Adult Japanese restaurant near Matsui Yamate Station that you will want to go to [Washin]
Ohashiya, a restaurant specializing in tempura on a street corner, opened a izakaya on the north side of the same building. Passing through the noren (curtain), seven seats at the counter appear.
Standing in front of the fryer is the fourth generation, Gosei Wakita. His grandmother founded Ohashiya, and his father still runs the restaurant, and he has experience working at a fried chicken restaurant.
With smooth, lean movements, they serve freshly fried tempura right in front of you. In addition to evening tempura served with green tea salt and tempura sauce, the restaurant also started weekday lunch service this year.
The overpriced tendon (tempura rice bowl) from 500 yen and the sashimi set menus, which are prepared with seasonal fish from the Daishin Grocery Store in the same shopping arcade, are also of high quality.