This would be the last visit to Yonehana this year. It was before Christmas.
Though I intended to go to another shop, Yonehana didn’t have much guests than recent days that day. So, I felt like having relax time at Yonehana after a long long absense 🙂
This was my breakfast. Chef’s choice. Tuna sashimi and oden is standard chef’s choice these days.
Oden. That day’s oden was very huge as usual, too.
Probably you don’t understand from the photo, this taro, this daikon radish was too big.
Even this fish ball that seems to be smaller was not small. I ate it with two bites.
Tuna. Leftover fresh on the spine of tuna (nakaochi) and toro part of tuna.
I ate rice with nakaochi while waiting the toro being marinated in soy sauce for 10 minutes or so.
And then, finally, I set the toro on the rice !
The slices of toro was so thick and big, and so fatty. It took much time to be marinated. Happy breakfast 🙂
Having breakfast at Yonehana slowly is fun all the same 🙂
By the way, I heard this is the latest menus. Chinese and Japanese. I have no idea why English isn’t on the menus. And why the price is sandwiched between Japanese words and Chinese words 😛
Well, it might be Yonehana standard, too 😛
And there’s also English menus, Korean menus, Thai menus too.
Umm. I didn’t know Yonehana prepare box of sea urchin (and it cost us 6000 yen…oh my)
About Yonehana (米花)
Address / Tsukiji Market Bldg No.8, 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukijishijo station (Toei subway)
Open / 5:30 – 13:30
Closed / Market’s holidays