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  • Fukinuki : Shinjuku

  • Unagi ( Yoyogi )
  • The unagi from this shop wasn't bad but it wasn't anything special either. We got two set dinners (we were too late for the lunch specials). The service was great, but the flavor was nothing to rave...
  • Irokawa

  • Unagi ( Asakusa )
  • This small, hot, and crowded restaurant has some of the best unagi (eel) in Japan. From the street, Irokawa doesn’t look like much, but it is what’s on the inside that matters. I walked in and fou...
  • Nodaiwa

  • Unagi ( Nihombashi )
  • Nodaiwa is part of a Hotel restaurant located on the fourth floor of a department building. Once you find it, you are welcomed to a large room with an elegant waiting area and many tables. The server ...
  • Hyotanya

  • Unagi ( Ginza )
  • This small, cheerful Ginza shop grills unagi to perfection. I couldn't read anything else on the menu, but everyone was eating unagi lunch boxes anyway. When I tentatively ordered, the lady asked me i...
  • Kanda Kikukawa:Hibiya

  • Unagi ( Ginza )
  • Underneath the infamous National Theater lies another one of Tokyo’s treasures among Tokyoites, Kikukawa. If you come here any time during the lunch hour you will find out why it is another Tokyo ge...
  • Manmaru

  • Unagi ( Ikebukuro )
  • I confess, when I go in a restaurant and see a ticket vending machine waiting for me, I don't set my expectations too high. Most of the food that I've had from these kinds of restaurants has been blan...
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  • Miyagawa

  • Unagi ( Roppongi )
  • As far as I know, Miyagawa is the best Unagi (eel) restaurant in Roppongi. It's simply because there are a few Unagi restaurants in this area, though. I ate Unadon, which costed around 2,000yen. Its t...
  • Tatsumiya

  • Unagi ( Iidabashi )
  • Tatsumiya is a little restaurant in Kagurazaka that specializes in the delicacy of unagi: fresh-water eel. When you look at Tatsumiya from the outside, you can’t help but notice that people live ...
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  • Fukinuki: Akasaka

  • Unagi ( Tameikesanno )
  • Akasaka is overflowing with business-oriented restaurants - quick turnaround times, but high quality food. Fukinuki specializes in unajyu - unagi over rice serves in traditional tableware. I ordered a...
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  • Funachu

  • Unagi ( Akihabara )
  • Koedo is not bad, but not good either. Tucked away in the 3rd floor of the UDX building right next to Akihabara station, this little restaurant is a Japanese-syle izakaya that specializes in unagi (ee...
  • Chikuyotei

  • Unagi ( Shimbashi )
  • If you have out of town guests, friends or family, take them for unagi (eel) at Chikuyo-tei. This historical restaurant has been in business since the Edo era and serves delicious eel with their secr...
  • Unatetsu

  • Unagi ( Shinjuku )
  • Although it took us awhile to find the place with our very limited knowledge of Tokyo, it was definitely worth the wait. If you find a little restaurant surrounded by adult shops, you've probably got ...
  • Unatetsu

  • Unagi ( Shibuya )
  • Established in 1957, this shop has continued to offer savory, reasonably priced unagi ever since. At dinner time, you can get rare ‘grilled unagi skewer’ dishes here that you won’t even see at ...
  • Oedo : Minami-Aoyama

  • Unagi ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • This is the Minami-Aoyama branch of the long-standing unagi restaurant "Oedo," based in Nihonbashi. Turning into an alley off of Aoyama Street, you come across a building that looks like something ou...
  • Akimoto

  • Unagi ( Ichigaya )
  • The Unagi at Akimoto has a reputation for being subtle in flavour, and it is one combination that will keep you going back. The restaurant was established in 1992 and in spite of its sleepy appearance...
  • Hatsuogawa

  • Unagi ( Asakusa )
  • This traditional restaurant located in historic Asakusa serves eel in all its forms. The unaju box is particularly delicious, or go for kabayaki -- eel skewers with rice on the side.
  • Unatoto

  • Unagi ( Asakusa )
  • A chain unagi restaurant, this branch does well in Asakusa (a neighborhood known for its unagi) thanks to its very low prices: unadon can be had for 500 yen and up.
  • Imaso

  • Unagi ( Jimbocho )
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