Echigoya Hachikichi

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  • Higashi-Ginza
  1. Echigoya Hachikichi
    Photo: Yuki Nakamura
  2. Echigoya Hachikichi
    Photo: Yuki Nakamura
  3. Echigoya Hachikichi
    Photo: Yuki Nakamura
  4. Echigoya Hachikichi
    Photo: Yuki Nakamura
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Time Out says

Specialising in himono fish dishes for under ¥1,000 a set, this favourite haunt of Ginza office workers serves up authentic teishoku (set meal) at lunch. The term ‘himono’ refers to the process of partially drying fish so that the flesh becomes sweeter and more succulent, a curing method that dates back to the Nara period (710-794) – himono was once offered to the royal court as a gift. Most of the dishes here, such as mackerel with crispy skin and salmon, are grilled over charcoal. Sets come with rice, grated daikon radish, miso soup and sesame spinach.

Details

Address:
4-13-11 Ginza, Chuo
Tokyo
Transport:
Higashi-Ginza Station
Opening hours:
11am-11pm (last orders 10pm)
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