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šJusanya/
Ogawamachi: Yakitori
₯3296-0138
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Jusanya is a small
neighborhood yakito-
riya with above-
average chicken and
an unusual sake
selection.

The use of top-grade
ingredients makes
the difference here
- even for simple
items like the raw
chunks of cucumber,
carrots and cabbage
served with miso
paste, or the crisp
fried lotus root
stuffed with meat.
We also appreciated
little touches like
the well-chilled
edamame and other
otoshi, and the
carefully paced food
service that gives
one time to enjoy
each round of chick-
en from the grill.

If you don't feel
like ordering a la
carte, the set menus
offer a fairly good
sampling of the
dishes here, with
menus priced at
Y1500, Y2500 and
Y3800. The Y2500 set
is fairly substan-
tial, and finishes
off with sesame ice
cream.

The sake list isn't
huge, but it's deep-
er than usual, with
two or three varie-
ties of some small
kura, and a handful
of monthly specials
on the whiteboard.
There's a separate
shochu list. The
sake is all procured
from Izumiya, the
specialty shop
across the street,
so if you find some-
thing you like you
can go back there
and pick up a bottle
to take home.
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Chiyoda-ku, Kanda
Ogawamachi 2-4. 
Open 11:30am-1:30,
5:30 to closing.
Closed Sundays.
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