Restaurants & Cafés


Occupying on the fourth floor of a multi-tenant building located approximately a five-minute walk from the Central Exit on the north side of Kichijoji Station, Motsujin specialise in Kyushu cuisine, such as motsu-nabe (offal hot pot) and karashi-renkon (lotus root with mustard). In addition to offering motsu-nabe sets of two different flavours (from a choice of flavours that includes salt, soy sauce, kara-miso (spicy soybean paste), tonkotsu (pork) and kurogoma-tan tan (black sesame and chili oil). Additionally, they also offer a selection of alcohol, including shochu (Japanese schnapps made from sweet potato, rye, black sugar or buckwheat), wine and various sours.


4F, 1-2-74 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino, Tokyo

Transport Kichijoji Station (JR Chuo Line/Sobu Line, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, Keio Inokashira Line)

Telephone 0422 23 5880

Open Mon, Sun, nat. holidays 5-11.30pm; Tue-Sat and days before nat. holidays 5pm-4.30am


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

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