Asakusa Imahan


Asakusa Imahan

This long-established restaurant dates back to 1895 and is situated in Tokyo's most popular tourist destination of Asakusa. Here diners can enjoy the traditional fare of sukiyaki and shabu-shabu made from the meat of famous Japanese Black Cattle. The entire restaurant went through a renovation in 2008 and now provides a variety of rooms and seating styles. These include four VIP rooms furnished using the highest-quality materials, and seven rooms for small private parties, eight of which are in the horigotatsu style. The third floor of the restaurant offers a large tatami room, which can accommodate a maximum of 48 guests. The sister restaurant to Imahan is also situated in Asakusa and is perfect for casual dining, seated at western-style tables (maximum capacity of 41 persons).

3-1-12 Nishi-asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0035
Opening hours:

11:30 - 21:30 (Last orders 20:30)

Total Capacity:
Entire Booking:
Not available (Group reservation available for up to 48 persons)
Private Rooms:
10 rooms for 2 to 10
Japanese horigotatsu style rooms:
6 rooms seating 33 total
Lunch:¥¥/ Dinner:¥¥

The ¥ marks in the Budget indicate the following price ranges.
¥: Less than ¥5,000
¥¥: ¥5,000 to ¥9,999
¥¥¥: ¥10,000 to ¥14,999
¥¥¥¥: ¥15,000 and over