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This place is known to be the best anago restaurant in Tokyo. I came here for dinner and it was a bustling place. I had the set meal which included a variety of dishes all prepared with anago. Interesting experience and tasty food.
Most delicious eel meal ever. The medium size box was plenty for one. The space is tiny and even though we went within 30 mins of its opening the space was already booked by reservation. Luckily the wait was short and it was so worth it. By the time we came back, the line was still out the door.
Got there at 2:15, they close at 3:30. Maybe 12 people lined up outside and the ladies in line said they were the end of it. Utterly disappointed, but it is a tiny place.
We we're walking down the street and saw a huge line of Japane people waiting to get in this restaurant. We decided to join the line and had the best anago I've ever had. Only found out later that it is famous. Incredible serendipity.
Very friendly service. Has English menu. Amago is tasty and uses interesting spices but probably not as flavoursome as the Unagi.