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Tsurutontan/
Ginza: Udon
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Late-night dining
options are rather
limited in this part
of town, especially
combined with af-
fordable prices, so
this flashy gourmet
noodle shop is a
welcome addition to
Ginza's nighttime
landscape. And al-
though they only
display noodle bowls
in the front window,
once you're inside
you'll find an ex-
tensive menu of
izakaya-style dishes
- everything from
grilled meats to
sushi.

The extensive noodle
menu includes a good
mix of traditional
udon configurations
and more fusion-
style, Italian-in-
spired offerings.
Some of the more
exotic udon choices
include pink carbo-
nara, rich cheese
and beets, ebi-
cream, and of course
the ever-popular
curry udon.

Moving beyond noo-
dles, the seasonal
tempura platter is
highly recommended,
and it comes in
reasonably hefty
portions. Entertain-
ing modern nigiri-
zushi and sushi
rolls are well con-
structed, featuring
ingredients like
grilled salmon and
sukiyaki. Raw horse-
meat comes in sever-
al different cuts
(the shimo-furi
marbled cut is ten-
der and very tasty),
which you can order
a la carte or in a
mixed horsemeat
platter. There's
also a good selec-
tion of teppan-
grilled meats, in-
cluding beef tongue.


The sake list fea-
tures well-known
breweries like Kubo-
ta and Tengumai,
while wine options
include Cloudy Bay
Chardonnay. Budget
around Y3000-4000
for dinner with
drinks, or Y1000-
1600 for just a bowl
of udon. Wines range
from Y2800-12,000
per bottle.
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Chuo-ku, Ginza 5-
2-1, Tokyu Plaza
Ginza 10F.  Open
11am-4am (Sun -11pm)
daily.
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