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  • Mutsumi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
  • Located a short walk from sensoji temple, Matsumi is a small traditional Japanese restaurant where you have to take over your shoes and sit on the tatami floor. When I walked in around 12:30 on a Thur...
  • Komagata Dojo

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
  • Komagata Dojo specializes in serving dojo, which is a small fish that tastes similar to eel. The fish is served in hot pots (nabe), grilled (yaki) or in an omelette (yanagawa) among others. The seatin...
  • Mugitoro: Asakusa

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
  • Mugitoro specializes in rice cooked with barley, and then topped with grated mountain yam. The result is incredibly gooey, but quite delicious. The set courses come with other traditional Japanese dis...
  • Sasanoyuki: Uguisudani

  • Traditional Japanese, Vegetarian & Healthy ( Nippori )
  • Sasanoyuki dates back to the Edo period in the 1800s, when a tofu maker opened it. Nowadays it has become an institution for tofu-dining, and the low prices make it even more popular.
  • Inshotei

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ueno )
  • Okabe

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
  • Yushin

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
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