Izakaya Pub

Mimasuya

みますや

"A long-standing Japanese izakaya pub and restaurant established in 1905 which is located a short distance south of Ogawamachi Station. Identifiable by its old-fashioned exterior and red paper lantern inscribed with characters reading ""dozeu"" (an old way of spelling ""dojo,"" the Japanese word for loach), after dark, this popular restaurant often sees lines of waiting customers forming outside its door. The restaurant has space for 120 to 130 customers, and offers table seating as well as raised tatami mat seating, and one of its draws is its suitability for holding banquets and parties. The restaurant's signature dish is its horse meat sashimi, and customers can choose between two types - marbled with fat or lean red meat. The restaurant also offers a full array of dishes perfect for snacking on, including pickled dishes, yakitori grilled chicken skewers, and kushikatsu fried food skewers."

LOCATION
Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandatsukasamachi 2-15-2
PHONE
0332945433
Hours
11:30-13:30/17:00-22:20 (L.O.)* Saturday is 21:20 (L.O.)
Closed
Sunday, Public holiday, Saturday Lunch
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available
Updated at: June 2, 2021 Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN

Reviews

  • Reviewed
    2019-03-05
    Est. 1905:The oldest Izakaya in Japan

    Known as the oldest Izakaya in Japan, Mimasuya continues feeding us their wonderful foods at comfortable ambient with family hospitality. Quintessentially Japanese experience. They have chairs but be... more

    Date of visit:
    2019-03
  • Reviewed
    2017-10-21
    Surrounded by Japanese tastes!!

    If you want to feel real Japanese traditional pub, I strongly recommend the spot that is the most oldest tavern in Tokyo! Then try splendid sashimi and umatoge in enjoying cold or hot sake. more

    Date of visit:
    2017-10
  • Reviewed
    2016-12-27
    Well, typical it is, but....

    In this old part of Tokyo, where basically all corners are a fractalized holographic reproduction of the previous (or next) block, such restaurant could be anywhere and nowhere. If you can make it... more

    Date of visit:
    2016-12
  • Reviewed
    2016-06-24
    Delicious

    Went after a day at the Sumo Basho. Was traditional and very nice. The horse, fish and everything was very fresh. Highly recommended. more

    Date of visit:
    2015-09
  • Reviewed
    2016-03-07
    Traditional izakaya

    113 years old Izakaya (Beer & Sake pub) in the heart of Tokyo city. this is as good as it gets but make sure to bring a Japanese friend. I dont think anyone speaks English here and Japanese menu... more

    Date of visit:
    2016-02
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