A long-established store that conveys the taste of the tsukudani of the Edo.
Tenyasu Honten is a wooden building built in the early Showa era. The taiko noren set as a sunscreen is popular and there are many who come to draw it. The trade name of Tenyasu was created in 1837, when the store was founded. The name of the first owner was Yasukichi. The “Ten” from Tenpo and “Yasu” from Yasukichi were put together to name the store Tenyasu. The tsukudani products we make last long, which makes them very suitable as gifts for your relatives and friends who live far away from you. Tsukudani of konbu, asari clams and shirasu are especially popular.
- 1-3-14, Tsukuda, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- Web Site
- A seven-minute walk from Tsukishima Station Exit 6 on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Station or the Toei Subway Oedo Line
- Open Hours
- Day Off
- Year-end and New Year holidays
- Credit cards
- Not accepted
- Special Notes
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