Tempura Restaurant Hisago
A Long-Standing Tempura Restaurant Known for Its Special Sesame Oil
Tempura Restaurant Hisago first opened in 1918. When you place your order, the chef carefully fries the tempura for you piece by piece. They use only the highest-quality sesame oil from Mie Prefecture, and the sesame aroma, light texture, and refreshing aftertaste creates a winning combination.
The restaurant’s signature dish, “yokozuna ten-don,” is so packed to the brim with delicious food that the tempura-fried shrimp and anago eel is practically overflowing from the bowl.
Located in the “Ryogoku Edo NOREN” building complex, the restaurant offers a view of the old Edo townscape as well as the sumo arena.
Enjoy authentic tempura from an established restaurant at a reasonable price
Sumo arena is located in front of the restaurant
- Postal Code
- F1, Ryogoku-Edo NOREN 1-3-20 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
- No scheduled holidays
- Business Hours
- 11:00am-11:00pm（L.O. 9:30pm）
- 1000-5000 yen
- Directly outside of the west exit of the JR Chuo-Sobu Line’s Ryogoku Station
- Credit Cards
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)