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It’s worth the visit for the unagi bowl. The taste is subtle n not much of sauce is used because the unagi is fresh. There is a queue but it took us less than half hour to get a place
The chicken bowl is also...More
Went there for the first time, and found that the quality of UNAGI here is sometimes better than some of the famous first class UNAGI restaurants in Tokyo, especially in terms of the best combination of crispness outside and softness inside.
They close at 2pm and reopen at 4pm.
I happen to arrive at 1.59pm and they still accept food orders but strictly refuse all other customers who arrives at 2pm.
Nothing special for the unagi. Doesnt live up the hype. Unagi is good but could...More
Had lunch at 1pm on Friday. Had to wait a bit. Lots of tourists and some Japanese. Was recommended by tourist info office at Kawagoe Station.
3400Y for large unajyu. Taste was OK but I preferred the crispy eel I had in Kyoto. Eel intestines...More
Even though it wasn't a busy day we had to wait for 20 minutes to be seated. The staff who greeted us was friendly and asked what country we came from since the name we wrote was the only English one.
Since it was our...More
We had the regular size unaju (eel on top of rice) for 2,800 yen. It came with a soup. Tasty and filling. Lots of families with older crowds were eating there. There might be a line during peak time of the day.