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Kaikaya By The Sea

By Weekender Editor

The atmosphere is intimate, lively, and casual enough for boisterous chatting and joke sharing. In fact, the thirst-quenching sangria is highly conducive to loud laughs and great conversation. The food at Kaikaya can be described as traditional Japanese seafood with a contemporary twist. Our favorites include senyo no carpaccio, or raw fish in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and sweet basil (¥1,000); harumakippoi kani salad, or crab meat salad in a lightly fried spring roll (¥980); maguro no kama no supearibu, or tuna neck (¥1,000); and even the hama no miso-shiru, or seafood miso soup with a touch of sesame (¥1,200).

Address: 23-7 Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku

Website: www.kaikaya.com

Tel: 03-3770-0878

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