Sansada is the oldest known tempura restaurant in Japan, with its establishment dating back to 1837. It is also known as the birthplace of “ten-don” or tempura bowl. Sansada was made famous by the catch phrase “One is for Asakusa, two is for the Kannon, and three is for Sansada's tempura.” The restaurant has continued to serve, for over 170 years, the traditional Edo-style tempura, deep frying in sesame oil various seafood from waters off Tokyo. The tempura here is so tasty, especially “Nakakaki-don,” a rice bowl topped with large mixed tempura of small shrimp, squid and “kobashira,” that fans from all over Japan flock to this restaurant for their deep fried treats.
|Address||1-2-2 Asakusa Taito-ku Tokyo|
|Holiday||Open 7days a week|