Dine at Tokyo's Tamahide, a renowned 250-year old restaurant that serves Japan's best oyakodon (donburi bowl). Have a traditional dining experience as you tuck into a sukiyaki course meal.
• Seating will be randomly assigned; we cannot accommodate requests such as window seating • There is no dress code; casual attire is allowed --- - The time limit for dining is 2½ hours - A minimum of 2 participants is required to make a booking - Smoking is not allowed in the restaurant - Please be punctual for your reservation. If you are more than 30 minutes late, you will be deemed a no-show, and your reservation will be canceled without refund --- Getting there: • A 1-minute walk from Ningyocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line • A 2-minute walk from Ningyocho Station on the Toei Asakusa Line • A 2-minute walk from Suitengumae Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line
Established in 1760 in Ningyocho, Tamahide in Tokyo’s Ningyocho district is known as the birthplace of oyakodon, a classic Japanese comfort food. It remains one of the best places to enjoy the dish, which consists of chicken and silky beaten eggs, simmered in sweet-and-savory dashi broth, atop a bowl of steamed rice. Tamahide’s version uses ‘shamo’ chicken, an especially delicious breed of chicken unique to Japan — not to be missed when you’re in Tokyo! Not just an oyakodon specialist, Tamahide also offers other delectable dishes all prepared with shamo chicken. In fact, in its first 100+ years of operations, chicken sukiyaki was its specialty, until its fifth-generation owners invented oyakodon in the late 1800s. Your set meal booking includes both premium oyakodon and chicken-and-foie-gras sukiyaki hotpot, as well as other appetizers and side dishes. Indulge in a multi-course meal that includes: - An appetizer platter - A chicken side dish - Premium oyakodon - Chicken-and-foie-gras sukiyaki hotpot - Custard pudding As a treat, you’ll get a complimentary drink — many course meals at Japanese restaurants do not include drinks. What’s more, you’ll also enjoy Tamahide's old-school ambiance, as you dine in traditional Japanese-style interiors: a ‘shoji’ door at the entrance, tatami seating, and memorabilia and decor dating back to the Edo period. Book now to dine at one of Japan’s oldest restaurants — practically an institution in the Japanese culinary scene!
1) Select your preferred date and time 2) Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation email with a QR code, which serves as your e-voucher. It is only valid for the time and date indicated on it 3) On the day of your booking, please arrive on time. Present your e-voucher with QR code (printed or displayed on your smartphone)