Imaasa has been running business since 1880, at the time when former Shinbashi (later Shiodome) railway station was in service nearby, and has never moved from the original location. Inside the restaurant corridor you will be greeted by the fascinating painting "Wagyu & Grape". They provide only A5 rank Japanese Black centering on Matsusaka beef along with their special Warishita sauce and other sophisticated dishes. Sukiyaki is prepared by a certified chef who is responsible for hand-slicing Matsusaka Beef in traditional paper-thin pieces.
Tatami mat room
We have been running a restaurant business for over 135 years. I'm the fifth generation manager of this restaurant. Please come and try our traditional Japanese beef dish, "sukiyaki" along with our selection of palatable wines.
English menu available
Accept credit cards
1-1-21, Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
We are a non profit organization consist of groups of individuals who live in Shinbashi area through many generations. Our mission is to connect people who live, work, or visit within the region and invigorate our local communities.
This content is managed and maintained by a young generation group within our community called SSS, or Shinbashi Seinen Shinkokai. Most of the members here have each job during the day, and voluntarily gather to serve the community. We are not a professional tour guide, but we hope that this content will help you find the information you need which you won't find in your travel guidebook.
We always welcome everyone who visit Shinbashi and hope that you enjoy your stay here.