We were attracted by the long queue during lunch, and decided to give it a try. The queue started before the opening hours 1130am. Queue is well organized and fast turn around. You decide what to order and paid, then wait to be seated. We had to share table w strangers. Everyone is there to eat and then leave. Not a restaurant for long chat. The objective is a meal.
A bowl of oyakodon is about1500 yen. Only 3-4 types to choose from. We were served chicken clear soup which is tasty and well-boiled. The oyakodon is well-cooked. The green condiment were perfect. It was a satisfying meal. Took about 1/2 hrs to 45 mins, queue, paid, wait and slurp. And a nice experience of traditional eatery.
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