A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

Onigiri, which is also called a Japanese fast food, has been increasingly attracting attention across the world. We will introduce you to onigiri sold by shops specialized in this savory goody with a wide variety of fillings. You will surely wish to frequent these shops.

  • Bonta bonta in Tsukishima Metro Pier
  • Bonta bonta in Tsukishima Metro Pier

    Bonta bonta in Tsukishima Metro Pier

    Bonta bonta in Tsukishima Metro Pier

  • Bonta bonta
    in Tsukishima Metro Pier
  • Roast beef fillet marinated with scallions, miso and sesame oil 290yen each (including tax)
  • Located on the premises of Tsukishima Station. "Roast beef fillet marinated with scallions, miso and sesame oil" onigiri is made from the best-quality rice, specially milled by a "five-star rice master." It is fully stuffed with all the fillings. Roast beef made from shoulder clod is tender and nicely complemented by Sendai miso which has a strong umami flavor.
  • Address
    1-3-9, Tsukishima, Chuo-ku, Tokyo On the premises of Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Tsukishima Station
    Direction
    On the premises of Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Tsukishima Station
    Open Hours
    7:00~21:00(For dining, till 20:30)
    Day Off
    1/1~1/3 * Opening hours may be shortened during the year-end and New Year holidays.
    Contact
    03-6220-0664
    03-6220-0664
  • Onigiriya Marutoyo - Tsukiji
  • Onigiriya Marutoyo - Tsukiji

    Onigiriya Marutoyo - Tsukiji

    Onigiriya Marutoyo - Tsukiji

  • Onigiriya
    Marutoyo - Tsukiji
  • Salmon belly 240yen each (including tax)
  • Long-established reputable onigiri shop located at Tsukiji Outer Market, which offers a great selection of 50 types of onigiri. You may find a line of customers in front of the shop. Salmon berry is the most popular ingredient of onigiri sold in the shop. It is thick, fatty and fresh. Each onigiri is big, hearty, and comes in all different shapes, and to make things better, the pleasant aroma of nori (dried seaweed) will definitely stimulate your appetite.
  • Address
    4-9-9, Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A three-minute walk from Tsukijishijo Station Exit A1 on the Toei Subway Oedo Line
    Open Hours
    5:00~15:00
    Day Off
    Sundays, holidays, and when the fish market is closed
    Contact
    03-3541-6010
    03-3541-6010
  • Yume Musubi in Ginza Mitsukoshi
  • Yume Musubi in Ginza Mitsukoshi

    Yume Musubi in Ginza Mitsukoshi

    Yume Musubi in Ginza Mitsukoshi

  • Yume Musubi
    in Ginza Mitsukoshi
  • Soft boiled egg omusubi 281yen each (including tax)
  • Cooked fresh at the shop every day, our soft boiled egg omusubi uses quality Uonuma Koshihikari rice harvested from rice terrace fields in Matsudai-machi and Matsunoyama-machi, Niigata, which are designated as two of Japan's 100 best rice terraces. Among the 24 – 30 types of omusubi that we make, we specifically recommend the "soft boiled egg omusubi" above all others. A whole gooey soft-boiled egg is stuffed into a soy sauce-flavored rice to produce a flavor that will make you feel happy and satisfied.
  • Onigiriya Shichiroka
  • Onigiriya Shichiroka

    Onigiriya Shichiroka

    Onigiriya Shichiroka

  • Onigiriya Shichiroka
  • Kishu Nanko pickled plum
    230yen each (including tax)
  • Shop specialized in hand-made onigiri, which devotes meticulous attention to ingredients. Using Akita Komachi Rice produced in Ogata-mura, Akita, our onigiri is still delicious, even when cold. In addition, our rice perfectly cooked in our hanegama rice cooker, is always fluffy and delicious. The "Kishu Nanko pickled plum" onigiri that we offer is filled with two types of combined pickled plums: one with a strong acidic taste and the other with a strong sweet taste. This perfect combination makes it truly delicious!
  • Address
    Enomoto Building 1F, 3-5-6, Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A three-minute walk from Ningyocho Station Exit A5 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line or the Toei Subway Asakusa Line
    Open Hours
    7:30~14:00, 17:00~20:00 on Monday to Friday
    9:00~14:00 on Saturdays
    Day Off
    Sundays and Holidays
    Contact
    070-6983-7602
    070-6983-7602
    WEB SITE
    https://www.shichiroca.net
  • Kayabaya-Kayabacho
  • Kayabaya-Kayabacho

    Kayabaya-Kayabacho

    Kayabaya-Kayabacho

  • Kayabaya-Kayabacho
  • Omusubi made of rice mixed with green soybeans and salted kelp
    200yen each (including tax)
  • This shop, which opened in December 2018, specializes in omusubi made using sprouted brown rice and sandwiches. We regularly offer 7 – 8 types of omusubi, such as sesame salt omusubi and Hakata mentaiko (spicy pollack roe) omusubi. In addition, we have 8 – 10 types of omusubi that are changed on a weekly basis. Our "Omusubi with rice mixed with green soybeans and salted kelp" is particularly popular among our frequent customers. Stop by to enjoy the texture of plenty of green soybeans and the taste of salt seasoned kelp.
  • Address
    1-4-4, Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A short walk from Kayabacho Station Exit 7 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line or Tozai Line
    Open Hours
    7:00~21:00 (L.O.20:30) on Monday to Friday,
    10:00~15:00 on Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays
    Day Off
    Year-end and new-year holidays and golden Week
    Contact
    03-6810-8558
    03-6810-8558
  • Omusubi Stand ANDON
  • Omusubi Stand ANDON

    Omusubi Stand ANDON

    Omusubi Stand ANDON

  • Omusubi Stand ANDON
  • Iburigakko (Smoked pickles) and cream cheese 250yen each (including tax)
  • This is an omusubi stand in which omusubi is prepared in front of customers right after they place their order. The shop owner purchases quality rice directly from farmers in Akita, and a hanegama rice cooker is used to make sure that the rice is delicious and fluffy. The "Iburigakko and cream cheese" omusubi is stuffed with iburigakko, smoked pickles, and thick cream cheese, and is so delicious that you will be hooked on the taste of this perfect combination.
  • Address
    3-11-10, Nihonbashi Honcho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Direction
    A four-minute walk from Kodenmacho Station Exit 3 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
    Open Hours
    11:30~14:00, 17:00~23:00 (L.O.22:00)
    Day Off
    Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays
    Contact
    03-3252-2498
    03-3252-2498
    WEB SITE
    https://andon.shop

Introduction of local specialty shops in Chuo City—you can experience foods and items collected from around Japan.

Introduction of local specialty shops in Chuo City—you can experience foods and items collected from around Japan.