The scent of “kabayaki”,
broiled eel in soy-based sauce, wafts down the street.
The broiled eel over rice made by Hayashiya
is served in the establishment’s special sauce,
and is carefully broiled over a charcoal fire
to make the eel’s insides tender and fully, and its skin nice and crisp.
The building, constructed over 130 years ago, was once home to a rice wholesaler. At that time,
trolleys were used to haul rice in and out of the warehouse.
These trolleys still remain in the establishment today, giving it a certain unique appearance.
We hope that you will take the time to enjoy Hayashiya’s eels while basking in the stylish atmosphere of this building,
in which you can feel the presence of history.