Takara たから

Takara
  • Address

    Taguchi building 2F, 1-28-4, Nishi-Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku

  • Open

    16:00-23:00

  • Close

    Open everyday

  • Card

    VISA, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Diners Club

  • Memo

    2nd floor of the building.
    5 min walk from JR Gotanda station(West exit).
    Photos represent serving for 4.

Course

Takara A ¥3,500

Yakitori (4 kinds)
1 Yakitori (4 kinds)

Chicken breast, thigh with leek, gizzard and heart

Appetizer
2 Appetizer

Boiled chicken skin dressed with ponzu sauce / Cream cheese marinated with yakitori sauce

Salad
3 Salad

Deep‐fried tofu and chicken soup
4 Deep‐fried tofu and chicken soup

Tofu(bean curd) / Leek / Dried bonito shavings

Pizza with wasabi mayonnaise
5 Pizza with wasabi mayonnaise

Takara B ¥3,500

Mizutaki (Chicken hot pot)
1 Mizutaki (Chicken hot pot)

Rice and egg for porridge
2 Rice and egg for porridge

Appetizer
3 Appetizer

Boiled chicken skin dressed with ponzu sauce / Cream cheese marinated with yakitori sauce

Salad
4 Salad

Yakitori (2 kinds)
5 Yakitori (2 kinds)

Chicken thigh with leek and heart

Deep‐fried tofu
6 Deep‐fried tofu

Tofu(bean curd) / Leek / Dried bonito shavings

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