Food and Drinks

[Tokyo] Fukagawa Kamasho (深川釜匠): Offering Fukagawa-meshi and Fukagawa-don Dating Back to the Edo Period in Kiyosumi Shirakawa


Savor Excellence at Fukagawa Kamasho: Crafted Delights in the Heart of Fukagawa

Fukagawa Kamasho is a haven for food enthusiasts. Named after its specialties, Fukagawa-meshi and Fukagawa-don, this restaurant takes pride in delivering meticulously crafted dishes. Fukagawa-meshi, a flavorful combination of clams and shimeji mushrooms in a special broth, and Fukagawa-don, a delightful blend of roughly chopped green onions and deep-fried tofu simmered in a secret clam-infused broth, have become favorites among patrons.

Embracing the essence of Edo commoners, Fukagawa Kamasho’s cuisine highlights the refined taste of the Fukagawa area. The simplicity of the bowl, enriched with clam flavor, offers a rich and flavorful taste that resonates with many.


Conveniently located just a 2-minute walk from Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station, Fukagawa Kamasho beckons with its accessibility. Boasting 90 seats and private tatami rooms, the restaurant caters to various occasions, from intimate family meals to lively gatherings with friends.


Fukagawa-don, a delectable dish featuring chopped green onions and deep-fried tofu in a secret clam-infused broth, stands out with its unique taste. The addition of a half-cooked egg to the specially crafted broth enhances the crunchiness of green onions and clams, creating an irresistible flavor. This recommended dish at Fukagawa Kamasho is celebrated for its deliciousness.

  • Name: Fukagawa Kamasho
  • Address: 2-1-13 Shirakawa, Koto-ku, Tokyo
  • Phone: +81-(0)50-5493-4313
  • Hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11:00 – 22:00 / Tuesday and Thursday 11:00 – 15:00 
  • Closed On: Mondays
  • Number of Seats: 90
  • Budget: – JPY2,000 
  • Payment Options: Cash Only 

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