We looked forward to this meal so much that we actually booked it for three hours after we landed at Narita. We had the special menu with special tempura - I guess it’s called the number 3. Best tempura u will ever have - the blowfish and the uni (yes uni tempura) were amazing. Wonderful to watch the precision and craft applied to tempura from clearly masters of their game. Terrific service and welcoming to Americans. Note: bring cash as they don’t credit cards which is interesting when your tab gets pretty large.
Best Tempura of my life.Choosing on 4 types of menu, I recommended the second one (the third one depends to the specialty of the day).Great experience indeed, great people and chefs.
Impeccable service and such attention to detail when it comes to the food. Highly reccomend!
We went during lunch and they offer two options, cost and amount of food is the difference. Like all things in Japan, they have this insatiable need for perfection. Watching the chefs work on tempura, was like watching art. When you live in the states, you really have no idea what sushi, tempura and other foods are really like until you go to the hometown where it originated. Tempura, so light and not oily and beyond delicious. They take simple ingredients and coat it in love, and the next thing you know you are in heaven. The best was the last dish they served, eel on rice with sauce which everyone in my party agreed was the homerun of the meal. I’ll be coming back to fukamachi on my next trip to Japan.
One of the best tempura places I've visited. The batter was crispy and thin; eating it was thoroughly enjoyable and we didn't have to worry about the oiliness. Would've been even more awesome if uni tempura was included in the lunch set - I saw some locals ordered it a la carte and by then we were already too full.