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Senshin Description

Located in Tokyo, Senshin is a Japanese restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is conveniently situated near Akabanebashi Station, making it easily accessible for diners.

Senshin offers a unique dining experience with its authentic Japanese dishes. The menu features a variety of options, including set courses and à la carte dishes. Guests can indulge in the flavors of Japan with dishes such as sushi, sashimi, tempura, and grilled meats. The skilled chefs at Senshin use only the freshest ingredients to create each dish, ensuring a high-quality and delicious meal.

What sets Senshin apart from other dining establishments is its attention to detail and commitment to providing an authentic Japanese dining experience. The restaurant's interior is beautifully decorated, creating a serene and elegant atmosphere. From the moment guests step inside, they are transported to the realm of Japanese gastronomy.

Whether you're a fan of Japanese cuisine or looking to explore new flavors, Senshin is the perfect destination. With its delicious dishes, attentive service, and inviting ambiance, this restaurant is a must-visit for anyone seeking an unforgettable dining experience in Tokyo.

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Senshin Overview


1-chōme-17-15 Higashiazabu, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0044


+81 (0) 3-6230-9566


2 minute walk from Akabanebashi Station
10 minute walk from Azabu-Juban Station

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 6:00PM-11:00PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Private Dining Room


Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Senshin Reviews

Senshin Google Average Rating



This is a Japanese restaurant that opened in Akabanebashi last year. The course meals look delicious, but what caught my eye was the 2,000 yen set meal served at lunch. I made a reservation a week in advance and visited.

When you sit at the counter seat, a tray with several side dishes, rice, and miso soup is placed on the table. The side dishes for this day included stewed beef tendon and root vegetables, grilled squid and spring cabbage, and tataki sakura trout and bonito.

Each of these side dishes is delicious and goes well with the meal. It has a moderate flavor that is not too strong, and you will want to replace it with white rice. There's nothing like stewed beef tendon, which has a thick gelatinous texture that absorbs the soup stock and is delicious. The sakura trout is seared and has a lot of flavor.

You can refill the clay pot rice and even receive furikake (furikake), so if you're a man, you can have as many refills as you like.

The restaurant is designed so that both the host's one-off meal and the course meal customers can be served at the same time without any problems, so you don't have to worry about the stress of a one-off restaurant. It was a restaurant that I thought I would like to have a set meal next time, or try the course menu as well.


It was a great lunch! ! !

This was introduced in Tabelog Magazine and I noticed it while reading it! !
The owner here was a former employee of ``Sauma'' in Ginza, which I had visited before.
At that time, I had a sea bream chazuke lunch, and my impression was that it was extremely delicious.
After that, I heard that he was transferred to Onarimon Haru, but I learned from an article that he had finally become independent.
Book now!

If there are two or more people, you can make a reservation from the restaurant's website, but since I was alone, I made a reservation over the phone a week in advance.
It's best to make reservations, as there are only eight meals available per day.
However, on this day there were some people who just happened to come in.

The shop is a 3-minute walk from Akabanebashi Station. This is a restaurant with a calm atmosphere.

This time I sat at the counter.
It will be served as a set meal.

What I received
・Fried Tochio and grilled spring cabbage with sea bream soup
・Mackerel with seaweed and soy sauce, bonito, purple radish and smoked duck
・Beef tendon and new potatoes Meat and potato style
・Pickled lotus root, cucumber, and radish
・Rice and miso soup
・Black sesame yokan

Overall, delicately made. Gentle seasoning.
The sashimi is fresh! The grated purple radish is gorgeous.
In addition, the generous amount of beef tendon is stewed to a tender consistency, giving it a luxurious feel.
The grilled rice is also delicious.

I don't think this price is possible.

The rice is freshly cooked and the miso soup has lots of ingredients! !
By the way, you can get second helpings of rice.

And dessert after the meal. The black sesame yokan was an impressive dish that I had at Hiduma.
The workmanship stands out from the so-called Yokan. I want to eat more!
I was so excited from start to finish that I would be able to meet you here again.

This lunch was started as an opportunity for people to get to know the restaurant, which had just opened.
After receiving this, you will naturally want to try the course meal.

That's how wonderful it was♪

The husband is a very nice and humble person ♡


Japanese restaurant “Senshin” opened on July 1st in Higashiazabu (nearest station: Akabanebashi)
In a small restaurant with 8 seats at the L-shaped plain wood counter, the young owner, Tatsuya Ima, who trained in Ginza and other places, serves dishes that bring out the full flavor of high-quality ingredients.
During lunch time from 12:00 to L.O. 133:00 (excluding Sundays and public holidays), we offer course meals for 8,000 yen/15,000 yen, which require reservations by the day before, and lunch meals that are available irregularly without reservations.

Limited to 8 meals “Lunch set” 2,000 yen
To be sure, check the availability date via Instagram message and visit the store after making a reservation.
It would save me a lot of time if they announced the day the lunch meal would be served on Instagram.
The composition includes sashimi, 2 types of small side dishes, pickled vegetables, rice, miso soup, and sweets.
The contents change depending on the availability of ingredients, and on the day of the event, there will be Katsuura bonito sashimi (with ponzu sauce or sesame sauce), beef tendon and shank stew with vegetables, low-temperature-cooked Akashi tomatoname mushroom dressing, and Jako furikake.
The sweets are usually yokan, but since I don't like red beans, I had them change to Shine Muscat.
The richly flavored flavors made from high-quality ingredients left a good impression.
The main dish, the bonito sashimi, is especially noteworthy for its extremely thick cut and sticky texture.
The rice is glossy, a little hard, and cooked to your liking, making it easy to enjoy.
It's a nice service that you can get refills.
The miso soup is a dark red dashi soup with green lettuce and tofu.
The quality is high enough to invite dinner, and it's extremely satisfying.
Payment for the lunch meal is cash only.

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