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Sake And Japanese Food Hanabishi Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo, Sake and Japanese food Hanabishi is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience. This restaurant specializes in authentic Japanese cuisine, with a focus on the exquisite flavors of the prized fish, nodoguro. The menu features a variety of dishes made with carefully selected ingredients, showcasing the culinary mastery of the chefs.

One of the standout dishes at Hanabishi is the nodoguro shioyaki, a grilled nodoguro fish seasoned with salt. Each guest is served their own individual portion, allowing them to savor the delicate flavors and tender texture of this premium fish. In addition to the nodoguro, the menu also includes a selection of seasonal dishes and a wide range of sake, with 8 to 10 different varieties available at all times.

The restaurant itself exudes a sophisticated and modern ambiance, with both private rooms and a lively counter seating area. Whether you're looking to impress clients, enjoy a romantic date night, or simply indulge in a memorable dining experience, Hanabishi is the perfect choice. Immerse yourself in the world of Japanese gastronomy and let the skilled chefs at Hanabishi take you on a culinary journey like no other.

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Sake And Japanese Food Hanabishi Overview

Address

3-chōme-9-6 Shinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0004

Phone

+81 (0) 3-6435-8215

Access

3 minute walk from Shimbashi Station Uchisaiwaicho Exit, JR Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:00PM-12:00AM
Mon: 5:00PM-12:00AM
Tue: 5:00PM-12:00AM
Wed: 5:00PM-12:00AM
Thur: 5:00PM-12:00AM
Fri: 5:00PM-12:00AM
Sat: 5:00PM-12:00AM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Private Dining Room

Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Sake And Japanese Food Hanabishi Reviews

Sake And Japanese Food Hanabishi Google Average Rating

4.7

5

Google
Love this place. Came across while strolling around and it’s a small and cute Izakaya resturant and bar. Loved the grilled cot fish and puffy shrimp.

5

Google
I visited you on a weekday night.

I used the counter seats on the first floor, but there are private rooms above the second floor, so I'd like to try those next time!
The atmosphere of the staff is friendly and you can enjoy a relaxing and enjoyable time.

For the food, I ordered the two-hour all-you-can-drink course from Hanabishi.
Menu below
(Advanced)
Soaked eggplant, mozuku vinegar, milt

(sliced ​​raw fish)
Sea bream, cold pachi, bonito

(gem)
Grilled clear stream chicken thigh

(pottery)
Salt-grilled Nodoguro

(Fried food)
Fluffy shrimp Shinjo

(pickled vegetables)
Shibazuke

(Final meal)
cooked rice

(suimono)
Red clam stock

(sweetness)
Ice cream middle

All the dishes were very tasty and to my liking.
After all, the best choice is Nodoguro! You can have one in luxury!
I enjoyed the all-you-can-drink sake course, but my recommendation is Masumi's black!
All dishes go well with sake!

When I finished eating all the sweetness, I was filled with a wonderful sense of satisfaction.

It might be a good idea to use it at work next time... I'll bother you again!

5

Google
[Sake and Japanese food Hanabishi @Shinbashi]

A Japanese restaurant that opened in May of this year.
I went there with a friend because I thought I could eat black-throated fish.
Anyway, it's been a while since I last drank in Shinbashi.
I used to work in Shinbashi, so I used to drink here, but it's been a while.

Located in a corner of an area crowded with bars, the first floor has a counter and the second and third floors are private rooms.

~Topic~
◆There is a course where you can eat one black-throat fish per person.
◆Includes all-you-can-drink carefully selected Japanese sake

~Food~
◇Hanabishi course◇
We received this 2-hour all-you-can-drink course where each person can eat one salt-grilled black-throat fish and includes carefully selected sake.

◆[Appetizer] Today's appetizer 3 types
On this day, we had fried eggplant, mozuku vinegar, and grilled milt.
The eggplant and mozuku vinegar have a gentle flavor that makes you feel relieved, and the roasted milt is fragrant and melty, which is outstanding.

◆[Zuri] Assorted sashimi 2 types
For some reason, there are three types: sea bream, bonito, and amberjack.
Did they serve you?
In addition to soy sauce and wasabi, you can also enjoy sake with vinegar or salt.

◆[Special item] Clear stream midori thigh grilled
The skin is fragrant and grilled, and the meat is plump.
It is a dish that is good as is, or you can add a spicy accent with yuzu pepper or lemon.

◆[Yakimono] Salt-grilled Nodoguro (one fish per person)
I've been waiting! !
Can I get it across? Even though it is salt-grilled, you can see that the fat from the meat drips onto the plate.
You can enjoy the softness of the meat and the delicious flavor of the juicy fat in your mouth.
It's a blissful dish.
It was my friend's first experience of salt-grilled sea bream, and he was hooked.

◆[Fried food] Fluffy shrimp
It's so soft that it splits when you put your chopsticks into it, and the shrimp is delicious, and the sweetness of the large chopped onions is delicious.
Serve hot.

◆[Scents] Fresh incense
◆【Meal】Final meal
◆[Bowl] Red clam stock
I had rice with mushrooms, pickled vegetables, and red soup stock.
It was so delicious that the red soup stock really soaked into my body.

◆[Amami] Water sweets
The end is in the middle of ice cream.

~Drink~
◆Masumi KURO jet black
◆Kito
◆Momojuro blush
We started with draft beer, followed by lemon sour and highball as usual.
I also had Japanese sake with it, and it was all delicious.
After all, sake goes best with Japanese food.

~Summary~
The best part is that each person can eat one fish.
You can enjoy all-you-can-drink and premium local sake for an additional fee, so I think it's irresistible for sake lovers.
We ate at the counter on the 1st floor while enjoying a conversation with the staff, but you can also relax and enjoy your meal in the private rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors.
I enjoyed drinking Shinbashi for the first time in a while.

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