Reservation for Tempura Inomata Iidabashi in Tokyo

updated: April 28th, 2024

Enjoy authentic tempura in Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. Indulge in exquisite conger eel and more. Visit Tempura Inomata for an unforgettable dining experience.

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    "Tempura Inomata" is a restaurant located in Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
     The establishment is conveniently accessible, approximately 327 meters away from Iidabashi Station.
    The interior of the restaurant has a serene atmosphere with a total seating capacity of 12.
     There are 9 counter seats and 3 private rooms available.
    Operating hours are from 11:30 to 14:00 for lunch, and from 17:30 to 21:00 for dinner, from Monday to Sunday.
     However, please note that the restaurant is closed on Wednesdays.
     It is advisable to confirm the operating hours and closure days in advance before visiting.
    The restaurant specializes in Tempura dishes, with the "Anago" (Conger Eel) being particularly popular.
     The Anago is skillfully prepared in front of you upon ordering, and is highly praised for its exquisite taste.
     "Tempura Inomata" was opened by a chef who previously worked at "Tenshou", ensuring an authentic Tempura experience.
    In addition to individual Tempura items, "Tempura Inomata" also offers course menus.
     This allows customers to customize their dining experience according to their preferences, providing a service that caters to their specific needs.
    The chefs at "Tempura Inomata" place great emphasis on selecting high-quality ingredients and preparing them with care.
     The freshness and deliciousness of the Anago, in particular, can be fully enjoyed as it is prepared right in front of you.
    For those who wish to savor authentic Tempura in the Kagurazaka area, "Tempura Inomata" comes highly recommended.
     We invite you to visit and experience it for yourself.


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