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Fukagawa-meshi, the Fukagawa area's signature dish, is the recommended choice at this old-school eatery that’s been in business for decades. The food itself is simple – miso soup with clams and leek poured over rice – and nutritious, which explains why the area’s fishermen made it their meal of choice during Edo times. Fukagawajuku also has a branch near Tomioka Hachimangu shrine, but we have to recommend this Kiyosumi location for its charming atmosphere and talkative staff.


1-6-7 Miyoshi, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Transport Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station (Oedo, Hanzomon lines)

Telephone 03 3642 7878

Open 11.30am-5pm / closed Mon


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