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KAWASAKI (Ryogoku)

Posted by Tokyo Joe on 20.2012 Izakaya & Nabe 3 comments 0 trackback
川崎 outside
Nabe (Hot pot) which sumo wrestlers eat daily after practice is Chanko nabe and one of the most famous restaurants which serves this is KAWASAKI at Ryogoku.


川崎 ちゃんこコース砂肝、レバー、ハツのタレ焼き
The menu at Kawasaki is pretty simple and more than 90% of their customers order CHANKO COURSE for 4,940 yen. It starts out with several yakitori's like SUNAGIMO, LIVER, HATSU (Marinated chicken gizzard, liver and heart),


川崎 ちゃんこコースモモ肉の塩焼き
MOMOYAKI (Salted chicken thigh meat),


川崎 ちゃんこコースつくね
and then TSUKUNE (minced chicken meat).


川崎 ちゃんこコースとりわさ
Next you get to choose either TORIWASE (Lightly boiled chicken breast)


川崎 とりサラダ
or TORI SALAD (Chicken salad)


川崎 ちゃんこコース1
And next the main dish, which is chanko nabe, which will actually be ready on your table when you arrive.


川崎 ちゃんこの肉
Kawasaki's chanko nabe is a simple chicken broth nabe flavored by salt and soy sauce, which includes chicken


川崎 ちゃんこの野菜
various vegetables, not seafood or port like other chanko restaurants.


川崎 おじや
After you finish eating chicken and vegetables, they will make OJIYA (Rice porridge), which is the best part of the meal for most customers.


川崎 平やき
They only have a few extra side dishes which you can order if you aren't full like HIRAYAKI (Grilled chicken thigh meat),


川崎 とりたたき
and TORI TATAKI (Chicken sashimi) for both 840 yen.


川崎 inside
There are many other chanko nabe restaurants with a larger variety of food selection, but if you want to experience a traditional chanko nabe in a old Japanese house, try Kawasaki at Ryogokui and make sure you make a reservation before you visit. Its actually close to the sumo arena so if you happen to be watching sumo that day, you may want to have dinner after the match at Kawasaki since the sumo matches will finish at 6pm.


川崎 menu


KAWASAKI (in Japanese, 川崎)
Address: 2-13-1 Ryogoku, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
(in Japanese, 東京都墨田区両国2-13-1)
Nearest train station: JR or Toei Subway Ryogoku (3 min walk)
Tel: 03-3631-2529
Reservations: Yes (must)
Website: None
English menu: None
Credit Card: No
Open: Monday-Saturday 5pm-9pm
Closed: Sunday & Holiday

Prices: Chanko Course 4,940 yen
Chanko 3,050 yen
Yakitori 790 yen
Hirayaki (Grilled chicken) 840 yen
Tsukune (Broiled chicken meatballs) 840 yen
Toriwasa (Lightly boiled chicken) 840 yen
Toritataki (Chicken sashimi) 840 yen
Tori Salad (Chicken salad) 840 yen
Tarusake (Sake in bamboo barrel) 840 yen
Sake 740 yen
Beer 740 yen




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hey, by the way. I'm the guy that asked about all those places in kyoto and followed your food blog while i was on vacation. just wanted to say i still really enjoy your blog. please keep posting...
2012.05.08 14:33 | URL | お名前 #JyN/eAqk [edit]
> hey, by the way. I'm the guy that asked about all those places in kyoto and followed your food blog while i was on vacation. just wanted to say i still really enjoy your blog. please keep posting...


Thanx. How did your vacay go? And the restos I recommended? Just got back from Kyoto yesterday and went to a couple of places I recommended to you.
2012.05.10 09:03 | URL | Tokyo Joe #- [edit]
it was awesome. i based virtually all my restaurant choices based on your blog and recommendations. i'll try to make it to Japan again this year. I'm sure to use your blog again.
2012.05.10 15:17 | URL | お名前 #JyN/eAqk [edit]

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