Posts Tagged ‘izakaya’
「とある異国のとある港町、ナゾのジャパニーズが営む、魚がやたらうまいナゾの店」を渋谷の町はずれにワープさせたら…それが当店です。毎日を忙しく過す 皆様の心が和む、開放的な空間でありたいと思い、サブネームを「BY THE SEA」とさせて頂きました。 Here you are!
In their words, imagine a place in the country, a port town. In this town, there is a restaurant owned by a mysterious Japanese man who cooks marvelous seafood dishes, and this were to be transferred to the edge of Shibuya, that’s where our restaurant is!
We put the sub name ” By The Sea” along with KAIKAYA because we wish to offer a comfortable open atmosphere to those who lead a busy life and look for relaxation. Here you are!!
Kaikaya is a great seafood izakaya in the Shibuya neighbourhood that specialises in cooking Japanese fusion cuisine. They take traditional Japanese seafood dishes and then give them a contemporary European twist.
Uoshin is a chain izakaya with 5 outlets across Tokyo but the one in Nogizaka is the coolest one as it is built on the premises of an old gas stand and Coca-Cola cafe with the original furnishings left intact.
They are a seafood izakaya meaning they specialise in fresh seafood dishes where you can see the fishes laid out on ice at the counter like in a fish market. The food is good and it’s a lively and hip place.