The long-established tempura "Arakawa", which has been operating in Higashijujo, Kita-ku for 45 years, has moved to Akabane and newly opened.
It is a store created by the craftsmen who always make tea rooms, each demonstrating their craftsmanship.
We are particular about solid materials, and we also challenge traditional autumnal walls such as Sugimaru pillars and solid oak counters. The ceiling is oval raised and gold is pasted on the ceiling. From Edo to the Japanese-style room, the image of the eaves roof is made through lattice rafters. At the entrance, there are latticed doors and tsukubai, and the table seats are separated by the number of customers with moving fittings, and there is a calm digging-style private room in the back of the store.
Considering that many people come and go because it is a store, it is stylish, easy to use, and durable. A new long-established store tempura "Arakawa" has been completed by reusing some of the materials (floor pillars, garden stones, signboards) of the previous store and inheriting the history of 45 years since its establishment.
Tempura Arakawa (closed Wednesday)
2-7-2 Akabane, Kita-ku, Tokyo
Location: 2-7-2 Akabane, Kita-ku, Tokyo