Kamameshi Haru Ueno
A restaurant with a history—the original kamameshi restaurant
A specialist kamameshi (iron pot rice) restaurant founded in 1926. Historically, this is the restaurant that came up with the idea of kamameshi.
The style is to prepare and serve a single portion of rice and other ingredients in a pot. The servings are carefully prepared, one pot at a time, after as orders are placed.
It takes about 25 minutes to cook a pot of kamameshi, but it is so delicious that it is well worth the wait.
Ingredients include chicken and seafood, but seasonal kamameshi created using ingredients when they are at their best are also on offer.
This restaurant also has a great selection of dishes that can be enjoyed with an alcoholic drink at night.
Eat kamameshi cooked up using ingredients in season
In addition to counter and table seating, Japanese-style seating is also available, so you can stretch out your legs and relax
Kamameshi takes a little time to prepare, so we recommend trying some other dishes as you wait
Take-out is available. It is good to leave a little time to place your order with the restaurant then go to collect it.
- Name in Japanese
- 釜めし春 上野店
- Postal Code
- 4-9-2 Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo
- No scheduled holidays
- Business Hours
- 1,500-3,000 yen
(1) About 7 minute by foot from Okachimachi Station on the JR Yamanote Line and the Keihin-Tohoku Line
(2) About 7 minute by foot from Ueno-Hirokoji on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
(3) About 7 minute by foot from Ueno-okachimachi on the Toei Oedo Line
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted