Azabu Ichigo


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Azabu Juban maintains its old-town atmosphere despite being near the centre of the shopping promenade. The most popular dish in this Japanese ‘izakaya’, or pub-restaurant, is the ‘oden’, prepared with a blend of eight different soup stocks which are flavoured simply with salt from the Noto peninsula. The home-cured fish, using produce bought fresh at the famous Tsukiji markets, is one of the dishes they are particularly proud of. The fish, which are high enough quality to be used for sashimi, are cured after carefully removing the bones. This is the perfect place to enjoy a quiet drink with a friend.


My-Corner bldg. B1 2-5-14 Azabu-juban, Minato-ku Tokyo, Japan

Transport 3 minutes walk from Azabujuban Station (Toei Oedo Line Exit 7) / 6 minutes walk from Azabujuban Station (Namboku Line Exit 4)

Telephone 03 5772 2936

Open 18:00~26:00 L.O.25:00 / closed Mondays

Admission Avergage ¥10,000 - ¥14,999 for dinner


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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