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šTama no Kura/
Futako-tamagawa:
Izakaya
₯6411-7630
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One mark of a seri-
ous sake bar is
whether they offer
limited-edition
seasonal specials,
and we're happy to
report that this
stylish izakaya has
a whole page of
them, all at very
reasonable prices.
Tama no Kura's food
is also excellent -
reliable, well-con-
structed izakaya
fare with a creative
edge.

Grilled shiitake
mushrooms with gor-
gonzola sauce was a
particularly in-
spired combination,
and it went very
well with our nigori
sake, as did the
smoky-flavored
Akita-style "iburi-
gakko" pickles
stuffed with cream
cheese. Our grilled
chicken was livened
up by both yuzu
kosho and a hefty
dose of garlic, the
crunchy skin topped
by a thick layer of
grated daikon.

Service is friendly
and helpful, and the
understated modern-
rustic decor pro-
vides a pleasant
backdrop. Budget
around Y3500-4500
per person for food
and drink, which
includes a table
charge of Y626.
(There's no English
menu, but easy-to-
order prix-fixe
options are avail-
able.)
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Setagaya-ku, Tama-
gawa 3-13-8.  Open
5-11pm (LO; Sun 3-
10:30) daily.
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