Andy and his place - can't be missed!
Shin Hinomoto is business as usual! Open 6 days a week. Closed Sundays and some Japanese holidays.
Hibiya station – Hibiya, Chiyoda lines - Exit 2, if you like to burn off some calories before dinner, Exit 6 via The Peninsula Hotel elevator. (from the elevator at street level, turn left and walk towards the train station (through 2 crosswalks) If you chose Exit 2, you are at a pedestrian crossing – facing the JR line.
Cross the street – turn left and walk along the old restaurants (under the JR tracks). Shin Hi No Moto (or Andy’s) is on the right with the Guinness sign and Andy’s lantarn!
If you’re coming via JR, get off at Yurakacho, take the BIC Camera exit, Hibiya. Turn left, and follow the JR tracks across from the Yurakacho Denki Building (or the Rose and Crown pub). Again – keep an eye out for the Guinness sign and Andy’s lantarn
Totally lost? Ring: 03 3214 8021
Christmas/New Years Opening Days
Last meal of 2013 is December 30, 2013 (a Monday)
The first meal of 2014 will be served on the 6th of January
Normal Opening Hours Monday to Saturday
5 pm to midnight
TELEPHONE RESERVATIONS ONLY
03-3214-8021 after 4 pm
Shin Hinomoto – that izakaya with the great John Dory, yummy eryngii (King Trumpet mushrooms)
and the huge asparagus
Andy-san – that foreigner that shops at Tsukiji every day that has that izakaya under the tracks in Yurakucho …
Shin Hinomoto, a family business for over 60 years
Andy, the Brit, has been providing us with quality food, drink and service for 25 years since he came to Japan.
In 2010, he became the owner of Shin Hinomoto and we can now ALMOST find the ‘place under the tracks’ due to the Andy’s sign outside.
03-3214-8021 for a reservation
Every night except Sunday
(and a few Japanese holidays)