Imahan
Ningyocho: Nabemono
Imahan (Ningyocho: Nabemono)
Imahan
Open 11am-11pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

This is the spacious main branch of Tokyo's best-known sukiyaki and shabu-shabu restaurant, founded in 1895. They also have a teppanyaki counter; budget around Y10,000 for dinner with drinks, or Y5000 at lunchtime. The popular retail shop across the street sells tonkatsu, croquettes and other deep-fried delicacies to go.

Ningyocho
Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 2-9-12.
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