Eager to Dine in Japan? Reservations Now Available at Epcot’s Takumi-Tei!

Epcot’s newest signature restaurant, Takumi- Tei, opened just a few weeks ago in the Japan Pavilion.

Takumi-Tei

Up until now, it was only available as a walk-up — as in, no reservations were available. But as of today, you are able to make Advance Dining Reservations!

Reservations can now be made on the Walt Disney World Website, or by using the My Disney Experience App. 

Takumi-Tei – Paper Room

Takumi-Tei is a gorgeous signature restaurant, with rooms designed after five Japanese elements: Water, Paper, Stone, Wood, and Earth. You can check out our full photo tour of Takumi-Tei here!

Temari Sushi

The menu is full of ornate and beautiful Japanese food. Dining at Takumi-Tei is certainly an experience — you can see everything we ate here!

Also note, even though Advance Dining Reservations are available, Takumi-Tei does not accept the Disney Dining Plan. 

Click here to see the full dinner menu for Takumi-Tei!

Will you be making a reservation at Takumi-Tei? Let us know in the comments!

 

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Molly is a lifelong Disney enthusiast, and former Walt Disney World Guest Relations Cast Member and tour guide. Her Walt Disney World favorites include Festival of the Lion King, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic!, Mickey-shaped pretzels and rice krispie treats, and anything with Buzz Lightyear! She lives in Orlando with her husband (who she met in Guest Relations) and their two rescue dogs, Kronk and Cruella de Vil (Ella for short!)

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4 Replies to “Eager to Dine in Japan? Reservations Now Available at Epcot’s Takumi-Tei!”

  1. This looks like a very good restaurant, but I wish that the menu were not so beef-centric. I’d rather pay $130 for seafood than for beef. I could be served an omakase dinner at Matsuhisa restaurant in Denver for slightly less, and the menu is more authentic.

      1. Thanks Debra. My observation skills are in decline. Old age ain’t all it’s cracked up to be. I tell you, that price is up there, but it looks almost worth it. Japanese food goes down so smooth.

        I paid over a $100 for a meal for 2 at the old Empress Lillie in Downtown Disney back in 1987. That was big bucks back then. But, this looks more appetizing.