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Inagaki/
Hanzomon: Oden
₯3230-2757
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The decor and table-
ware at Inagaki are
more stylish than
your typical neigh-
borhood izakaya,
although the atmos-
phere is still quite
down to earth, at-
tracting a lively
after-work crowd.
The oden at the
heart of the menu is
fairly traditional,
and served in three
different styles of
broth - soy-flavored
Kanto style, lighter
Kansai style, and
heavier miso-fla-
vored Nagoya style.
The smaller Nagoya
menu covers eight
oden items, while
the main menu offers
36 different items
in a choice of
Kanto- or Kansai-
style broth.

Some highlights
include juicy scal-
lops, very airy
hanpen, nice plump
oysters, and richly
flavored Nagoya-
style daikon chunks.
Assorted sashimi of
the day and tradi-
tional izakaya-style
side dishes are
available to supple-
ment your oden if
you're hungry. The
sake list is quite
limited, and there
are a few shochu
choices. Budget
around Y4000 for
dinner with drinks.

Inagaki doesn't take
reservations, so
it's a good idea to
show up well before
6pm if you want a
seat. Seatings are
for two and a half
hours, so there may
be another opportu-
nity at around 8:
30pm. The shop is
closed on weekends,
and for various
extended holidays
like Obon and Golden
Week, so phone ahead
if you're not sure
if they'll be open.
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Chiyoda-ku, Hira-
kawacho 1-8-8. 
Open 5-10pm (LO).
Closed weekends.
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