Fukagawajuku Tomioka Hachiman Restaurant

A Fukagawa-Meshi Specialty Restaurant Serving “Bukakke“ and “Takikomi”.

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Japanese cuisine

“Fukagawa-meshi” is an iconic local cuisine born in Tokyo. Fukagawa-meshi is usually served in two ways: “bukkake” (pour-over), where you drench the rice with fresh clams cooked in miso broth, and “takikomi,” where the rice is seasoned with dashi and soy sauce. The former has its origins in the days when the area flourished as a fisherman's town, where it became a staple meal of fishermen. The latter became popular as a meal with the taste of home, as well as a lunch for tradesmen of the time.

Fukagawajuku serves clams that are freshly caught and carefully selected, primarily from Tokyo Bay. The clams keep their delicious fresh flavor thanks to never being frozen. The restaurant’s bukkake bowl is served with a special blend of Kanto miso and Shinshu miso. The harmonious fusion of flavors between the clam juice and miso makes the dish irresistible. The “Hamamatsu-fu” style of takikomi-gohan adds soy sauce to the rice, and it is known for its delicate flavors that enhance the flavors of the clams.

If you would like to try both dishes, try ordering the “tatsumigonomi.”
The restaurant’s dinner menu features à la carte items, including clam skewers and Yanagawa stewed clams.
It is located within the grounds of Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine, so it is easy to spot while walking around the area.


  • Offers two different types of “Fukagawa-meshi,” as well as an option to try both.
  • Fukagawa-meshi souvenirs and bento box meals also available.
  • A la carte clam dishes also available to choose from.
  • Easy to find while visiting Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine.


  • Bukkake and takikomi both served together with the “tatsumigonomi” set (lunch)
  • The restaurant is located immediately past a large Torii gate
  • Tables and zashiki-style seating are both available
  • “Fukagawa-meshi” bentos also available
  • A variety of souvenirs are available for purchase, including Fukagawa-meshi seasonings and clam tsukudani


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Sanitation Measures

  • Alcohol-based disinfectants

  • Staff wearing masks


Name in Japanese
深川宿 富岡八幡店
Postal Code
Within Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine’s grounds, 1-23-11 Tomioka, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Mondays (Closed Tuesday if Monday falls on the 5th, 28th, or public holidays)
Open Hours
Tuesday to Friday 11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-9:00pm
Weekends/Holidays 11:00am-5:00pm
2,500 yen
① About a 3-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line’s Monzen-nakacho Station
② About a 7-minute walk from the Toei Oedo Line’s Monzen-nakacho Station
No smoking
Credit Cards Accepted
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)