Gonpachi, the restaurant chain known for its Nishi-Azabu location’s appearance in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill, is a popular destination for tourists and foreign residents and cinephiles alike and offers a unique experience of Japanese food. It boasts an accessible and foreigner-friendly izakaya atmosphere with high-quality traditional Japanese with the occasional special twist.

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