Reservation for Nodaya Iriya in Tokyo

updated: April 03th, 2024

Enjoy delicious grilled eel dishes at Nodaya in Shitaya, Taito Ward, Tokyo. Don't miss out on their exquisite eel cuisine with a melt-in-your-mouth tenderness. Try their famous Unadon and experience the natural flavors.

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    "Nodaya" is a restaurant located in Shitaya, Taito Ward, Tokyo.
     The establishment is conveniently accessible, being just a 30-second walk from Irinaka Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, and a 5-minute walk from Uguisudani Station South Exit on the JR Yamanote Line.
    The restaurant has a seating capacity of 32, with 20 seats in the main building, 6 seats in a separate area, and 6 seats on the second floor.
     Operating hours are from 11:00 to 14:00 and 17:30 to 20:00, Tuesday through Sunday, with Mondays being the regular day of closure.
     However, please note that in the case of national holidays, the following Tuesday will also be closed.
     In addition, there are several irregular closing days each month, so attention is required.
    At Nodaya, special attention is given to the freshness of the grilled eel dishes, and "Unadon" (grilled eel on rice) may sell out gradually, so an early visit is recommended.
    Now, regarding the cuisine, Nodaya offers delicious eel dishes.
     In particular, they have a selection of "Kanemitsu" and "Kenmitsu" branded eel, as well as various other exquisite dishes.
    According to reviews, the grilling of the eel is superb, with a delicate texture and a melt-in-your-mouth tenderness that leaves a lasting impression.
     The eel sauce is also praised for being light yet flavorful, accentuating the natural taste of the eel.
    That's all for the information about the restaurant and its cuisine.
     Nodaya offers delightful eel dishes and welcomes visitors with its lively atmosphere.
     We recommend you to come and give it a try.


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