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šFuku no Hana/
Yotsuya: Japanese
regional
₯3351-0949
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Regional cuisine,
local sake and sho-
chu from Yamaguchi
Prefecture are
served at this
friendly after-work
izakaya. The menu
features premium-
quality heirloom-
breed chicken, Taka-
mori beef, locally
caught seafood and
seasonal vegetables,
all brought in fresh
from Yamaguchi. The
charcoal-grilled
section of the menu
is especially recom-
mended.

Fuku no Hana's
chicken is a local
breed called choshu
kurokashiwa, and we
enjoyed excellent
chicken sashimi -
very tender and
flavorful - and
amazing wings -
perfectly grilled
with crisp skin and
and an optimal ratio
of fat to meat.
Another highlight
was our charcoal-
grilled Iberico
pork, which was so
good that we ordered
several extra por-
tions through the
course of the eve-
ning.

Generously provi-
sioned skewers of
shiitake mushrooms
and shishito peppers
also benefitted from
first-rate ingre-
dients and skillful
grilling techniques.
The rest of the menu
covers all the usual
izakaya bases -
salads and vegetable
dishes, raw and
grilled seafood
specials, deep-fried
chicken, tasty beef
croquettes. Half a
dozen craft sake are
on offer, among them
the always reliable
Dassai 50 and a nice
muroka namagenshu
from a brand called
Harada.

Seating is at the
long front counter,
a couple of tables
for two alongside
it, and three hori-
kotatsu rooms in
back that can be
joined together to
accommodate groups
of up to thirty.
Budget around Y3200
for ample food and
drink at dinnertime.
If the Yotsuya loca-
tion isn't conven-
ient, Fuku no Hana
has nine other
branches throughout
central Tokyo.
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Shinjuku-ku, Yot-
suya 1-9, Miyake
Bldg 2F.  Open 11:
30am-2, 5-11:15pm
(LO) daily.
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