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Iseya restaurant in Kichijoji, Tokyo

Posted by
Hoshisato (Dippach, Luxembourg) on 14 October 2012 in Documentary & Street.

We dropped by the Iseya restaurant in Kichijoji, Tokyo. It is located on the Kichijoji exit of the Inogashira park that also includes the Ghibli Museum, so you might find yourself visiting a location closer to this restaurant than you would think.
It is a yakitori and sukiyaki restaurant and the grilled chicken is great with a couple of cold draught beers. The place is dirty and full of character and the patrons are a nice mix of Japanese society. Quite different from most of the restaurants a tourist usually ends up in and therefore heartily recommended. See here for more details.

PENTAX K20D 1/250 second F/2.4 ISO 3200 20 mm

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Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

It seems a nice restaurant.

14 Oct 2012 5:52am

@Hiro: It is one of those cheap and a little bit dirty restaurants where the food is awesome!

maurizio jaya costantino from Trieste, Italy

I like this photo, simple and intense...

14 Oct 2012 5:56am

@maurizio jaya costantino: Thanks!

1/250 second
ISO 3200
20 mm