|Established in 1960, we have been here ever since.
This charming Showa era building is the place where pilgrims, tourists and Tokyoites have a meal after visiting a neighbourhood temple or sightseeing.
Our eels are grilled over Kishu-bincho charcoal, a traditional charcoal of Japan and we use secret homemade sauces and pristine well water that we draw from a well that flows under our restaurant.
You will experience an Edo Period tradition here in modern day Tokyo.
|Photo by Ai Nishimura|