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Sengoku Buyuden

By Weekender Editor

Inspired by Japan’s bloody civil war, Sengoku Buyuden is a Japanese izakaya-style restaurant riddled with battle flags and replica samurai armor, and boasting an exciting traditional menu, which will make history buffs and gourmets feel at home.

The restaurant is a great place for kids, tourists, and Japan lifers to learn a bit about one of Japan’s most violent periods while being surrounded by a surprisingly sophisticated atmosphere.

We recommend the Tenka Touitsu Seiro Mushi, a bamboo-steamed dish with a choice of either pork, chicken, or seafood, which is a healthy meal that’ll have you fit for a fight. Pair with one (or more) of the 30 types of high-quality shochu to cancel out your battle-ready state.

Address: 4F T-Wing Bldg., 1-6-2 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Website: dd-holdings.jp   

Tel: 03-3209-2277

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