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Notomi/
Suidobashi: Izakaya
¥5805-1808
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Super-fresh seafood
from the Noto Penin-
sula, north of Kana-
zawa, is the spe-
cialty at Notomi. To
go with the seafood,
there's a decent
selection of a dozen
or so well-known
sake from around the
country, plus three
or four special
labels from Ishikawa
Prefecture. Every-
thing from the down-
home decor to the
no-frills menu has
the feel of a sea-
side izakaya that's
been transported to
the big city.

The focus of the
kitchen is on the
quality and fresh-
ness of the fish
rather than fancy
cooking techniques
or creative recipes.
Sashimi platters of
three, five or seven
types of seafood are
a reliable starter,
and tempura-fried
oysters are worth a
try when in season.
Many individual fish
and shellfish items
are ready to grill
on a gas burner at
your table.

There are also plen-
ty of nabe stews,
braised nikomi
items, fried dishes
and even sushi, with
lots of daily spe-
cials. Budget around
Y4000-5000 for food
and drink.
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Bunkyo-ku, Hongo
1-14-5.  Open 3-
11:30pm daily.
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