Tourists keep coming into Asakusa throughout the year, particularly in downtown (Shitamachi) and Tokyo Skytree. Being an old town with a lot of history, the area offers a lot of places for sightseeing. You'll find a huge variety of dining destinations for lunch and dinner, including long-established restaurants that serve classic Japanese food like unagi, seafood, and tonkatsu, as well as French, Italian, and Mexican restaurants. There are also a handful of high-end restaurants in the area. Read on as we feature some must-visit restaurants in Asakusa for lunch.
1. Que Bom!
This restaurant serves famous Brazilian cuisine, including piping hot [Churrasco] (Brazilian-style charcoal-grilled meat threaded onto iron skewers) and [Feijoada] (stewed salted black beans with pork and sausages). Enjoy a unique way of dining for lunch. You can enjoy assorted Churrasco, such as [Linguiça] (smoke-cured pork sausage), [Frango] (chicken), [Feijoada], chicken wings, beef stroganoff, fried foods, salad, rice, and pasta at their pay-by-weight buffet. The restaurant is well-known, especially among frequent diners, as they can enjoy eating to their heart's content without having to spend too much. A must-try for those who have yet to try Brazilian cuisine.
[Weekdays, Saturday]5:00 pm - 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:00 pm)
L.O. for Churrasco: 10:00 pm
[Sunday, National Holidays] 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm (L.O. 9:30 pm)
L.O. for Churrasco: 9:00 pm
[Saturday, National Holidays] Lunch 11:30 am - 3:00 pm (L.O. 2:30 pm) Pay-by-weight lunch buffet is exclusively on every Saturday and Sunday! Enjoy authentic Brazilian cuisine at 130 JPY/100g
[Weekdays] Lunch 11:30 am - 3:00 pm (L.O. 2:20 pm)
The restaurant started serving lunch on weekdays from March 2017, so diners can feel free to enjoy authentic Brazilian cuisine and churrasco in a pay-by-weight style.Closed:
[Dinner] 4,000 JPYAccess:
Nearby ROX, a department store along Kokusai-dori Street.Address:
B1F, Nikko-sha Bldg., 2-15-13, Nishi Asakusa, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
2. Nan'ou Ryori Banchina
Located on the 9th floor of a building that borders Sumida River (Sumida-gawa), Nan’ou Ryori Banchina is a restaurant that serves Southern European dishes, as well as dishes that use wild game (like deer and boar) that the owner-chef hunted themselves! The shop’s recommended dish is the [Ezo Shika no Jibie Curry], of which only 5 plates are served per day. Their lunch course – wherein you can pick 1 dish each from foods like [Jikasei Butaniku no Ryuetto] or [Reisei Kabocha no Soup] for appetizers, [Wakatori Momoniku no Steak] or [Honjitsu no O-sakana Ryori] for mains, and [Orange Parfait] or [Chocolate Cake] for desserts – comes with a salad buffet and a free drink. Relax while gazing at Tokyo Skytree and the surrounding townscape from the windows.
Nan'ou Ryori Banchina
[Tuesday - Sunday and National Holidays] Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
[Tuesday - Sunday, Day before National Holidays] Dinner 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Monday Open for group reservation (need at least 10 people)
[Dinner] 6,000 JPY From 4,800 JPY / [Lunch]
30 seconds walk from Exit 5 of Asakusa Station. It is located on the 4th building when you go north from Asakusa Station.Adrress:
9F, Chuden Bldg., 1-2-6, Hanakawado, Taito-ku, Tokyo More Details
3. Asakusa Sushi Ken
Asakusa Sushi Ken is located at Kokusai-dori Street, the center of the tourist-filled Asakusa area. The restaurant serves artisan Edomae sushi made only of fish from the morning catch, along with sushi rice seasoned with red vinegar that was manufactured by the town's long-established brewer. Enjoy Edomae sushi at a reasonable price with their [Jizakana Lunch Nigiri] set, which is composed of 9 assorted sushi made of tuna, squid, olive flounder fish, salmon and other fresh seafood. It comes with tamagoyaki (rolled egg), chawanmushi (steamed egg custard), and soup. Their [Tempura Lunch Set] (made of seasonal vegetables and seafood) and [Suruga-don] (rice bowl generously topped with tuna meat scrape, white fish, boiled whitebait, and squid) is well-loved even by foreign tourists! They also have other cheap yet satisfying dishes for as low as 1,000 JPY. You can enjoy their sushi and wine combo, too!
Asakusa Sushi Ken
[Weekdays, Saturday] Lunch 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm (L.O. 4:00 pm)
[Weekdays, Saturday] Dinner 4:00 pm - 11:30 pm (L.O. 11:00 pm)
Subject to change during New Year's holiday, Golden Week, Obon, and other national holidays. Contact the restaurant for more details.
[Sunday, National Holidays] Lunch 11:30 am - 3:00 pm (L.O. 2:00 pm)
[Sunday, National Holidays] Dinner 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm (L.O. 9:30 pm)
Subject to change during New Year's holiday, Golden Week, Obon, and other national holidays. Contact the restaurant for more details.Closed:
None Except on December 31Average price:
[Dinner] 5,000 JPY / [Lunch] 1,300 JPYAccess:
It is located along Kokusai-dori Street and can be accessed through either: A 5-minute walk from Tawaramachi Station or less than a 1 minute walk from Exit 1 of Asakusa Station.Address:
1F, Matsu Royal Bldg., 2-11-4, Asakusa, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
4. Kappou Tombo
Kappou Tonbo is an 80-year old restaurant facing the intersection of Azuma Bridge (Azuma-bashi) along Sumida River that is filled with a good-old, downtown atmosphere. The restaurant has Japanese-style private rooms, giving off a very laid-back atmosphere. One of their lunch sets, the [Hitotori Kaiseki], is a set meal that you should not miss! It is composed of their flagship dish, [Maple Saikyoyaki] (grilled fish marinated with Saikyo miso paste), and 3 kinds of sashimi with complementary coffee or tea. Other must-try dishes include the [Azumabashi Plate] (set meal composed of an assortment of sashimi, grilled and fried dishes, tamagoyaki, stew, and other classic Japanese dishes) that brings the taste of Japan in one plate, and [Tempura Gozen] (set meal composed of assorted tempura). As a long-established restaurant, Kappou Tonbo is a delight among diners, as they serve delectable yet affordable dishes.
10:00 am - 10:00 pmClosed:
[Dinner] 5,000 JPY / [Lunch] 1,500 JPYAccess:
1 minute walk from Exit A4 of Honjo-azumabashi Station 8 minutes walk from Exit 4 of Asakusa StationAddress:
3-7-17, Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, TokyoMore Details
5. Asakusa Ginshachi
Asakusa Ginshachi is located near Asakusa Temple (Asakusa-ji), facing the shopping district, Orange-dori Street. It is well-known for its fish kasuzuke (pickled fish in sake lees) made from a secret recipe, dried fish, and seasonal vegetables robatayaki (fireside cooking). Their highly-recommended lunch sets, such as [Gindara no Kasuzuke no Teishoku] (pickled gindara cod fish set meal), [Tsukune to Sake Harasu no Teishoku] (chicken/fish meatball and grilled salmon belly set meal), and [Torosaba no Himono Teishoku] (dried fatty mackerel set meal) that mostly consists of fish, start from 1,000 JPY. Many diners love the perfect combination of rice and the umami flavor of charcoal-grilled fish for lunch. Apparently, there are many frequent diners who ask for a free rice refill and finish it off as ochazuke (rice soaked in hot tea or dashi stock)! They also serve their original sake (Japanese alcohol) called [Mimurosugi], which is best enjoyed with their flagship Kasuzuke dishes. You'll be sure to enjoy delectable dishes while feeling the Edo atmosphere in Asakusa Ginshachi.
Open: [Weekdays, Saturday] 11:30 am - 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:00 pm)
[Sunday] 11:30 am -10:00 pm (L.O. 9:00 pm)
Average price: [Dinner] 4,000 JPY / [Lunch]1,300 JPY
Access: 5 minutes walk from Asakusa Station
Address: 1-17-5, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
6. Nuchi Gusui
A 1 minute walk from Kaminari-mon Gate, Nuchi Gusui serves Okinawan cuisine and is owned by an Okinawan architect. The restaurant's unique interior is adorned with Awamori shochu (Japanese alcohol) bottles, an Okinawan lion dog statue (shisa) known as a talisman against evil, and some trees. Diners can enjoy weekends and holiday-exclusive lunch sets, such as the well-known [Goya Chanpuru] (Okinawan bitter melon stir fry) and oven-baked [Taco Rice] that's generously topped with 3 kinds of cheeses. Aside from that, they also serve [Kassen Steak] that allows diners to have a taste of A4 and A5 Okinawan beef brands, such as Ishigaki or Motobu beef, in one dish, as well as [Agu Pork Soki Soba] (Okinawan soba noodle soup topped with Agu Pork ribs) made with Asakusa Kaikarou-brand soba noodles. Enjoy the taste of Okinawa in Tokyo.
Open: [Monday - Saturday] Dinner 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
[Sunday] 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm *Lunch is until 2:30 pm.
Average price: [Dinner]4,500 JPY / [Lunch] 1,500 JPY
Access: Go through Asakusa's Kaminari Gate, turn left at the Kibidango shop, and you'll find it 10m away.
Address: 1-20-5, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
7. Asakusa Shokutsugai no Himonoya
Asakusa Shokutsugai no Himonoya has illuminations and decorations, such as black walls and fishnets, that bring out the atmosphere of fishing villages during the Edo period (1603 - 1868). They serve dishes made not only from fish caught in Japan, but also from around the world! Try their [Nigiyaka Gozen] lunch set, where you can enjoy fish cooked in 3 ways, such as Aji (horse mackerel), Shima Hokke (atka mackerel), Saba Shioyaki (grilled salted mackerel), and Saba Mirin (mirin-marinated mackerel). The set also comes with potato salad, rolled omelette, 3 types of sashimi, rice, ton-jiru (pork miso soup), pickles, and dessert, making it a very satisfying dish. There are also plenty of other dishes, like the [Shun no Osakana Teishoku] (set meal of seasonal fish), [Saba Shioyaki Hanshin Teishoku] (half set meal of grilled salted mackerel), and [Saba Mirinboshi Hanshin Teishoku] (half set meal of mirin-marinated mackerel) where you can choose your favorite fish. They also serve [Bansuke Shima Hokke Hiraki] and [Bansuke Saba Hiraki] from Onahama's premium dried fish brand, Bansuke Kobo. It is something that you must not miss!
Asakusa Shokutsugai no Himonoya
11:30 am - 3:00 am (L.O. 2:00 am)
*Please note that late business hours may vary, as they are currently understaffed.Closed:
[Dinner] 3,000 JPY / [Lunch] 800 JPY
Their set meals, which start from 750 JPY, cost the same for lunch and dinner.Access:
From Exit A3 of Asakusa Station, go straight on Kaminarimon-dori Street towards Ueno. Turn right on Sushiya-dori Street. Afterwards, turn left at the first building.Access:
2 minutes walk from Tsukuba Express StationAddress:
1-2F, Gosho No. 2 Bldg., 1-11-1, Asakusa, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
Operating for more than 50 years, Enshuuya is a restaurant known for its dishes that use rare seafood, such as Japanese spiny lobster, Phantom shrimp, and Kue (longtooth grouper), as well as Edomae sushi. They serve a variety of courses that are made only from carefully-selected seafood, as well as 150 other dishes. At lunch, they offer rice bowls, such as [Negitoro-don] (raw tuna with green onions) and [Uni-don] (sea urchin), that come with 2 side dishes - pickles and miso soup. They also serve set meals like [Maguro Butsugiri Teishoku] (marinated tuna tartare), [Ebi Tempura Teishoku] (shrimp tempura), and [Honkaku Edomae Sushi Nigiri Teishoku] (original recipe of Edomae sushi). All these dishes can be enjoyed at a very reasonable price, as they are served with complementary rice and miso soup (refillable). What's even better is that they offer tempura bowls (ten-don) at a discounted price every Tuesday and Friday. If you wish to enjoy the best seafood dishes without having to break your budget, come here!
For reservations outside 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm, kindly contact them through e-mail. They have a total of 7 small and large private rooms for parties. Each floor may accommodate a minimum of 60 - 120 people.
Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
They accommodate private parties. Each floor may accommodate a minimum of 60 - 120 people.
[Monday - Saturday, National Holidays] 11:30 am - 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:30 pm) Private lunch parties are also welcomed.
Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pm / Dinner 5:00 pm - 11:00 pmClosed:
[Dinner] 4,000 JPY Total budget for dinner. The restaurant prepares meals according to your request.
[Lunch] 700 JPY This is based on a price of a set meal.Access:
1 minute walk from Tawaramachi Station. If you walk on Kokusai-dori towards Kuramae and turn right when you see the first business hotel, it'll be right there.Address:
2-2-7, Kotobuki, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
9. Kaiseki Hisagoan
Located at Yanagi-dori Street in Asakusa's Kannondo-ura, Kaiseki Hisagoan is a long-established restaurant that's often used for wedding receptions, private parties, and memorial services. They have Sukiya-zukuri style private rooms (designed similar to tea ceremony rooms) for small group gatherings and function rooms that accommodate events or large groups. All of their private rooms provide an overlooking view of their small garden. They offer [Kaiseki Lunch] for groups of 6 people (reservation required at least 3 days ahead) that is composed of traditional dishes. The set has an appetizer and soup, as well as assortments of sashimi, grilled and fried dishes, stewed dishes, pickled dishes, and desserts made with only carefully-selected ingredients. This restaurant is highly recommended for celebrations like anniversaries, as well as for formal events, as they offer delicious foods and the high-quality service expected from any long-established restaurant.
[Monday - Saturday] 11:30 am - 10:00 pm (L.O. 9:00 am)
[Sunday, National Holidays] 11:30 am - 9:00 pmClosed:
[Dinner] 20,000 JPY / [Lunch] 10,000 JPYAccess:
13-minute walk from Exit 6 of Tokyo Metro Asakusa Station. Walk west on Kototoi-dori Street or Asakusa Kannondo-ura, and turn right on the next traffic light.Address:
3-34-11, Asakusa, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
The restaurant is a 3-minute walk from Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station, and is located at the second floor of Red Planet Hotel. They mainly offer Japanese cuisine. Upon entering the restaurant, you will easily notice the sake bottle wall ornaments. At lunchtime, they serve [30 Hinmoku Balanced Lunch] (a 30-item balanced meal) that provides about half of your daily recommended dose of vegetables. The set lets you choose 1 dish from among 6 daily main dishes, including [Chicken Tartar Karaage] (fried chicken with tartar sauce), [Osakana Ume no Kaori-age] (deep-fried fish), and [Umabuta Shabu-shabu Yudeyasai] (salad with boiled pork and vegetables). It also comes with 15-grain rice and kenchin-jiru soup (soup made of Japanese tofu and vegetables). Soft drinks can be refilled for free on weekdays. A must-try for those who would like to enjoy a bit of booze would be the [Hitokuchi Lunch Beer]. It is a shot of Japanese sake or shochu that's exclusively chosen by the restaurant owner.
[Weekday, Day before National Holidays] Lunch 11:30 am - 3:00 pm (L.O. 2:00 pm) Dinner 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm (L.O. 9:00 pm) *Need private reservations for weekends and national holidays. Breakfast 6:30 am - 10:00 am (L.O. 9:30 am)Closed:
[Dinner] 4,000 JPY / [Lunch] 1,000 JPYAccess:
2-minute walk from Exit 4 of Tsukuba ExpressAddress:
2F, Red Planet Hotel Asakusa, 1-11-6, Asakusa, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
11. Nihon Ryori Shinsenya
Nihon Ryori Shinsenya is located in Asakusa-dori Street, and is known for its Kaiseki (multi-course) dishes made of fresh seasonal seafood procured directly from the market. Their lunch menu, with seafood as its main ingredient, is well-loved by neighboring businessmen and even tourists! The restaurant serves [Higawari Gozen], a set meal composed of a main dish made from the grilled fish of the day and tempura, 2 side dishes, rice, miso soup, and pickles. Some of their best-selling dishes include [Tekka-don] (vinegared rice topped with carefully-selected, sliced raw tuna) and [Barazushi] (a type of scattered sushi) that is beautifully topped with assorted fresh seafood. However, the [Kaisen Tower Don] tops the list for must-try dishes at this restaurant. This highly-recommended dish consists of rice generously topped with fresh seafood, such as tuna, pickled mackerel, and shrimps. The center of the bowl is also uniquely designed, as the shrimps are arranged to resemble the Tokyo Skytree and finished off with fan-shaped tempura that serve as the "halo" at the back of the tower.
Nihon Ryori Shinsenya
[Monday - Saturday, National Holidays] Dinner 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm (L.O. 10:00 pm)
[Weekdays] Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pmClosed:
Sunday *Lunch during weekends are for private reservations only. Multi-course (kaisen) meals and funeral meal courses available. Average price:
[Dinner] 5,000 JPY / 5,000 JPY - 10,000 JPYAccess:
6-minute walk from Toei Asakusa Station
5-minute walk from Honjo-azumabashi StationAddress:
1-7-7, Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, TokyoMore Details
Located along Kokusai-dori Street and just a 2-minute walk from Kuramae Station, Sugita has been known for their tonkatsu, pork saute, ebi fry (deep-fried prawns), omelettes, and other delectable dishes since 1977. Their [Tonkatsu], made with strictly chosen local pork, is popular for its light taste and crispiness. Lard (imported from Holland) is used for frying, and they make sure to change up the temperature during the entire frying process. Their [Ebi Fry] is made with Chinese white shrimp that can grow as big as 30cm, and comes with their original mayonnaise-based tartar sauce. Their [Pork Saute] is also well-loved by diners because of its delicate taste and aroma, thanks to the whiskey and butter-soy sauce added during sauteing. They serve the same menu for both lunch and dinner. The ordering style is set up so that you can have as much rice - which is Koshihikari rice from Nozawa Onsen - and ton-jiru soup (pork miso soup with a generous serving of root vegetables) as you'd like.
[Monday - Wednesday, Friday - Sunday, National Holidays, Day before National Holidays] Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pm (L.O. 1:45 pm)
[Monday - Wednesday, Friday - Sunday, National Holidays, Day before National Holidays] Dinner 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm (L.O. 8:15 pm)Closed:
Thursday Closed if a national holiday falls on ThursdayAverage price:
[Dinner] 3,000 JPY / [Lunch] 3,000 JPYAccess:
2-minute walk from Exit A5 of Kuramae StationAddress:
3-8-3, Kotobuki, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
Nabeno-Ism is owned by Yuichiro Watanabe, a former chef at many famous restaurants in the country. The restaurant offers only 1 kind of course meal for lunch and dinner, which changes every season. Each of their dishes are cooked innovatively, as they use an abundant mixture of seasonal vegetables, fruits, seafood, and meat sourced locally from Asakusa to create orthodox French cuisine. Their [Sobagaki] (buckwheat dumplings made from Hosokawa buckwheat flour, prepared French-style) and [Grilled Japanese Beef Fillet] is marinated with a secret ingredient. It is made of yuzu kosho (fermented paste made from chili peppers, yuzu citrus peel, and salt) from Tokyo and ginger. Both dishes showcase a fusion of fine, traditional French and Japanese flavors. This French-inspired restaurant has many fans who excitedly await for their new dishes every season.
[Tuesday - Sunday, National Holidays, Day before National Holidays] Lunch 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm (L.O. 1:30 pm)
[Tuesday - Sunday, National Holidays, Day before National Holidays] Dinner 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm (L.O. 9:00 pm)Closed:
Monday Every 4th Tuesday of the month
On Sunday, only open for lunchAverage price:
[Dinner] 30,000 JPY / [Lunch] 15,000 JPYAccess:
3-minute walk from Exit A2-b of Asakusa StationAddress:
2-1-17, Komagata, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
14. Unagi Komagata Maekawa Main Branch
This long-established restaurant was founded about 200 years ago, during the Bunka-Bunsei era (1804 - 1830) of the Edo period. It is known for serving dishes that showcase the delicious taste of eel. Aside from their [Shiroyaki] (grilled yellow-bellied eels) that is best enjoyed with wasabi soy-sauce to bring out its unique aroma and flavor, and [Unaju] (rice box topped with marinated eel) that uses the restaurant's secret sauce, they are also known for their 11-course meal consisting of rolled eggs with eel, steamed and pickled dishes, Unaju, and so on. The restaurant offers dishes made from wild eels caught during early May to late November. During the other seasons, they use eels from Bando Taro, which is a brand that sources their eels from Tone-gawa River, as those eels have similar characteristics with wild ones. Please note that [Unaju], [Tenju] (tempura lunch box), [Otsukuri Gozen] (sashimi assortments), and other eel dishes offered during lunch time require reservations due to the limited quantity available.
Unagi Komagata Maekawa Main Branch
[Monday - Sunday] 11:30 am - 9:00 pm (L.O. 8:30 pm)Closed:
[Dinner]8,000 JPY / [Lunch] 4,000 JPYAccess:
1-minute walk from Exit A2 of Toei Asakusa Station, 3-minute walk from Exit 4 of Tokyo Metro Asakusa StationAddress:
2-1-29, Komagata, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
15. Unagi Fugu Kaiseki Imai
Kaiseki Imai is located in Kuramae, where remnants of the old downtown atmosphere are still evident. The restaurant serves creative dishes made from seasonal seafood, such as wild local eels, oysters from Chiba, and fugu (pufferfish) from Shimonoseki, offering a taste of Japan like no other. Made only of Shizuoka-grown eels, their [Tokusen Unaju Lunch Tokujo] features a superbly-flavored and soft-textured eel that comes with a special sauce, unagi liver soup, and pickles. They also have a lunch course that consists of 3 - 4 main dishes from their daily menu, including [Makunouchi Bento], [Toro Hokke Shioyaki] (grilled fatty atka mackerel seasoned with salt), and [Saba no Hitoshio-yaki Katsuura] (salt-filled mackerel), along with rice, miso soup, side dishes, chawanmushi (egg custard), and pickles. In addition, they serve [Unadon] (rice bowl topped with eel) every Wednesday at a discounted price. Since it is made from naturally-raised local eels, it provides a lot value for your money. Don’t miss it!
Unagi Fugu Kaiseki Imai
[Monday - Saturday, Day before National Holidays] Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pm (L.O. 1:30 pm)
[Monday - Saturday, Day before National Holidays] Dinner 5:00 pm -11:00 pm (L.O. 10:00 pm)Closed:
Sunday, National HolidaysAverage price:
[Dinner] 5,000 JPY / (Banquet Course) From 4,800 JPY / [Lunch] 950 JPY / (Lunch Menu) From 750 JPYAccess:
3-minute (approximately 233m) walk from Kuramae StationAddress:
4-23-1, Kuramae, Taito-ku, TokyoMore Details
16. Trattoria Kururi
Trattoria Kururi offers Italian cuisine and desserts made using vegetables harvested from Kururi, a famous farm village in Chiba Prefecture. They are well-known for their Italian course meals made of fish and pork, as well as their all-you-can-drink courses. Their [Pasta Lunch] set consists of 1 serving of their pasta, the soup of the day, a salad with a generous serving of vegetables harvested from Kazusa Aisai Farm, and house-made Focaccia. Their other varieties of pasta, such as the [Tomato Sauce and Grana Padano Cheese Pasta] and [Spaghetti Aglio e Olio Pasta with Bacon and Seasonal Vegetables], come with a generous serving of vegetables raised in their very own farm. Come and enjoy high-quality Italian cuisine in a very clean and casual ambiance.
Open: [Weekdays]Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pm (L.O. 2:00 pm)
[Weekdays] Dinner 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm (L.O. 9:00 pm)
Closed: Weekends, National Holidays
Average price: [Dinner] 5,000 JPY / [Lunch] 1,500 JPY
Access: 1-minute walk from Asakusabashi Station
Address: 1F, PF Asakusabashi Bldg., 1-19-10, Asakusabashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Disclaimer: All information is accurate at time of publication.