Daimaruyaki Sabo

  • Has a non-pork, non-alcoholic menu.
  • Has a vegetarian menu.
  • Not serving alcohol
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Daimaruyaki Sabo has a lot of remarkable points that may seem ordinary to Japanese people, but to foreign tourists, they can only be experienced in Japan. For example, enjoying monaka and Daimaruyaki with tea poured by customers themselves in a teapot is a special experience. The combination of the refreshing bitterness of Japanese tea and the sweetness of wagashi is a miracle that can be experienced with all five senses.
We also offer a set of wagashi that is free of animal derivatives and alcohol and can be enjoyed by Muslims.

Open hours
10:00 - 17:30
WEB Site
101-0051, Sakura street, 2-9 Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

1 minute walk from Jimbocho station