Discover the richness of Japanese cuisine in the heart of Cabo San Lucas. While Daikoku has deep roots in Japan—its menu and decor celebrate the Land of the Rising Sun—this is a restaurant that quickly earned accolades and won over hearts (and stomachs) in Los Cabos. The ambience is sure to win you over, too, starting with a serene koi pond. A bougainvillea tree has been shaped into a bonsai dwarf sprouting blossoms of peach and white, likened to a cherry blossom. A wooden paddle wheel gives a soothing whooshing sound of water.
That stamp on your passport says “México,” but a dinner at Daikoku will have you feeling transported to Japan. The decor is 100 percent Japanese, starting with a serene koi pond. A bougainvillea tree has been shaped into a bonsai dwarf sprouting blossoms of peach… Read More
One can envision being in a garden in Japan when visiting this unique restaurant. Once your car is whisked away by the valet and you cross the bridge over the koi fishpond, you feel you are somewhere far away from México; this is where East… Read More
Like many of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, Los Cabos is home to a diverse community of expats. And, lucky for us, a good number of them have opened restaurants that showcase the flavors of their respective motherlands. At Daikoku, which opened in 2014, the… Read More