“Okafuku business is still mid-way”
When founder Tetsuo Okafuku opened a shop serving high quality Matsuzaka beef of his hometown, literary legend Eiji Yoshikawa gave it the name ‘Okahan.’(“Okahan” suggests “Okafuku business is still mid-way” as “han” means “mid-way”.)
In addition to sukiyaki served on tatami mats that remains unchanged since the restaurant opened in 1953, we also serve Okahan-style teppanyaki (dishes grilled on an iron plate) with a mix of Japanese-style cuisine from our sister shop, Kanetanaka, and the best aspects of Western-style cuisine.
|Address||Ginza Kanetanaka Building 7-8F
7-6-16 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Saturday 11：30-14：00 L.O. 13：30
Monday－Saturday 17：30-22：00 L.O. 21：30
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays and New Year holidays|