Shimbashi Ekimae Building kinda in Shimbashi and bordering Shiodome has a bunch of tiny little restaurants that must have been here for years.
In Hawaii I love Poke Bowls so the closest I can get to that here in Japan is a seasoned Maguro Yukhoe spicy bowl (Korean spices).
Tiny tiny... people lined shoulder to shoulder.
Seasoned spicy tuna bowl! Thats me!
This thing was so huge... I kinda got tired of eating so much tuna.
Seasoned so well and the seasoning seeps into the rice.... yum.
Self serve water. Oh when the food comes out you have to pay the little elderly waitress up front. She was getting yelled at a bit from the chef in his late 30's... maybe it was her son?
Seats facing the wall in the back.
The izakaya night menu.
Counter seating where I sat.
If at Shimbashi station definitely stroll into this building with lots of local lunch options that include ramen, curry and fish. There were no foreigners this day but give it a try!
Restaurant: Nomisho Kei
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