Founded in Tenmei 2 as a store selling the family tradition "zazen beans". The shop name comes from the fact that the first Shichibei was also from Echigo, commonly known as Tamaki Village. The third-generation Shichibei focused on the fact that fishermen on Tsukuda Island used to boil and sell small fish, and devised "Tsukudani" with a unique flavor and three beats of taste, aroma, and luster. The name of Tamakiya spread throughout the city of Edo. In the Meiji period, there is an anecdote that at the end of the year, there were more than two lines of customers asking for zazen beans. "Tamakiya Shichibei" is currently in its 10th generation. We started a marriage course with a simple recipe using tsukudani with wine. Creating an enterprising restaurant is probably the reason why the tradition of "Tamakiya" has not faded.
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 10:00~18:00
|Year-end and New Year holidays
|5-minute walk from JR/Subway Shimbashi Station