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Inagiya can be found along Shinobazu-dori, about a ten-minute walk from Nishi-Nippori Station. In addition to a range of different eel items, including both Kansai and Kanto-style unaju, hitsumabushi (chopped and flavoured grilled eel with rice served in a special lacquered bowl called a hitsu) and shirayaki-don (plain, grilled eel on rice), they also stock a range of nishonshu and shochu. The kabayaki here is soft and airy, held together by a skin that gives it a firm bite and basted in a sauce with a clean, simple flavour.


3-49-4 Sendagi, Bunkyo, Tokyo

Transport Nishi Nippori Station (JR Yamanote, Keihin Tohoku Lines/ Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line)

Telephone 03 3822 3495

Open Mon-Tue, Thur-Sun 11.30am-2pm, 5-9pm / Wed


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

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