Asahian – Soba restaurant in Numabukuro, Tokyo

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朝日庵 評判のゴマ和え
Seasonal vegetable Goma-ae (vegetables prepared in sesame paste and miso dressing). A popular home-cooked Japanese delicacy.

朝日庵 評判のゴマ和えHomemade Satsuma-Age (two pieces)
Satsuma-age is a deep-fried airy fish cake, made from white fish paste, egg white and Japanese yam, served freshly fried.
Ingredients vary throughout the year according to seasonal availability.

朝日庵 評判のゴマ和えSoba Tofu
A tofu with silky texture, made from coarsely ground buckwheat flour and soy milk. Served cold with a sprinkle of roasted dattan ‘duck wheat’ grain.

朝日庵 評判のゴマ和えSoba Misoyaki
Lightly roasted edo-amamiso (sweet miso) with buckwheat grains, sesame, spring onion and fish flakes. Accompanied with cucumber and sobaita (buckwheat flour crackers).

朝日庵 評判のゴマ和えTamagoyaki (Japanese omelet)
Tamagoyaki is one of the classic dishes to have with sobamae (a sake imbibed as an aperitif before eating soba). Enjoy the subtle sweetness and faint aroma of fish stock.

朝日庵 評判のゴマ和えAssorted Pickles
Fresh vegetables pickled in nukadoko (salted rice bran), is the specialty of our okami (the lady of the house).
An assortment of nukazuke (vegetable pickled in nukadoko) and Chinese cabbage pickles.


3-7-11 Numabukuro, Nakano-ku, Tokyo

Business Hours
Lunch: 11.40am – 3pm (Last order: 2:45pm)
Dinner: 5.30pm – 7.45pm (Last order: 8:15pm)
Closed on Tuesdays and two monday a month.

We cater for all occasions (up to ten people). Booking required. Courses start from ¥3,300 per person. Please contact us for further enquiries.