A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

Hot pot for cold winters! There are many famous hot pot restaurants in Chuo City, including Sukiyaki, tuna and leek hot pot, oden, etc.
Enjoy it with everyone, further doubling the deliciousness and fun.

  • Yoshiume Honten
  • Yoshiume Honten

    Yoshiume Honten

    Yoshiume Honten

  • Yoshiume Honten
  • Negima-nabe (tuna and leek) hot pot 6,500yen(including tax)~ *Orders starting from two servings
  • Founded in 1927, the restaurant stands quietly in a tasteful alley of Ningyocho. Starting with tuna and leek soup in this Ningyocho neighborhood in the late Edo period, "Negima-nabe" (tuna and leek hot pot) is a specialty that later became popular as a hot pot. The tuna jaw and head meat are quickly cooked in aromatic bonito dashi (soup stock) and enjoyed with nicely stewed vegetables such as leek.
  • Address
    1-18-3, Nihonbashi Ningyocho Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A one-minute walk from Ningyocho Station Exit A2 or A6 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya or Toei Asakusa Line
    Open Hours
    11:00~14:00 (L.O.13:30)、17:00~22:00 (L.O.21:00)
    Day Off
    Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays
    (Open for Saturday night of December and January)
    Contact
    03-3668-4069
    03-3668-4069
    Web Site
    http://www.yoshiume.jp/honten.html
  • Tsukiji Jisaku
  • Tsukiji Jisaku

    Tsukiji Jisaku

    Tsukiji Jisaku

  • Tsukiji Jisaku
  • Mizutaki (broth stew) course
    24,840yen(including tax・service charge not included) *Orders starting from two servings
  • The 19 different sized rooms of this restaurant are arranged around a spacious garden with a pond of swimming carp. Over 80 years since its founding, mizutaki (broth stew) has been passed down to just one person called the "mizutaki-ban" (broth stew keeper), and the closely guarded secret recipe is cooked with only Awaodori chicken from Tokushima, onions, and water. The savory flavor is condensed and has a surprisingly full-bodied taste.
  • Address
    14-19, Akashicho Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A eight-minute walk from Tsukiji Station Exit 3 or 4 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
    Open Hours
    17:00~22:00 (L.O.20:00) on Monday to Friday
    11:00~22:00 (L.O.20:00) on Saturdays and Sundays
    Day Off
    Irregular holidays
    Contact
    03-3541-2391
    03-3541-2391
    Web Site
    http://www.jisaku.co.jp
  • Ningyocho Imahan Honten
  • Ningyocho Imahan Honten

    Ningyocho Imahan Honten

    Ningyocho Imahan Honten

  • Ningyocho Imahan Honten
  • Tsuki (moon) course (first class beef) Sukiyaki
    12,960yen(including tax・service charge not included)
  • A long-established store boasting outstanding popularity founded in 1895. Only female Japanese Black beef carefully selected from famous producers nationwide is stocked and aged to draw out the maximum flavor. "Sukiyaki", in which the meat is braised to seal in its deliciousness, is flavored with a special sukiyaki stock. The prime beef melts on your tongue leaving a long-lingering aftertaste.
  • Address
    2-9-12, Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A one-minute walk from Ningyocho Station Exit A2 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya or Toei Asakusa Line
    Open Hours
    11:00~15:00, 17:00~22:00 (L.O.21:00) on Monday to Friday
    11:00~22:00 (L.O.21:00) on Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays
    Day Off
    12/31, 1/1
    Contact
    03-3666-7006
    03-3666-7006
    Web Site
    https://www.imahan.com
  • Aigamo Ippin Toriyasu
  • Aigamo Ippin Toriyasu

    Aigamo Ippin Toriyasu

    Aigamo Ippin Toriyasu

  • Aigamo Ippin Toriyasu
  • Aigamo (duck) sukiyaki course
    11,880yen(including tax and service charge) *Orders starting from two servings
  • An aigamo (duck) cuisine specialty restaurant that has been serving patrons for about 150 years, loved by many celebrities like writers and Kabuki actors. "Aigamo sukiyaki" is unskinned breast meat cut thickly, grilled in an iron pot on a charcoal fire, and eaten with soy sauce and grated daikon. A depression in the custom-made iron pot is designed to collect duck fat, so the vegetables thoroughly soaked in its delicious flavor are also tasty.
  • Nihonbashi Otako Honten
  • Nihonbashi Otako Honten

    Nihonbashi Otako Honten

    Nihonbashi Otako Honten

  • Nihonbashi Otako Honten
  • Oden four chosen items 980yen(including tax)
  • A famous Kanto-style oden restaurant founded in 1923. Box-shaped pots line the counter, stewing ingredients like hanpen (fish paste cake), daikon, satsuma-age (fried fish cake), sakana-suji (shark paste), and chikuwabu (flour paste cake). Savor the piping hot oden soaked in a rich sweet and salty dashi (soup stock) that has been continually added to and perfected since the restaurant was founded.
  • Address
    2-2-3, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A one-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station Exit B5 on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tozai Line, or Toei Asakusa Line
    Open Hours
    11:30~14:00 (L.O.13:30), 17:00~23:00 (L.O.22:15)on Monday to Friday
    16:00~22:30 (L.O.21:45) on Saturdays and Holidays
    Day Off
    Sundays
    Contact
    03-3243-8282
    03-3243-8282