Awajicho: Nabemono
Botan (Awajicho: Nabemono)
Open 11:30am-8pm (LO). Closed Sundays and holidays.

One of Tokyo's culinary landmarks, they've been serving the same excellent chicken nabe for nearly 120 years. The chicken is slow-cooked over an old-fashioned charcoal burner in front of you while you relax with a cup of sake in your private tatami room. Dinner is around Y6,000 and reservations are highly recommended, although occasionally they might be able to squeeze you in if you're willing to wait.

Chiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-15.
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