[Closed Down] Niku Meshi Akihabara Okamuraya

Slowly Simmered Niku Meshi with a Gentle Miso Flavor

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Beef bowl

This restaurant specializes in “niku meshi,” or meat on rice, serving dishes inspired by Meiji period gyu-nabe (beef hotpot) and the motto of “making a beef donburi that you can’t find anywhere else.”
Their specialty dish is their “niku meshi,” made by simmering cubed beef rib, tofu, konnyaku, and other ingredients for over 5 hours in a miso-based seasoning. Their “dera niku meshi” is topped with daikon and egg, and its plentiful serving size makes it very popular.
The restaurant is close to Akihabara Station and orders are quickly served up, so it’s the perfect stop for someone looking for a filling meal in a short period of time.

Highlights

  • The delicious and tender meat here is simmered for over 5 hours.
  • Great portion sizes at a great value.
  • Made with cubed meat, unlike typical gyudon.
  • You can choose the quantities of rice and toppings.

Photos

  • Exterior

    Exterior

Reviews

1
  • Chris Cheng

    吃過後還是覺得台灣的鬍鬚張比較對味。

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Details

Name in Japanese
肉めし 秋葉原 岡むら屋
Postal Code
101-0021
Address
1F AKIBA426 Building, 4-2-6 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Telephone number
03-5298-5311
Closed
No holidays (only closed on January 1st)
Business Hours
10:00am-11:00pm(L.O 10:30pm)
Budget
~1,000yen
Access
(1) About a 3-minute walk from the JR Yamanote Line, Keihin Tohoku Line, and Sobu Line’s Akihabara Station
(2) About a 4-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line’s Suehirocho Station
Takeout
Available
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)