This local cake store has been a favorite in Kugahara since 1961. The "Stone Paving of Lilac Avenue", a kind of chocolate dessert, is a speciality of the Ota area.
The store was founded in the 3rd year of the Showa period, and has been making high quality, delicious tofu ever since. By using high quality, domestically grown soy beans, the products are given a special sweetness and flavor. Whilst of course having favorites such as momen, oboro, and zaru tofu, they also sell [...]
Located a short walk from Kamata Station east exit, sits a real "star" restaurant. Yildiz, meaning “star”, is an authentic Turkish restaurant and bar.
The Kamata area in Tokyo, close to Haneda Airport, is a popular for gyoza, with many well-known restaurants, making it hard to choose.
The most popular dish is an extravagant "Tiramisu you'll want to eat again" handmade by the chef, who studied authentic Italian cooking at a well-known restaurant in Rome.
37 years since their opening, Bikkuri-tei has been serving home-made quality steak, appetizers, salad, seafood cuisine, western cuisine, and dessert.
We specialize in celebrating the seasons while adding a touch of cuteness to our desserts.
Let's eat sesame because it's good for our health.
Located along the pathway to the Ikegami Honmonji Temple, Ikegami Ikedaya is a long-standing confectionery specializing in Kuzu-mochi (mochi cakes).
Senryu offers the best seafood at a reasonable price.