Omori Station is just 2 stops away from Shinagawa Station.
I heard there’s a delicious Washoku Izakaya restaurant in Omori.
Rin is located on the 4th floor of a building in Omori Station North Exit.
The atmosphere is a little dark but very calm.
There are counter-seats, table seats, and Zashiki seats.
We were led to a semi-private room.
You can choose an appetizer from 3 different kinds.
I started off with horse mackerel Namerou (finely chopped fish with miso).
Nemerou is actually a local food of Bousou Peninsula in Chiba prefecture.
The horse mackerel was seasoned with ginger, leeks, myoga (Japanese ginger), and Japanese Sake. It was then hit on a cutting board.
The horse mackerel had a firm taste. Just roll it with some seaweed and eat it!
It's perfect for Japanese Sake.
Luxurious Sashimori arrived!
It’s not only beautiful but fresh as well!!
Soft Japanese omelet and pickles arrived!
I could tell without eating that it’s SO SOFT.
The subtle taste was just right.
The pickles had vivid colors. It was simple and delicious!
Here comes boiled amberjack!
The seasoning wasn’t too strong so you can enjoy the natural taste of amberjack.
The radish was so soft and was flavored with the rich soup of boiled amberjack.
It’ll definitely make you happy♪
Fried chicken wings were big and tasty!
The sprinkled sesame on the chicken wings had a delicious smell!
It was so hot.
I am sure you wouldn't be able to stop eating!
We were so hungry that we thought we ordered too much but we ended up ordering desserts too!
Greentea and Houji-tea ice cream.
We were able to spend a relaxing time with some warm tea at the end.
It’s very close from Shinagawa Station and it’s very reasonable too!
It is definitely a good unknown spot!!
I am coming here again for sure.
|4F, 1-1-2, Omorikita, Ota-ku, Tokyo|
|1-minute from Omori Station|
|Lunch ~¥999 / Dinner ¥3000~¥3999|