Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Zauo Fishing Restaurant




June 18, 2018

Visit Tokyo: Zauo Fishing Restaurant

While I waited for my friends to shop in Shinjuku (I'm an eater, not a shopper), I searched for nearby family-friendly restaurants.  I found that Zauo, the popular fishing restaurant, was a short walk away, so on a whim, we decided to go.

Upon arrival, shortly after they opened, we were told that they couldn't accommodate our party of 9, but the host made arrangements for us to dine in the tatami room, as long as we were out of there by a certain time.

Of course, the big draw at Zauo is that you can fish for your own dinner.  It's actually cheaper if you catch the fish yourself.

It costs 100 yen to use a fishing rod, and bait is free.

Once you catch your fish, you give it to a server, and depending on what type of fish you catch, you can ask for different preparations (up to two methods per fish). 

Our party caught 2 sea breams. 
Sea Bream Sashimi

Deep Fried Sea Bream

Grilled Sea Bream
If you don't feel like catching fish, there is still plenty to order off the menu!

Fried Chicken
French Fries
Deep Fried Cheese
Agedashi Tofu

Assorted Tempura
Shrimp Tempura
Zauo also offers a great kids menu, where they can get a choice of entrees, such as hamburger, sushi, or chicken karaage.

Chocolate Ice Cream

Honey Yogurt Parfait
It was a fun dining experience!

3 Chome-2-9 Nishishinjuku
Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0023, Japan
+81 3-3343-6622

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