We were in the neighbourhood of Tokyobashi around dinner time and saw that this place was walking distance. It's in the corner of a Japanese food store and is a decent-sized space with simple wooden furniture. There were set menu options available and with a little help from my companion, whose Japanese is a lot better than mine, I chose the larger Kohuku plate, which includes a little bit of everything: rice, dhal, spiced potatoes, red beans, some sort of soy fillet with sauce, a variety of other vegetables, miso soup and an absolutely outstanding tofu dish. Water and brown tea are available free in jugs. Afterwards we ordered ice cream for dessert and it was some of the best I've tasted: One scoop of green tea flavour and one of white sesame for me; and a scoop of black sesame for my companion, which I sampled. I'd come back just for the ice cream.