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Stopped by for dinner on a Thursday night and there was no wait. Walked right in and were greeted by warm and friendly English speaking staff. We LOVE eel and were excited to eat at a restaurant that features it. We ordered the Japanese eel...More
It’s an ancient-looking little restaurant in the loveliest street of Narita (a nice town that would deserve more attention). The atmosphere is very romantic, the staff, unusually for Japan, speak good English. I ordered the eel, famous local specialty, with rice and miso and I...More
Was planning on coming here for a good meal when I had a layover in Narita. In addition to being conveniently close to Naritasan temple, this place oozes traditional atmosphere and is cozily comfortable at the same time. Right outside and next door there were...More
This is a traditional eatery that has been in business for literally hundreds of years. It's a simple menu but done to perfection and with care. You can taste the beautiful unagi and the wonderful tare that is on the fish. There are different price...More
We were passing through Narita, having come to see the huge temple on our way to Tokyo, when hunger struck and we needed a light lunch to get us on our way. This very old restaurant was delightful, and the food was well-prepared and delicious....More
We were in Narita for a day trip and dropped into this restaurant. The service was great and they accept credit cards (unlike many other places). The unagi don was great, but the sushimi plate was disappointing.
felt the sense of time
In a family age old traditional shop
Am so glad they have kept
This shop the name is
Chrysanthemum and am so happy
To have met the next generation
A young man who spoke English
Who runs his family business...More
great ambience .A fine dining experience. Excellent service . The food was amazing in this historical restaurant serving food for over 150 years. The staff was friendly. The unagi was excellently cooked and served. Sake was served in beautiful jars. Sashimi was excellent too ....More
Taxi, definitely. Remember you need to be back in the airport 2 hours prior to your flight out. All the taxi drivers know this resataurant. Have it written on a piece if paper to show the driver. The restaurant will call... More
Taxi, definitely. Remember you need to be back in the airport 2 hours prior to your flight out. All the taxi drivers know this resataurant. Have it written on a piece if paper to show the driver. The restaurant will call you a taxi to take you back to the airport.
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