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Gonpachi Roppongi (Nishiazabu)

gonpachi roppongi

Let me talk about a Japanese restaurant/izakaya Gonpach in Nish-Azabu, Roppongi.

Well, I guess many of you may already have heard about this place as it has been quite famous already. The former Prime Minister, Mr. Koizumi took President Bush here, and it was used as a movie-set, which Uma Thurman played the action scenes of “Kill Bill”.
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I’ve just been there for the first time and was surprised to see there were more foreigners than local customers. Some of their staff can speak English and the price is reasonable, it would be good place for a traveler. It seems that many business men transferred from overseas frequent here.

gonpachi roppongi

You can enjoy a good dinner of a la carte including yakitori, sashimi or donburi together with some sake, and it would only cost about 5,000 yen (about $50 US. ) per person.

gonpachi roppongi

To me as a Japanese person, the caricatured Japanese-style interior was very interesting!

It is about 10 min. walk from Roppongi subway station, located at the Nish-Azabu intersection.


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posted by mamma , 3月 31, 2008 1:28:24 (Tokyo) :

I didn’t know that they were filming in a real restaurant. I’ll be going there for sure!


posted by loretta , 5月 18, 2008 14:13:39 (Tokyo) :

May i know have the exact address for this restaurant?I often go Japan and always want to try new restaurant.Thankyou


posted by admin , 5月 21, 2008 11:41:51 (Tokyo) :

Can you check this url for information of Gonpachi : Nishi-Azabu .
Gonpachi : Nishi-Azabu


posted by kumara , 10月 8, 2011 1:42:08 (Tokyo) :

i was working since 2001-2006 in your resturent {bar} ippei san was the thencho. he was a great man. very good resturent . keep it up.
wathashi yoku gambarimashitha.
Sri lanka

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