Washoku En (和食 えん 汐留店)

Shibashi Izakaya
[Throwback October] Our last party before we departed Japan, our friends decided that a real Japanese food dinner would be perfect.

Shibashi Izakaya
Perfect place for post work dinner too as it is centrally located in Shinbashi and with a great Tokyo night view.

Shibashi Izakaya
Welcome appetizer, since service charge is not included in most Japanese eateries, this is served and charged to you as a way to make up for the loss of service charge. (usually 300-500JPY)

Shibashi Izakaya
Fresh sashimi to ensure we get to eat much fresh fish before we leave.

Shibashi Izakaya
Various cold dishes – pickled egg plant, cold tofu skin, salad and cold adagashi tofu

Shibashi Izakaya
The meats – Fried chicken, grilled chicken, grilled chicken bum area meat, cream corn with crab coquette.

Shibashi Izakaya
Grilled fish, grileld fish cake, fried fish cake and egg roll.

Shibashi Izakaya
Our favorite – tuna cubes tossed with some wasabi and seaweed.

Shibashi Izakaya
not to be missed in Japan, fresh clams steamed in wine. (no fishy taste, nor sandy taste)

Shibashi Izakaya
Hakata favorite of motsu hotpot (chicken innards hotpot)

Shibashi Izakaya
Grilled pork served with sour young mango. Quite a unique combination.

Shibashi Izakaya
Pressed sushi with unagi.

Shibashi Izakaya
Thank you to our friends for throwing us a party and feeding us with so much great yummy Japanese food before we leave.

Shibashi Izakaya
good-bye Tokyo, the city that is some times cold but still warm from our family and friends and always surprised with daily with new stuff that pops up! We would miss you….forgot my camera in the midst of our mad packing and had to settle with my phone camera…

Address:えん 汐留店東京都港区東新橋1-5-2 汐留シティセンター 42F

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