Hounen Manpuku


Hounen Manpuku

Nihonbashi is a place steeped in history and regality. It was the starting point of the Five Routes of Edo, where huge numbers of people came together for generations. In addition, Nihonbashi was home to a riverside fish-market, making it all the livelier. Today, along that same Nihonbashi River, one can see a warehouse-style building with a tile roof reminiscent of those Edo days of yore. This is “Nihonbashi Muromachi Hounen Manpuku”, the origin point of Japanese food and culture. Please make yourself at home in this refined setting with its high-class wood facilities, walls printed with elegant ukiyo-e paintings, and impressive paper shade lanterns. A screen painting is permanently displayed on the first floor, which can be rented out for hosting events such as lectures.The second floor has terrace seating overlooking the Nihonbashi River, from which you can take in each of Japan’s unique four seasons, making your meal taste even more delectable.

1-8-6, Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0022
Opening hours:

Lunch: 11:30 - 14:30(Last orders 14:00)
Dinner: 17:00 - 23:00(Last orders 22:00, Mon. - Fri.) / 17:00 - 22:00(Last orders 21:00, Sat., Sun.)
Closed on New Year's holidays

Total Capacity:
Entire Booking:
Private Rooms:
4 rooms for 6 to 80
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