Ginza Hachiya

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At Ginza Corridor where there are full of restaurants of all kinds, there is one Japanese restaurant called “Hachiya” where you can eat nice pot cooking using jidori (local chicken). It takes about 5 minutes on foot from Shimbashi, Ginza, Yurakucho or Hibiya station. There are counter seats, table seats and private rooms to suit each group and their use. “Hachiya” is rather like a tavern than a formal Japanese restaurant, so you can enjoy food and drink in a casual style.

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One of the specialty of this restaurant is “Soy Milk Pot Cooking”. Chicken from Iwate prefecture, tsukune (Japanese chicken meatballs) and vegetables are boiled in the pot of soy milk and Japanese soup broth. You can choose the soup from normal soy milk and soy milk with black garlic oil or spicy miso. After eating the meat and vegetables, you can order the set of rice and cheese to make the cheese risotto with the left soup which chicken’s flavor is extracted.

There are also many kinds of spit-roasting (kushiyaki). Chicken from Iwate has the sweet and rich taste, “Nikumaki Onigiri” which is the rice ball wrapped with thin slice of meat is good for the end of your meal, and quail eggs are served with the eggshells which give the crunchy texture. You can enjoy the unique original spit-roasting with alcohol.

In addition, they use fresh vegetables from Tsukiji market delivered in the morning everyday, and will bring them to you in a basket so that you can see the vegetables with your own eyes, and the chefs will cook them as grilled vegetables which you chose. There are other Japanese side dishes and desserts for additional order.

If you want to enjoy casual Japanese food and drink at Ginza, you can visit “Hachiya” with groups of many people or by yourself.

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