We ate here upon the recommendation of our guide, and she said that the Japanese usually ate here to celebrate a special occasion, hence the prices are a little more expensive than usual. The special thing about their tempura is that it's fried in sesame oil, which you can smell from a mile away. Upon entering the restaurant, it was a good sign that it is full of locals, hence decreasing its touristy factor. The squid tempura was just crunchy outside and then melt in your mouth inside...simply glorious! The food could be a little oily (well, because it is tempura) but it's all in all satisfying. English menu is available.
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