|access||5 mins from Ningyocho station
5 mins from Kayabacho station
5 mins from Suitengumae station
8 mins from Nihombashi station
◆Established in 1874.
Very traditional restaurant exterior.
Grill eels with high quality Kishu Binchotan charcoal.
The flavored sauce has been continously used since the establishment of the restaurant.
The private room on the second floor became the stage of the novel "KESHIN" of Junichi Watanabe( a famous writer): originally published serially in the Nikkei newspaper in '85.
The private room was named 'the room for Kiriko' from the novel.
You can also enjoy Japanese garden there.
|Address||10-5, Koamicho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Holidays||Sunday and national holidays|
|Seats||45 seats (14 tables, 6 private rooms)|
|Banquet||max 25 people, upon request|
|Credit card||VISA MASTER DinersClub AmericanExpress JCB JALCARD|
***1st flr table menu |
・unagi ju Matsu (rice topped with grilled flavored eel in a lacquer ware box, with pickled vegitables): JPY3000-
・unagi ju Take (higher quality and/or quantity than Matsu;
rice topped with grilled flavored eel in a lacquer ware box)
with pickled vegitables): JPY3500- ・assorted pickled vegitables: JPY800-
・eel-liver soup: JPY200-
***2nd flr private room menu
・lunch course: JPY7350- or more
・dinner course: JPY10500- or more
・Saturday special course: lunch: JPY6300- or more
・Saturday special course: dinner: JPY10500- or more
|Memo||better make reservations|
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