At MIMARU, we select and recommend restaurants for our guests with the following ideas in mind:
– Can experience Japan
– Offer menus which small children can enjoy
– Offer menus written in English and other langueges
*Available languages may vary
LA COCORICO serves breakfast from 7:00 a.m. The area near LA COCORICO has limited options for restaurants that serve breakfast, so be sure to stop by.
The breakfast buffet is mainly Western style so be sure to choose your favorite dishes.
The café attracts many foreign tourists with explanations available in English.
The interior has a calm, modern and antique style while the terrace seating along the street can be a nice choice for a lively morning.
Try "unaju" grilled eel on rice during your stay in Japan. For lunch, we recommend the combination meal in which you can also enjoy tempura. Remove the lid of your "unaju" dish to find very soft grilled eel seasoned in special sauce. Sit by the window to enjoy the foliage of Ueno Park.
You will feel at home as soon as you enter the cozy 20-seat restaurant that serves seasonal seafood.
We recommend the prawn and vegetable tempura and sashimi for lunch. Enjoy superb tempura with chewy prawn and seasonal vegetables coated in fried, crispy batter.
The restaurant is often completely booked at dinner. Visit at lunch to try less expensive dishes.
The deep-fried skewer restaurant is in a renovated Japanese-style house that is registered as a tangible cultural property with the Agency for Cultural Affairs. Encounter the tempting odor of fries as soon as you enter the building. There is a cave-like separate room in the middle of the stairs leading to the second floor.
Customers are served strictly selected seasonal ingredients cooked to perfection. We recommend the set of five to eight chefs’ choice skewers. You can order more if you feel hungry. As a starter, dip the vegetable sticks into the special miso.
Kuramae is the nearest station which is a charming town with old buildings associated with pre-modern culture intermingled with modernity.
The restaurant features two types of seating: Counter seats to watch the chef cook tempura, and seats on the tatami floor. The restaurant can become fully booked before noon, even on weekdays. We recommend you to visit before 12:00. It always welcomes many different types of customers, including regulars.
We recommend their special lunch menu that is only available on weekdays. Chef will cook and serve freshly deep-fried tempura one by one. The featured tempura are squid with good texture and prawns boasting a perfect balance with crispy fried batter. Tenju, the tempura box lunch, is another enjoyable option that contains many ingredients.