Densetsu no Sutadon-ya
(The Legendary Sutadon-ya) Akihabara

A hearty Butadon, a Japanese pork bowl with a secret sauce

Pork bowl

It is a popular Japanese pork bowl restaurant that has established itself, not only domestically, but also internationally since it was founded in 1971. The Akihabara location stands out with its large image of the “Sutadon” on its storefront. There is seating upstairs and counter seating downstairs.
With a masterful manipulation of high heat and the wok they provide a bowl of pork belly that is skillfully stir-fried with the secret garlic soy sauce, and laid over a generous bed of rice.
The Best Seller is the standard “Sutadon” that comes with a bowl of miso soup and a raw egg. The menu also has a line up of filling dishes like a Sutadon topped with kimchi or cheese and a Japanese fried chicken bowl. Optional extra meat on your order is available for an additional fee.


  • A single serving boasts three times the standard serving of rice.
  • If you mix in a raw egg, the flavor becomes mellow and even more delicious.
  • A smaller serving of each dish is also available.
  • The menu also includes fried rice, noodle dishes, and curries other than Sutadon.


  • Sutadon


  • The Exterior

    The Exterior

  • The Menu

    The Menu

  • Meal ticket machine

    Meal ticket machine


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Name in Japanese
伝説のすた丼屋 秋葉原店
Postal Code
1F/2F Kurata Building, 3-10-12 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
No holidays
Business Hours
(1) About 2 minutes on foot from Exit 3 of Suehirocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
(2) About 6 minutes on foot from Electric Town Gate of Akihabara Station on the JR Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku and Chuo-Sobu Lines
Credit Cards
Not accepted
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)