Originally established in Shin-machi, Osaka in 1924 as a kappo (traditional Japanese restaurant with counter seating).
It was the talk of the town when we opened another kappo in Ginza 8-Chome in 1928 because it was the first restaurant with open kitchen/counter seating in Tokyo. Since the day of establishment, we have been committed to using best-quality ingredients to serve dishes with the most natural flavors and the least manipulation.
At present, the third- and fourth-generation owners work in the kitchen, while three generations of owners’ wives attend the customers.
|Address||Hamasaku Building 1-4F
7-7-4 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Saturday Noon 11：30-13：00 L.O.
Monday－Saturday night 17：00～21：00 L.O.
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Closed during December 31 to1 January 4
Obon holiday around August 15 Higan (equinox) holiday