No guarantor required! Weekly and monthly rates available. Good for short and long-term stay.
Izumiya, main store
This bar is filled with a retro atmosphere. In the old ambiance and reasonable dishes and drinks, you may feel like you are in the Japan from decades ago.The wall is occupied with the menu which shows homemade snacks and delicatessens, and the bar is always crowded with men and women of all ages. Their signature is entrails pot. The entrails boiled for hours in the rich miso flavored soup matches beer and chuhai (shochu highball). The appeal of this bar is the la carte menu which start from a few hundred yen and the traditional Japanese downtown atmosphere.
- 1-29 Daimoncho, Omiya-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama
- Contact No.
- A minute walk from Omiya Station on JR
- Opening Hours / Holidays
Closed irregularly for 2 days every month
- Time Required
- 30 minutes
- Other Information
- *Average budget (for one person): Lunch up to 2,000 yen, Dinner up to 2,000 yen *Menu: Nikomi large size 340 yen, Nikomi regular size 170 yen, Maguro-butsu 360 yen
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Have a casual drink in the old Japanese atmosphere
In this retro bar, you can see traces from about 60 years ago when they started business. They have countless dishes mentioned on the wall, friendly female staff and the casual conversations of regular customers. You're able to order many dishes because of the reasonable prices.
Their signature, soft boiled entrails
"Nikomi" (large size 340 yen), which is entrails and kon-nyaku (kon-nyaku flour paste) boiled for hours in their special miso soup, is the most popular menu. Despite the price of a 170 yen for regular size which is like fast food menu, the entrails are outstanding. Most of the customers order this signature menu.
"Maguro-butsu", bite size tuna with rich oil!
"Maguro-butsu" (360 yen) is also a standard popular menu. You can enjoy cube-shaped tuna with a little bit of fat with plenty of wasabi and leek. This is a basic sashimi dish but the tuna is fresh and melts lightly in your mouth.