If you are tired of the big chain restaurants, go to Asadori. I have been here twice. It has both Japanese and Western style seating areas (i.e., tatami and chairs) but the servers are dressed in Japanese kimonos and the food is very good, specializing in kamameshi (rice and ingredients cooked in individual pots) and kushiyaki (broiled and skewered foods, the best known member of which is yakitori). The kamameshi is cooked to order so takes 30-35 minutes; you should order some kushiyaki (and beer) to tide you over. The price tag as described by others are generally accurate but the cheaper kamameshi are under 1500 yen and the kushiyaki cost few to several hundred yen each so you could get by for 2500 yen and still have a wonderful meal and experience. Reservations are possible only for groups of 5 or more. I did not ask for a menu in English so do not know if they have any.
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