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Found deep in Ota-ku between Omori and Kamata, this smallish unagi restaurant probably wouldn't be worth the trip if it wasn't for the hamidashi unadon (pictured), their speciality lunch dish that consists of a bowl of rice topped with a massive slab of thick, carefully steamed eel. Seasoned with a slightly sweet, thick sauce, this one makes an impact with its mere appearance and serves as the perfect stamina boost for big eaters. Reasonably priced at ¥2,700, the dish sells out practically every day, so it's best to head over early just to make sure.
2-2-1 Omori-Naka, Ota-ku
|Transport:||Umeyashiki Station (Keikyu line)|
|Opening hours:||11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-9pm / closed Wed|