Takumi-Tei brought fine signature dining to EPCOT’s Japan pavilion when it opened in 2019.
Takumi-Tei — which means “house of the artisan” — is inspired by Japan’s natural beauty. Guests are seated in one of five rooms inspired by a natural element: water, wood, earth, stone or washi paper.
Takumi-Tei currently features a prix-fixe menu consisting of two omakase multi-course meal options: an omnivorous meal for $250 per person (including the diner’s choice of Japanese A5 wagyu steak, Roasted duck, or Grilled Chilean seabass), and a plant-based meal for $150 per person.
Guests can reserve the exclusive Water Room, offering Private Dining for a group of up to 8 guests. Interested guests may reserve the room for $100 per party by emailing [email protected] or by calling (407) 827-8504. The Water Room includes a dedicated server.
Please Note: Takumi-Tei is currently unavailable for booking on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Service: Table Service, Signature/Fine Dining
Type of Food: Japanese
Location: EPCOT’s Japan pavilion
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- This specific location in Japan is only open in the evening.
- The atmosphere is a beautifully intricate and the service is outstanding.
- The meals will take a long time since each course should be treated as an experience. This is not a restaurant meant for a quick dinner, so it is better for special occasions.
- Due to the longer meal time, this may not be the place for more active children and suits older children, couples, and adults better.
- Annual Passholders and DVC members can get a 10% discount, and Cast Members receive a 20% discount;
- Guests can reserve the exclusive Water Room, offering Private Dining for a group of up to 8 guests. Interested guests may reserve the room for $100 per party by emailing [email protected] or by calling (407) 827-8504. The Water Room includes a dedicated server.
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