Genchan
Daiba: Izakaya
Genchan (Daiba: Izakaya)
Genchan
Open 11am-10pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Whether you're here for a quick dinner or a leisurely evening of drinking and snacking, this reliable seafood izakaya is a refreshingly economical option for an Odaiba outing. The voluminous daily sashimi platter is a good place to start, and individual a la carte sashimi items also come in generous portions. If you're dining solo or if you just want a quick bite, there's a huge variety of seafood donburi permutations to choose from.

On the downside, some of the more popular food items tend to sell out if it's a busy night, and there may be glitches in service. All in all though, Genchan is a fun, casual dining spot that provides very good value for money. Budget around Y1200-1800 per person for food and drink at dinnertime.

Daiba
Minato-ku, Daiba 1-7-1, Aqua City 5F.
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