Eel / Japanese food


A favorite among both writers and artists is the Edo-style eel served at Chikuyotei, a classic eel restaurant which first opened at the end of the Edo era. Top quality eels are sliced open from the back and broiled once, steamed, and dipped into a secret sauce before a final broiling. This “Edo-style” eel is a specialty of Chikuyotei, as are other Japanese dishes like fresh sea bream and rice served in green tea.

Floor 7F
Restaurant hoursPlease click here for details on opening hours
Price rangeLunch from 3,888 yen / Dinner from 3,888 yen
Non-smoking seatsAll seats are non-smoking, all day

*Take-out (take-away) items are available
*Child seats are available