Great customer service. Very friendly and helpful staff. Specialize in eel (unagi) dishes. Superb, tender and moist. Nicest eel I've eaten. Lovely Hokusai style prints on the wall and female staff wear kimono.
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The meal was excellent. Guess having 200 years to perfect the craft tells. The eel is a little less sweet than I normally encountered, but that brings out the charred taste of the grill. May be a little more expensive, but the ambiance and service...More
Being a fan of Inagi, this restaurant with 260 years of history behind it is a place I would not want to miss when I visit Tokyo. It is right across the Ueno Park and is very accessible by subway. The restaurant boosted traditional decor...More
We had a fantastic experience in this restaurant, the set menu is very good price vs. same quality in London. Please please come and visit!
We've come here right after we arrived in Tokyo last summer, almost killed by the tremendous heat and umidity of the Ueno area, and the place was simply a paradise. The restaurant is on various floors, and we've been given a wonderful room with a...More
After walking around in Ueno Park on our first afternoon in Tokyo, we decided to find something to eat in the neighborhood before heading back to our hotel for the night. Lonely Planet suggested Izu-et, so we thought to give it a try. We knew...More