On the north side of Shibuya Station, there’s a corner called ‘Nonbee Alley’ where the atmosphere of the Showa Era seems to hang in the air. Right around the middle of that alley is where you’ll find this shop. This small shop opened in Showa 26, and has a capacity of about 10 people. At this old shop you’re able to savor the unchanged atmosphere of an older Japan. It’s always been a pretty popular place, to the extent that it attracts customers from all over the country. Maybe a little too popular; these days it’s necessary to have three alternate reservation times (for example, 6 o’clock, 7:30, and 9 PM). They can’t communicate in English, so you’ll have to do your best to make your reservations in Japanese. Their kabobs are unusually large; three are more than enough to fill up one person.
|Categories||Yakitori , Izakaya|
|Address||Nonbei-Yokocho 1-25-10 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo|
|Occasion||Good for Solo, Group|