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Sharikimon Onozawa Description

Located in Tokyo, Sharikimon Onozawa is a renowned Japanese restaurant that offers a unique dining experience. Specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine, this restaurant has been recognized as one of the top 100 restaurants in Tokyo. With a rating of 3.92 out of 5 stars and over 180 reviews, it is clear that Sharikimon Onozawa has captured the hearts and taste buds of many.

What sets Sharikimon Onozawa apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to preserving the authenticity of Japanese cuisine. The menu features a wide range of dishes, from sushi and sashimi to tempura and sukiyaki. Each dish is meticulously prepared using the freshest ingredients, ensuring a burst of flavors with every bite.

The restaurant's interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for diners. The attention to detail is evident in every aspect, from the elegant table settings to the traditional Japanese artwork adorning the walls. Whether you're looking for a romantic dinner for two or a memorable dining experience with friends and family, Sharikimon Onozawa is the perfect choice.

Sharikimon Onozawa Overview

Address

Garden 39 6 Arakichō, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0007

Phone

+81 (0) 3-6457-8550

Access

5 minute walk from Yotsuya-sanchome Station.
8 minute walk from Akebonobashi Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Tue: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Wed: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Thur: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Fri: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Sat: 5:30PM-11:00PM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Non-smoking

Stylish Interior

Sharikimon Onozawa Reviews

Sharikimon Onozawa Google Average Rating

4.7

5

Google
Exceptionally good food by Makoto and his attentive team. It's Michelin grade but not overly stiff and formal. Inventive dishes with great sake pairings. Very accommodating of our minimal Japanese and made us feel welcome 👌

5

Google
Everything was delicious. The service was wonderful as well. Fresh water eel and toro tuna roll are their signature dishes and worth the hype. Would love to come back again!

5

Google
This is a restaurant where you can feel the joy of eating, where you can have fun, eat deliciously, and feel full.

[Menu] *Sorry if there are any mistakes.
・Cod milt, shrimp sweet potato and mustard, white miso
・Kobako crab from Kasumi, Hyogo Prefecture
・Kanagawa Nagai fishing port red grouper, Gensuke radish, shiitake mushroom
・Torafugu sashimi, milt, skin, ponzu sauce
・Filefish and liver, Oma tuna, low temperature cooked red bean liver
・Send trotak roll★Specialty
・Hokkaido Kinki's Steamed Turnip
・Matsuba crab
・Eel and Tosa vinegar
・Matsuba crab croquette without cream
~Selective~
・Kake soba
・Oyster soba
・Karasumi soba
·Curry Rice
~dessert~
・Red mandarin orange jelly and milk pudding, Niigata's le lecchie

[Meal impressions]
When you combine filefish and tiger puffer sashimi with their livers, the liver fat melts and is delicious.
Gensuke daikon radish is smooth but has a lot of flavor, and you can enjoy the soup stock to your heart's content.
The famous tsusaki trotak roll is always delicious, but in winter it's even more delicious and addictive as it has more fat on it.
Matsuba crab is of course delicious boiled or with miso, but the novelty is to make a croquette with just the crab meat without cream! This, combined with the fried oil, increases the aroma and makes it delicious.
Enjoy the oysters in the oyster soba, including the soup stock.
The dessert, Le Lectue, was so sweet that I had never had such a sweet pear before.

[Service, atmosphere, etc.]
They take good care of your drinks, etc., and serve them smoothly.
The interior is Japanese-style and has a calming feel.
The selection-based menu allows you to order as many of your favorite sizes and dishes as you like, so if you like to eat a lot, we recommend ordering a large size! It was such a delicious restaurant that I wanted to go there.

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