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"Dojou Like Fish?"

Iidaya, an Edo-style restaurant that is redolent of Tokyo's ancient past, serves up dojou, a local freshwater fish that is virtually unknown outside of Japan. It is a flavorful, surprisingly robust little fish, that gives good flavor to Iidaya's specialty dish, dojou-nabe (dojou hot-pot). If you're a little squeamish about fish bones, it is possible to order a boneless version of dojou-nabe. Private rooms, with traditional tatami style seating, are available. Iidaya is a culinary step back in time and the Edo-style decor reflects this; this restaurant is popular with locals so be sure to call in advance.
3-3-2 Nishiasakusa, Tokyo, Japan, 111-0035
Today: 11:30 AM - 09:30 PM Closed Now
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Monday to Tuesday 11:30 AM to 09:30 PM
Thursday to Sunday 11:30 AM to 09:30 PM
"Dojou Like Fish?"
Iidaya, an Edo-style restaurant that is redolent of Tokyo's ancient past, serves up dojou, a local freshwater fish that is virtually unknown outside of Japan. It is a flavorful, surprisingly robust little fish, that gives good flavor to Iidaya's specialty dish, dojou-nabe (dojou hot-pot). If you're a little squeamish about fish bones, it is possible to order a boneless version of dojou-nabe. Private rooms, with traditional tatami style seating, are available. Iidaya is a culinary step back in time and the Edo-style decor reflects this; this restaurant is popular with locals so be sure to call in advance.
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