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Japanese: Oden

Konakara Ginza Description

Located in the heart of Ginza, Konakara is a hidden gem that specializes in the traditional Japanese dish of Oden. Oden is a comforting and hearty dish consisting of various ingredients such as fish cakes, tofu, and vegetables simmered in a flavorful broth. What sets Konakara apart from other dining establishments is their dedication to using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients in their Oden.

The restaurant's interior is warm and inviting, with wooden furnishings and soft lighting creating a cozy atmosphere. The aroma of the simmering broth fills the air, enticing diners to embark on a culinary journey of flavors and textures. The menu at Konakara offers a wide variety of Oden options, allowing guests to customize their meal to their liking. From classic favorites like fish cakes and daikon radish to more unique offerings such as octopus and quail eggs, there is something to satisfy every palate.

One of the standout dishes at Konakara is their signature Oden set, which includes a selection of their most popular ingredients served with a side of rice and pickles. This set is perfect for those who want to experience the full range of flavors that Oden has to offer. For those looking for a lighter option, Konakara also offers a selection of salads and side dishes that complement the Oden perfectly.

Whether you're a fan of Oden or looking to try it for the first time, Konakara is the place to go. With its authentic flavors, cozy ambiance, and dedication to quality, this restaurant is a must-visit for any food lover. So, come and indulge in the comforting and delicious world of Oden at Konakara Ginza.

Konakara Ginza Overview


1f Aster Plaza Building, 7-chōme-7-6 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061


+81 (0) 3-3571-1320


5 minute walk from Ginza Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line)
7 minute walk from Shimbashi Station (JR Yamanote Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line)

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Tue: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Wed: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Thur: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Fri: 6:00PM-2:00AM
Sat: 5:00PM-9:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Private Dining Room


Sake Selection

Konakara Ginza Reviews

Konakara Ginza Google Average Rating



Neat little spot for Oden and sake. Open very late and perfect for a late night snack.


A famous Kyoto-style oden restaurant! ️It was more delicious than Kyoto💓
It was cold so I took a bath at the nearby Konparuyu ♨️ before entering the store.

Tsukidashi is a 3-piece set, with scallop steamed egg custard and monkfish liver. The monkfish is moist and soft and tastes better than high quality foie gras.
The famous oyster oden has small, fresh oysters that are quickly submerged in the soup stock, and the oyster stock gives off the flavor of the ocean. Cut out the center of the radish into a gourd shape and it cooks well and is just right. Handmade konnyaku is hard and has a good texture. The sardine fillet is exquisite, and when you run it through it with chopsticks, it's soft but doesn't fall apart. The limited-edition burdock tempura is just a thick burdock topped with a thin layer of batter. Homemade hanpen has cod roe in the center.
The dashi rolls are rich in the flavor of the soup stock from the rice. Finishing off with the famous ground sesame udon, the handmade Sanuki udon is delicious with a crispy sauce made from a blend of several types of miso. It's hard to eat oden with so much effort put into it. I felt that 8,800 yen including alcohol and soft drinks was cheap ❤️


Every store is extremely cold in the summer.
Oden is crowded in the winter, so I expected it to be crowded in the summer and made a reservation at the counter. It was Friday night, but there were about three groups.
I had a relaxing time.
The oden was placed in the pot after being ordered, so it took a while to be served.
However, the elegant soup stock is very delicious. It was fun to see some unusual species.
The dashimaki egg is also delicious with a gentle taste.
Dessert with matcha brûlée. The crispy surface was the best.

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