Shunju
Tameike: Japanese
Shunju (Tameike: Japanese)
Shunju
Open 11:30am-2, 5-10pm (LO). Closed Sundays.
decor: Notable decor

Charcoal-grilled meats and fish, nabe stews and rice dishes, with sake, shochu, and Italian and French wines to drink. The decor is simple - plain blond-wood chairs and tables - with few distractions from the wide-open 27th-floor view. Prix-fixe dinners start at Y6000; a la carte is also available, but there's a Y1000 table charge at dinnertime. Lunchtime is a relative bargain, starting at Y1200 for a donburi (rice bowl) lunch plus coffee or tea.

Tameike
Chiyoda-ku, Nagatacho 2-11-1, Sanno Park Tower 27F.
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