GYUNABE WITH A PROVEN HISTORY
In Yokohama in 1868, Otokichi Takahashi came up with the idea of gyunabe, the original, Yokohama-style beef hot pot using a cast-iron pan, and opened a gyunabe restaurant.
Gyunabe, a Japanese-Western fusion cuisine influenced by the meat eating culture of foreign residents in Yokohama, soon gained much popularity at the beginning of the Meiji era.
For 150 years since then, Ohta-nawanoren has been dedicated to serving the best gyunabe.
In a room with a view of our quaint courtyard that depicts a sense of the season, enjoy our finest gyunabe that has been served for generations.
We look forward to welcoming you with our hospitality.
We have shared tables for 2 people, a dining hall that accommodates up to 40 people, a variety of private rooms and other rooms/tables to meet your dining needs.
Please enjoy the view of our courtyard that evokes a sense of the season and the traditional food culture of Yokohama.
(available for parties of 4 or more)
· 3 authentic Japanese tatami rooms
· 1 room with a Western-style table and chairs
· 5 Japanese-style rooms with a table and chairs
· 3 rooms with a horigotatsu (sunken-floor with a low table)
1-15 Sueyoshi-cho, Naka-ku Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0055