

Few restaurants can trace their lineage back more than a few decades, but CHAYA restaurant group in LA and San Francisco can actually follow their roots back 362 years to when the first CHAYA opened in Hikage, Japan. “Chaya,” CEO Yuta Tsunoda explains, “means tea house.” The original CHAYA was built in a seaside town (Tsunoda compares it to Carmel) and it was a resting spot for passersby traveling on foot and by horse. Today, that same seaside structure has morphed into a Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant with Chef Kuniaki Kozuka at the helm.

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