Kazu was asked to organise a traditional dinner and later karaoke......he picked us up at our hotel. There were 15 in our party in Kyoto. He walked us to a beautiful traditional restaurant where we had a private room with our own waitress, he also arranged for us to pay separately for the bill which seems to be difficult to do in Japan. The setting and the meal were delightful. We then moved onto karaoke however half the group did not come and the other half found that the karaoke was not what we were expecting. Perhaps it’s the way Japanese do karaoke but not westerners....we did not stay. However Kazu was understanding and very polite when we declined to stay at karaoke. He gave us all paper cranes as a parting gift.
Dear Ms.Sally I appreciate your feedback. I’m very pleased that your group enjoyed Kaiseki dinner. I sincerely hope this experience was memorable. I sincerely hope you visit Japan again and if so I would be glad to guide you again. Thank you!! Best regards, Kazuhiko Goto