menu

鰻重の写真
Kabayaki(Depends on size)
2,500yen〜
Sirayaki(Depends on size)
2,500yen〜
Yanagawa-nabe
1,100yen
Unagi-nabe
1,550yen
Chawanmushi
650yen
Yakitori
190yen
Yakitori
190yen
Kimoyaki
420yen
Unagitataki
3,300yen
鰻のたたきの写真
Oyakoni
610yen
Itawasa 
480yen
Sunomono
680yen
Owan (Soup)
300yen
Kimosui
300yen
Dojyojiru
300yen
Shikojo (Japanese pickles)
350yen
Uzaku
900yen
柳川なべの写真
Unadon(small size)
2,250yen
Unajyu(Medium)
2,600yen
Jyou unajyu(Large)
2,800yen
Kabayaki-gohan
3,600yen
Unagitataki-gohan
3,600yen
Oyakodon
950yen
Yakitoridon
1,040yen
Unatamadon
1,990yen
Unachazuke 
1,950yen
Norichazuke
650yen

courses menu

Please make a reservation for
the following courses at least
3 days prior to the date of your
coming.

一の膳の写真
Ichinozen
5,100yen
  • 一、 Kimoyaki
  • 一、 Yakitori(Sweet soy sauce2・Salty taste1)
  • 一、 Sunomono
  • 一、 Chawanmushi
  • 一、 Jyou Unajyu
  •  
Sannozen
7,150yen
  • 一、 Kimoyaki
  • 一、 Yakitori(Sweet soy sauce1・Salty taste1)
  • 一、 Sunomono
  • 一、 Sashimi (Thinly sliced raw fish)
  • 一、 Yanagawa-nabe(1 sheet for two people)
  • 一、 Kabayaki
  • 一、 Chawanmushi
  • 一、 Norichazuke
Ninozen
6,300yen
  • 一、 Kimoyaki
  • 一、 Yakitori(Sweet soy sauce2・Salty taste1)
  • 一、 Sunomono
  • 一、 Sashimi (Thinly sliced raw fish)
  • 一、 Chawanmushi
  • 一、 Jyou Unajyu
Kotobukizen
7,450yen
  • 一、 Kimoyaki
  • 一、 Yakitori(Sweet soy sauce1・Salty taste1)
  • 一、 Sunomono
  • 一、 Sashimi (Thinly sliced raw fish)
  • 一、 Yanagawa-nabe(1 sheet for two people )
  • 一、 Chawanmushi
  • 一、 Kabayaki-gohan

drink

Nihonsyu (Japanese sake)
500yen
Tokkyusyu (Finest quality sake)
550yen
Seireisyu (unfiltered cold sake)
730yen
Bottled beer (KIRIN)
680yen
Bottled beer (Ebisu)
730yen
Oolong
300yen
Orage Juice
300yen
Soda Water
300yen
Cola
300yen
飲み物写真

about us

The Suzuki Unagi (eel) restaurant originally started in Kanda around 1935. After it burned down during WWII, the restaurant was moved to Kamata and reopen in 1945. Kabayaki, the most popular cooking style for eel is amazingly soft and delicate broiled over charcoal with a special sweet sauce made by our restaurant since its establishment. Unagi-Tataki has been newly listed on the menu. Enjoy the natural flavor of eel broiled without sauce, served dipped in ponzu (Japanese sauce made primarily of soy sauce and citrus juice) and garnished with tender green onions! Unagi is broiled Japanese freshwater eel and regarded as one of the traditional Japanese cuisines remaining the popularity in Japan. Unagi is also well-known as a nutritious food containing Vitamin A and protein and effective for restorative. Please enjoy these delicate eel dishes broiled with the special sweet sauce made by our restaurant since its establishment.

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infomation

[ Hours ] 11:30_21:00 (last orders 20:30)

[ Holiday ] Tuesday

[ Address ] 7-63-2, Nishikamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo

[ Telephone ] 03 -3731-5239

[ Cards Accepted ] VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMEX, NICOS etc.

[ Access ] Approx. 5 minutes on foot from the West exit of the Tokyu/JR Kamata station.

It is closeto the end of the "Sunroad (サンロード)" arcade.

[ Langages ] Japanese,Chinese and English

Access from Haneda International Airport to JR Kamata station:

Train: Take Keikyu Line Airport Limited Express for Keisei Narita to Shinagawa station for 12 min. and change the train to JR Keihin-Tohoku Line for Yokohama to Kamata station for 10 min. The total trainfare is 560 Japanese Yen.

Bus: Take Keikyu bus #95, 31, 30, 41, or 40 from the bus stop No. 11 at the airport to JR Kamata station. The ticket fare is 270 Japanese Yen.