Tanbo (meaning "rice paddy") is a self-proclaimed "rice-specialty restaurant." The restaurant reminds one of a good old Japanese house. Rice that meets the high standards of owner Shingo Okano is steamed with specially selected water and is brought to your table in an "ohitsu" (a special wooden bucket for rice). The miso soup, pickles, and fish are all made with fresh ingredients, and their sole purpose is to enhance the flavors of the rice. The "ohitsu-zen" set menu comes with a small pot of rice-tea. This tea is for enjoying your rice as "ochazuke" ("steeped in tea") at the end of your meal. Please leave a bit of rice left over at the end so you can try this traditional dish.
|Address||5-49-5-B1 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo|
|Home Page||http://tanbo.co.jp (In Japanese)|
|Business Hours||11:30am-11:00pm; closed Sun|
|Price||Lunch: 1,000-1,999yen Dinner: 1,000-1,999yen|
|Occasion||Good for Solo, Group|
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