The back street have lots of tasty lunch spots
I’m a explorer of Tsukiji 😛
That day’s target was here.
Harumi Street is comparatively busy street. But its side roads are calm.
At lunchtime, the restaurant only serve
* Assorted sashimi bowl (鮮魚丼, 1500 yen)
* Marinated tuna bowl (まぐろの漬け丼, 1200 yen)
And sometime they serve special one and I know they served horse mackerel bowl the other day.
When I got to there around 1:30 p.m., there was no guests.
I ordered marinated tuna bowl that day.
It is “tuna bowl” but there were boiled young sardines dressed with sesami sauce, mekabu seaweed, tamagoyaki and firefly squid ! FIREFLY SQUID ! I love it ! It was colorful !
I hadn’t seen such a combination. But those were good. And I could enjoy some tastes in this bowl. Especially, sesami sauce and marinated tuna was funny !
The amount of rice was not much. It was good size for me. I think most of sashimi bowl have too much rice !
By the way, this restaurant is open as bakery and cafe at two times in every months on weekends. They sell their own made breads named “Wapan”, and guests can eat it in the “bakery and cafe”.
I want to try it.
The chef trained in New York for 15 years. Perhaps Japanese cuisine is not his specialty.
Another shops that tasty sashimi bowl can be eaten around Tsukiji at lunchtime.
About Hashiba (はしば)
Address / Tsukiji Harada Bldg 1F, 6-14-7 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukiji station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:30 – 14:00, 17:30 – 22:00
Saturdays / 11:30 – 14:00, 17:30 – 21:00
Closed / Sundays and another national holidays
Website / http://www.hashiba-tsukiji.com/(in Japanese only)
Ooh Ryoko, what a yummy bowl! I love shirasu and hotaru ika! Hope I got them correct haha
Me,too. Especially hotaru ika can be eaten just this season. So, it’s precious bowl 😉
I dream of visiting Tsukiji someday! If I ever get to travel to Japan…. 🙂 This sounds like it was a delicious “investigation” of yours! Thank you for sharing it.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I with you’ll come to Japan before Tsukiji Market will be closed 🙂