Takumi-Tei at Walt Disney World

Takumi-Tei EPCOT
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At Takumi-Tei, Guests will be transported to Japan by an unforgettable signature dining experience.


Takumi-Tei Stone Room

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Find this fine dining experience in the Japan Pavilion within EPCOT’s World Showcase. Takumi-Tei is located in the pavilion’s beautiful building, closest to the neighboring Morocco Pavilion.

Quick Service or Table Service?

Takumi-Tei offers a signature Table Service dining experience. Every dining experience at this restaurant requires an advanced dining reservation. For this exquisite dining experience, it’s recommended that Guests plan at least two hours to enjoy their meal to the fullest.

The restaurant offers a unique and exclusive private dining experience in the Water Room. To reserve the Water Room, which seats up to eight Guests, you must contact Mitsukoshi by emailing TakumiTei@mitsukoshi-orlando.com or by calling (407) 827-8504. For the Water Room, there is a fee of $100 per party for exclusive use of the room plus a dedicated server.



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Meaning “House of the Artisan” in Japanese, Takumi-Tei features five gorgeous dining rooms, each inspired by a natural element–water, wood, earth, stone, or washi paper. Each dining area is beautiful, with unique, hand-crafted art bringing the elements to life.

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Menu Options

Takumi-Tei Appetizer

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Multicourse omakase tasting menus offer creatively prepared, Japanese-inspired dishes. Omakase—or “leave it up to the chef”—is a unique gastronomical experience during which the chef curates the meal.

Select from 2 omakase menus:

  • Kiku – The Omnivorous Course (starting at $250, tax and gratuity not included)
  • Hasu – The Plant-based Course (starting at $150, tax and gratuity not included)

The Kiku menu includes Zensai Moriawase, seasonal appetizers, before Sushi, Nigiri, and roll. Next, Agemono featuring Lobster tempura and Sashimi with seasonal fish. Enjoy Yakimono, a choice of 3 oz Japanese A5 wagyu steak or Roasted duck, both served with delectable sides, followed by Shirumono, a seasonal broth. Ending with Ocho to Kanmi featuring Chestnut crème brûlée, or Strawberry yuzu sorbet.

The Hasu menu includes Zensai Moriawase, seasonal appetizers, before Sushi, Nigiri, and vegetable rolls. Next, Shusai featuring Deep-fried tofu and black rice, and Yuba Roll with Beancurd skin rolled with daikon. Enjoy Yasai Tempura and end with Ocha to Kanmi featuring Strawberry yuzu sorbet or Monaka daifuku.

Guests can find the complete menu on the My Disney Experience app.

Dining Tips

This restaurant is a Disney Signature Dining experience, requiring Guests to follow a dress code. Guests are expected to dress accordingly in attire that adheres to the restaurant’s sophisticated and upscale aesthetic. Clothing should be clean, neat, and in good condition, with no swimwear allowed. Additionally, Takumi-Tei invites only Guests ages eight and above to dine.

About Megan Losey

As a Disney foodie, I love writing about Disney food and snacks. Some of my favorites are the Carrot Cake Cookie from Trolley Car Cafe, the Mickey Beignets from Port Orleans French Quarter, and the Apple Blossom from Port Orleans Riverside. When I'm visiting the parks, you can find me on Main Street taking in the good vibe of Magic Kingdom or relaxing with a drink at the Polynesian watching the fireworks from the beach. As a previous Cast Member, I will always have a special place in my heart for the Magic Kingdom, especially Main Street U.S.A.