- Kobe Beef / Wagyu Beef
8 mins from Asakusa station on Tsukuba line
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- All You Can Drink Plan
- Birthday Privilege
- English Menu
Concept :Asakusa Ichimon offers Edo-style cuisine in a traditional Japanese house that was built nearly 70 years ago. The interior is furnished in classic Japanese decor, with chairs, a counter and some seats surrounding a tatami mat and hearth, while including such rare features as a functioning water wheel.
Key Points :Ichimon’s attention to detail is expressed on every front: The vegetables are organic, and true to traditional Edo cuisine, the seafood is fresh and wild-caught, the eggs are sourced from famed Okukuji chickens and the seasonings — all the way down to the salt and sugar used in the dishes — are selected from among the best in the country.
Recommended Dishes :The restaurant’s specialty is "Edo Negima Nabe" (¥4,000 for 2 people) made using the most savory cuts of tuna and fresh leeks. The freshness of the vegetables paired with the soup’s rich broth is an exceptional combination. In addition, grilled ribs (¥2,500) using Hayama Wagyu beef and stewed beef tendons (¥500) are two highly recommended dishes. Just like the main brunch, the annex overflows with Edo-style atmosphere. Course menu prices range from ¥3,000 to ¥25,000, suitable for guests on any budget. Large parties are welcome to enjoy a hall made to resemble a castle tower decorated with armor.
- 3-32-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
- 8 mins from Asakusa station on Tsukuba line
- 03-3871-1015(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Closed On:
- Sun & Hol
- 85 seats
- Credit cards accepted: