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You couldn't go home without eating a Tai-meshi lunch by Honhama, a great kappo (Japanese restaurant), located near Daimon station. They serve only one kind of lunch, consisting of Tai-meshi (mixed rice with sea bream), sashimi, arani (simmered fish heads), tsukemono (preserved vegetables pickled in salt), and miso soup. You can enjoy these authentic Japanese dishes made by highly-skilled chefs with a very reasonable price of 1,500yen. This lunch is available only for a limited time of period between 11:30am - 2:00pm on weekdays. That's why, people almost always line up to enter the small restaurant where holds up to around 15 people. You'd better go there in plenty of time.
|Address||Tokyo 1-20-5, Hamamatsu-cho, Minato-ku|
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