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Karayama/
Shimbashi: Chicken
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While many serious
karaage shops will
custom-fry each
order, Karayama
seems to have a big
enough turnover that
they can often serve
you an order of hot,
freshly fried chick-
en as soon as you
sit down. Most of
the menu items are
either teishoku or
bento meals, with
rice and soup, but
if you look careful-
ly at the ticket
machine you can find
the buttons to order
chicken by the
piece.

The regular karaage
comes in fairly
large pieces (Y130
each) that are dark
gold in color, quite
juicy inside with a
moderately crisp
skin. There's also a
mildly ginger-fried
option (Y150 per
piece) if you want
some variety.

A sweet sesame sauce
is available for
dipping, although we
would have prefered
something a bit
spicier. Take-out is
available if you
want to spice things
up on your own, or
you can sit at the
family-restaurant-
style twenty-seat
counter.
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Minato-ku, Shimba-
shi 2-16-11, New
Shimbashi Bldg 1F.
 Open 10:30am-10pm
(LO). Closed 2nd
Sunday.
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