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This venerable Okinawan restaurant has been in Koenji for 30 years and is recognised as a pioneer of Okinawan food in Tokyo. Hailing from Ishigaki Island, the owner Junko Takahashi feels it is her mission to faithfully reproduce the flavours enjoyed by Okinawan people at a reasonable price. The ingredients are brought from Okinawa, and the restaurant has featured a monthly Okinawan shamisen concert every month for more than 20 years. Okinawa's local Orion Beer is on tap, there is a copious variety of awamori available, and the cheerful service of the staff is almost disarming.


3-2-13 Koenji, Suginami-ku, Tokyo

Transport Koenji Station (Chuo line), north exit

Telephone 03 3337 1352

Open 5pm-5am

Admission Average ¥3000


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