I like Sukiyaki very much. I have not gone to this store for many times in Japan. I must try this time! We went to Tokyo the next day and went to the store to book a two-day lunch. Finally, we arrived on time. The service here is already very good 👍🏻 We also ordered two different Sukiyaki, and the assistant and aunt prepared the beef for us. One of them is a relatively advanced beef, which has been very attractive, and the aunt and aunt cooked very well, and still tastes aftertaste 😉 Even other ingredients, desserts, wine, environment, service are super good 👍🏻
There are four stores with a long history and reputation (three in Asakusa alone); although they are all under the current name, they are said to be independently operated. すきき The most orthodox way to eat is to eat with egg liquid. Although the beef is actually a good taste, but the taste of the eggs on the taste is more delicate and smooth, and neutralize the salty soy sauce. Delicious! What is particularly memorable is that the staff here are super kind and very elegant. I've seen so many so-called "famous shops" with a bad attitude and a shy attitude. Don't forget to enjoy the classical gardens that are designated as cultural property before you leave.
There was delicious seafood and the atmosphere was great. The fish soup was delicious. Better eat it while it was hot. Not expensive but try to come on a weekday or you have to wait two and a half hours for Sunday lunch time to eat. Queuing every time, only a few packages are available, it is recommended to choose the most rich one, not expensive. The most delicious seafood bibimbap I have ever had. It is important to note that the soup can only be added once, not added again.
We came to Japan's favorite meal! A5 Class and cows are so delicious! This meal even made me fall in love with Japan! Service attitude level 1 enthusiasm ❤️. We ordered No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 beef and beef tongue, super tender, really love very much, love so much, would come again!
Traveling to Japan, this stop came to Tokyo. We came to Sensoji Temple that day to take a kimono photo. It is not easy to take a kimono photo. Dressing, undressing, and putting on make-up are not available until after 2pm. I was already very hungry by the time, so I planned to find something to eat nearby. I searched on the reviews, and I happened to see that the restaurant in front of me had the highest rating in the neighborhood. Besides, they have Wagyu beef. I was also thinking of trying the local Japanese Wagyu beef. The restaurant is located in the Asakusa Shopping Street, on the street between Sensoji Temple and Kaminarimon. It is probably in the middle of the street. Don’t go to Nakami, the street next door. The restaurant only accepts cash. If you don’t have Japanese yen cash on you, it is recommended to withdraw money or change places to eat. All the waiters inside cannot speak English, so they can only use body language. There are pictures and simple Chinese on their set menu dishes. They can look at the pictures and choose the set meal they want to eat, or there is a window at the door that shows the set meals, which can be pointed out at the door. The sashimi set meal will be served faster, and even the wagyu sashimi is still a bit slow. Wagyu beef is cooked in sauce on a frying pan. At first the waiter will fry a few slices for you, and then you will have to do it yourself. Beef is easy to cook. You can eat it after frying it for a while. It will be served with a bowl of raw eggs. After frying the beef or other foods, put it in the egg paste and roll it, and then you can eat it. This is the first time I have eaten this way. It feels very novel, and the eggs in Japan don't have the fishy smell of domestic eggs. The set meals here are cheap and some are more expensive.