Bon serves fucha ryori, a strand of shojin that gives a more obvious tip of the hat to its Chinese origins. The feel is almost rustic in its simplicity, and the meals are beautifully presented. The interior of this restaurant is stunning, with a cobbled stone corridor linking immaculate tatami rooms.

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1-2-11 Ryusen, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Transport Iriya station (Hibiya line), exit 3.

Telephone 03 3872 0375

Open Noon-3pm, 5.30-9pm mon-fri; noon-9pm sat; noon-8pm sun.

Admission Average ¥7,000.


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