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It’s hard to explain what Kagaya is.
Let’s just say that it’s a small restaurant with only around ten places where he puts on a show with every aspect of the night.
He is incredibly funny and original - no one left dinner without a...More
A talented man with an equally impressive menu. The "show" is awesome and all, but the food was great as well. Overall, coming to this little Izakaya located in a basement apartment was the best thing I did during my month-long stay in Japan, and...More
I knew what this izakaya is all about, but my friend didnt. We had really great time, it was a shame that one table beside us were some booring people, but we enjoyed Mark's show with all others:) Dont go there if you easily get...More
We visited on our final night in Tokyo to cheer our holiday blues. I havent laughed that hard in a long time. This is NOT for the shy and sheepish! I wont give anything away but it's for adults only and great fun. Go, get...More
Like the reviews suggested this place was pretty crazy and the host had us in stitches a lot of the time! The food was also pretty good too. They were fully booked but were able to fit us in at a later time. Definitely worth...More
We didn't book but Kagaya must have liked us because he made space for us. It was wonderful, I laughed so hard. I could go in to detail about all the crazy things that happened like the dirty frog puppet show, the impromptu portrait sketching...More
As others have said, don't research too much on what will happen during the dinner as it will ruin the surprise. This is a MUST do while in Tokyo. Don't bring children, don't go if you're easily offended, and make sure to make reservations. This...More
I have to say that I found the place by trying to google izakaya on the maps.
I quickly look the reviews, which looked great on star standard and read couple ones saying:”don’t read the reviews, just go and we did that”. I was expecting...More
Tucked away in a basement in Shimbashi, Kagaya will give you either the best night of your Tokyo stay or a few weeks' worth of recurring nightmares. You will leave as a changed man or woman. Either way, everyone needs to come and find out...More