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Tempura - Kaneko Hannosuke at Nihonbashi

I love their tendon. They are actually one of the best tendons I've ever had! The shop is clean and neat too.

When you sit down, you are first served with Tea that has floating black beans. (I was very impressed with this service when I first visited them. Very Japanese!)

They only have one menu. Tendon, 880 yen.You can order extra rice and miso soup for 100 yen each.Freshly fried tempura on top of rice with sauce. Shrimp and conger eel are huge.

On the table, you will find a black pot for Takuan (sweet radish) and red pot for Shoga (sweet ginger). Please have both Takuan and Shoga together with Tendon.Take outs are also available!

They are very busy during lunch time and you will have to wait in line for quite a while. I would recommend you to avoid visiting them lunch hour if possible.

Location:
Tokyo-to Chuo-ku Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-11-15

Access:
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Mitsukoshimae Station Exit A1

Website:
http://hannosuke.com

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