Kyobashi Moto is a Japanese restaurant located in the back alley near Kyobashi Station in Tokyo that has a Showa atmosphere. The proprietress Mariko Taniguchi has a lineup of Japanese sake that is supported by a wide range of people, and the head chef Yugo Sakuma, who trained at Japanese restaurants in Ginza and Kyoto, serves dishes using seasonal ingredients. It is a popular restaurant known as "a hideaway for sake lovers" where you can enjoy a marriage of sake and food.
The concept is "cuisine that goes well with Japanese sake." The cuisine is gentle to the body, the amount of salt and fat are reduced to bring out the original flavor of the ingredients. The popular menu is "Sake no Sakana Hassun." We serve assorted one-plate snacks that goes well with sake. In addition, the ingredients and cooking methods are excellent, such as the blood removed and matured fish, the sashimi of the fish that is left to bring out the umami to the maximum, the duck prepared early in the morning and matured Matsuzaka beef. There are around 80 kinds of sake available. "We would like to introduce the brewery's story by selecting breweries and brewers who are active in a small number of generations, such as young breweries, young people in their 20's and 30's who took over the breweries and family-run breweries," said the owner They have a wide variety of flavors from refreshing to solid depending on the dishes and the taste of the guests on the day.
There are 9 counter seats and a private room (6 people). You will want to take your time and enjoy the combination of seasonal cuisine and Japanese sake in various situations such as gatherings with family, friends, colleagues, and foreign guests.
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2-minute walk from Takaracho station (Exit A5), Toei Asakusa Line
2-minute walk from Kyobashi station (Exit 5), Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
A 10-minute walk from Takaracho Station, Exit A5 (Toei-Asakusa Line)
A 2-minute walk from Kyobashi Station, Exit 6 (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)