Reservation for Kaneman Nihonbashi in Tokyo

updated: July 19th, 2024

Discover the exquisite flavors of fugu cuisine at Kaneman, a renowned restaurant in Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. Indulge in a variety of delicious fugu dishes, including grilled, deep-fried, and sashimi options. With 140 years of history, Kaneman offers a serene atmosphere and private rooms. Visit us today and experience the rich and addictive taste of fugu.

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    "Kaneman" is a restaurant located in Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
     It is a minute walk from Exit A2 of Ningyocho Station on the Hibiya Line and a two-minute walk from Suitengu-mae Station on the Hanzomon Line.
     The restaurant has 45 seats and offers a relaxed atmosphere for enjoying a meal.
    The main focus of this restaurant is fugu (blowfish) cuisine, offering a full course menu including shirako (fish sperm) grill, yaki (grilled), agemono (deep-fried), tessa (sashimi), and tecchiri (hot pot).
     It is renowned for providing an opportunity to fully savor the deliciousness of fugu.
    During lunchtime, you can enjoy a hearty course meal starting with small appetizers, including tessa and karaage (fried chicken).
     The karaage, in particular, is praised for its large and easy-to-eat pieces of meat, as well as its flavorful and delicious hirazake (sake infused with blowfish fin).
    The chefs carefully select ingredients and pay meticulous attention to cooking techniques, offering unique and original dishes that are exclusive to Kaneman.
     The hirazake, in particular, is highly addictive, with a taste that makes you feel like you're drinking a flavorful broth.
    With a history of 140 years, Kaneman is a well-established restaurant that also offers private rooms in traditional Japanese style.
     You can enjoy fugu cuisine in a calm and serene atmosphere.
    Please visit Kaneman and experience it for yourself.


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