Located on the fifth floor, SACULA DINER is the Kadokawa Culture Museum’s main dining place.
The menu includes a number of original dishes that were inspired by the museum’s general concept of "variety," making abundant use of homegrown ingredients from the Tokorozawa region.
Aiming to be a versatile purveyor for the local residents, the restaurant offers everything from voluminous yet seasonably priced lunch sets, to assorted a la carte dining, and gorgeous full-course meals for special occasions.
One aspect that the majority of our ingredients share is that they were produced in Tokorozawa or other parts of the surrounding prefecture of Saitama.
First on the list are "Santome vegetables"*, cultivated by a traditional composting method using fallen leaves, that has been used in the Musashino region for ages.
In addition, we serve various other seasonal vegetables, all of which are safe and secure products of the entirely pesticide-free agricultural methods of our contracted farmers in the area.
The lesser known, rising new stars in the Musashino cuisine that draws from the abundant natural surroundings of the Musashino plateau and neighboring areas, include Saitama brand pork, trout from Chichibu, poultry from Tama, and "beauty" eggs from a local chicken ranch.