Today, I visited “Komagata Dojyou Honten” established in 1801. It was located around 5 minutes from Asakusa station.
Interior appearance had historical atmosphere. Probably, it hasn’t changed since its establishment.
At first I had beer and ordered “Dojyounabe”(\1,750) and “Koino Arai”(\980). A bottle of beer I ordered was “Asahi Super Dry”. This Asakusa was home territory of Asahi Beer.
While I was having some beer a little by little, “Dojyounabe” came.
While I was having “Koi”, welsh onion became wilted. It was time to eat “Dojyounabe”. Dojyou was also normally fishy, but I didn’t notice any fishy taste with today’s dojyou. Bones of dojyous were so soft that I could enjoy their delicious taste with welsh onions without taking care of their hardness.
I could enjoy delicious food and excellent atmosphere. I went home thinking over Edo period.
Restaurant’s name: Komagata Dojyou Honten
Address: 1-7-12, Komagata, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Operating hours: 11:00~21:00
Holiday: Open throughout a year
Payment method: Pay later