Founded in 1885, this is a tempura restaurant that uses sesame oil for frying
We started with a sidewalk stall in 1885, and opened a store in the current location in 1907. The current building was built in 1947. Starting from ice fish and butterbur sprout in spring and followed by ayu, Japanese whiting, dragonet and sea water eel, we offer fresh seasonal ingredients fried using 100% sesame oil. Abalone in summer and silver skinned sweet chestnut in the fall are particularly popular among our guests. We are designated as a store using local food and ingredients in Tokyo.
- 4-1-3,Nihonbashi Honcho,Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Web Site
- A one-minute walk from Mitsukoshimae Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or Hanzomon Line or Shin-Nihonbashi Station Exit 4 on the JR Sobu Rapid Line
- Open Hours
- Day Off
- Sundays,Holidays and Saturdays of August
- Credit cards
- Special Notes
- Reservation for Saturday night is required to be made by Friday.
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