Here’s a spot in downtown Tokyo which you won’t find in your guidebook of Japan:
Sunamachi Ginza Shotengai Shopping District, Koto ward, Tokyo.
We have been in business here in Sunamachi Ginza Shotengai for over 60 years.
We serve a number of uniquely Japanese dishes which are eaten by ordinary Japanese folk. The menu items devised by our restaurant’s original founder include ‘shio udon’ (thick wheat noodles), ‘inarizushi’ (fried tofu stuffed with rice) and ‘dango’ (sweet round dumplings).
Sunamachi Ginza Shotengai is a small, old fashioned and unspoiled market street which does not have a strong touristy feel.
On your next trip to Japan, be sure to come down to Sunamachi Ginza Shotengai and pay a visit to our restaurant.
Udon noodles served in a way which is not common here in Tokyo. Our restaurant is the only place where you can experience this particular taste, which was devised by our original founder.
A “soul food” dish that has been enjoyed by the Japanese since the Edo period. We have preserved our original founder’s tradition and continue making this dish the same way he made it since the beginning, over 60 years ago.
A traditional and very typical Japanese confectionery made with rice flour. You must try dango at least once during your visit to Japan!