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Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 03-6431-0930 (+81-3-6431-0930)

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Why not have some "namero" to go with our selection of fine sake, just three minutes from Jimbocho station?

Namero is a dish made with a ratio of miso and condiments that depends on the fish used. For the red sea bream pictured, we prepare namero using green onion, perilla, and ginger along with a base of white miso, which brings out the flavor of the sea bream without detracting from it. Hardly seen in the market, domestic beef offal allows you to enjoy a springy texture full of collagen, is odorless, and has a savory taste that pairs well vegetables to draw out their flavor. As is to be expected for a izakaya (Japanese gastropub) serving food and drinks, we have confidence in our fine, plentiful line-up of sake (Japanese rice wine) from only the best around the country. A three-minute walk from the Jimbocho subway station, Takenawa is a restaurant that boasts a rich selection of alcohol and an established reputation for a contrast of uncompromising food, with about thirty varieties of single-serving sake, around six local type of sake changing daily, and sixty types of shochu (Japanese spirits). Namero is a dish made with a ratio of miso and condiments that depends on the fish used. For the red sea bream pictured, we prepare namero using green read more onion, perilla, and ginger along with a base of white miso, which brings out the flavor of the sea bream without detracting from it. Hardly seen in the market, domestic beef offal allows you to enjoy a springy texture full of collagen, is odorless, and has a savory taste that pairs well vegetables to draw out their flavor. As is to be expected for a izakaya (Japanese gastropub) serving food and drinks, we have confidence in our fine, plentiful line-up of sake (Japanese rice wine) from only the best around the country. A three-minute walk from the Jimbocho subway station, Takenawa is a restaurant that boasts a rich selection of alcohol and an established reputation for a contrast of uncompromising food, with about thirty varieties of single-serving sake, around six local type of sake changing daily, and sixty types of shochu (Japanese spirits). ... learn more from chef

  • English-speaking staff
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Lunch
  • Late-night service
  • No smoking
  • Special dietary requests
  • Western cutlery

Takenawa

たけなわ 闌

Help desk

:
Savor Japan help desk can help English-speaking foreign visitors in Japan communicate with restaurants and make reservations between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm (Japan time. This is not a toll-free number).

050-5263-1777 (+81-50-5263-1777)

Shop: 03-6431-0930 (+81-3-6431-0930)

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Access
A very quick 3 minute walk from Jimbocho Station exit A5, or a short 9 minutes from Suidobashi Station east exit. Next to Shinden Kitajinbocho post office.
Cuisine
Japanese / Oden,Japanese / Motsu nabe (offal hotpot),Japanese / Sashimi (raw fish)/Seafood / Japanese Izakaya (bar/pub),Taverns
Average price
Dinner: 3,000 JPY / Lunch: 800 JPY
Open
[Weekdays, including days before holidays] Hours: 17:30-00:00 (last order 22:30; last drink 23:00. Extended hours on Fridays.) Lunch: 11:30-14:30 (last order 14:00) No smoking before 12:30.
Closed
None
Address

BF Bldg. 1F , 1-38 Kanda Jinbo-cho , Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo map

Takenawa_Outside view
Address (for taxi driver )
東京都千代田区神田神保町1-38BFビル1F
English services
Unknown.
Credit cards accepted
American Express / Diners Club / MasterCard / Visa
Features
Free Wi-Fi / Lunch / Late-night service / Special diet / Smoking allowed / Reservations / Reserved rooms / Coupons/vouchers / Tatami room / course meals / Large shochu selection / Large sake selection

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