Ichigaya: Okinawan
Miyarabi (Ichigaya: Okinawan)
Open 11:30am-2, 5:30-10pm (LO). Closed weekends.

Miyarabi, which first opened here in 1957, serves some interesting, original variations on traditional Okinawan cuisine - dishes like stir-fried pork and papaya kimchee; goya with mentaiko, yuzu kamaboko, and unusual tempura-fried items like Spam and seaweed. Budget around Y5000 for dinner and drinks.

Chiyoda-ku, Kudan-Minami 3-4-3.
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