Important Covid-19 Update. Our client’s safety is important to us, and travel will resume when the travel ban (including the 14-day quarantine) is lifted both in Japan and the United States. Next Spring, we will offer two “off the beaten track” tours to escape the large cities and to enjoy the rural parts of Japan. First, is Textiles of Kyushu, a unique opportunity to experience Japanese culture and textile in the southern island of Japan. Second is Edible Japan, which will be a modified version of the original Culinary Tour with an extra day in the Shinshu region with sake brewery tour, miso making and knife shop visits. Stay well and be safe.



Before we closed the restaurant, we had this short film made to capture the moments and document the restaurant. A big thanks to film maker Jake Nokovic and former employees Cecelia Stanger and Kyle Yerhot ( music ) for all the help and making this happen.  We miss you all.

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  1. We miss you Tanpopo! Your unique dishes and flavors and your gentle presence first on Catherdral Hill then in Lowertown….you’ve left a space in our lives that has been hard to replace. Blessings on how your journey unfolds beyond Tanpopo….thanks for the memories…..Michele Mayama

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