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šNanakura/
Shimbashi: Udon
₯3571-5012
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Originally just a
small counter shop
serving udon noo-
dles, Nanakura has
since grown into a
full-sized, very
lively after-work
izakaya with a focus
on fresh seafood.
The excellent, rath-
er unique udon is
still a big draw
though, and worth a
special trip on its
own. The noodles
here are cut much
thinner than aver-
age, and are served
with a rich, fatty,
and amazingly tasty
duck-based dipping
sauce.

A bowl of noodles
will set you back
Y1080-1480 depending
on the size, but if
you have the time
it's worth checking
out the rest of the
menu. Charcoal-
seared katsuo tataki
(Y950) is a stand-
out, as is the sake-
marinated grilled
otoro tuna (Y1260).
There's a small but
serviceable sake
selection, and of
course beer and
shochu cocktails.
Budget around Y3500-
4500 in the evening,
or less if you just
want a bowl of udon.

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Minato-ku, Shimba-
shi 2-20-15, Shimba-
shi Ekimae Bldg #1
2F.  Open 11:20am-
2:10, 5-9pm (LO).
Closed weekends.
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