This popular take-out shop is run by Imahan, the century-old sukiyaki and shabu-shabu restaurant, and is located across the alleyway from their flagship restaurant. While a sukiyaki dinner at the restaurant might run you Y5000, here you can grab some take-out sukiyaki-filled croquettes for just Y173, and sukiyaki nikuman (Chinese pork buns) for Y626.
There's a whole range of deep-fried fare for your dining pleasure - chicken karaage, corn-cream croquettes, lotus root stuffed with ground pork, and deep-fried oysters, prawns, squid and mackerel. They also sell premium-brand roast pork and a variety of salad-type dishes. Party-ready hors d'oeuvre platters are Y3240 for a 3-4 person party.
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