Komaki Syokudo - Kamakura Fushikian

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8-2 Kanda Neribeicho Chiyoda-ku (at Chabara Complex), Tokyo, Japan, 101-0022

Vegan restaurant in shopping mall 2k540 Aki-Oka Artisan/Chabara Complex, underneath the train tracks, next to the UDX building. Offers shojin ryori (temple cuisine). Rice and miso soup re-fills with purchase of meal. Since 2013. Note: kitchen may stop serving 30-60 minutes prior to closing, check ahead. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Japanese, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Asian

66 Reviews

First Review by syrupofipecac

Not fair - Edit

The food is not bad, but not really good also. Expensive considering the quality, portion size, interior and place. The master said customers need to order a drink/dessert in weekend, that is ok but i was surprised to find the drink menu says "hot water: 400yen". I have never seen this before. 🤣

Pros: Rare vegan place in Akihabara

Cons: Overpriced. Low level food quality & service.

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traditional japanese - Edit

Reading the introduction online we expected simple temple food (literally rice and soup) but this was so much more. We had the daily special which includes wild rice, miso soup and 8 small tasting dishes AND chocolate icecream all 100% VEGAN BABY

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Correcto - Edit

El personal no es el más agradable de todo Tokyo. Había sirviendo mesas una niña (ella sí era agradable). Hablan inglés correcto.

La comida está buena, aunque mezclan platos frios y calientes. Muy bien situado, aunque encontrarlo es difícil al estar dentro de una tienda.

Vegano 100%

Pros: La mejor opción de la zona

Cons: No es económico ni demasiado abundante

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Traditional but too expensive - Edit

Food was lovely and leant towards traditional Japanese food. Was a nice cozy joint too. Only down side was that the price was quite expensive for the size of the meal. Also the lady running the counter was snappy and impatient.

Pros: Traditional Japanese food, Cozy joint/atmosphere

Cons: Expensive, Impatient counter service

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Healthy vegan Japanese food - Edit

Very much a no-frills place. The choice of dishes is not very large, but what is being served is very tasty and healthy. Reasonable prices. Excellent teas and good craft beers. You must order a drink with the food (tea is enough). Staff speaks some English.

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Disappointing - Edit

It wasn’t the worst food but not special and not worth the money. Should have stayed at the 7/11 over the road and got sushi.

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Hearty Vegan Food - Edit

While a little expensive, the food was very healthy and filling. I particularly enjoyed the flavor of the miso soup. To find the place, go one block past the AKB & Gundam stores and enter the first door of “Chabara” on your right. Go to the back right corner. It’s an alcove of a larger food shopping area.

Pros: close to station , filling

Cons: limited menu

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Good - Edit

Nice and delicious

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Limited options but tasty - Edit

Great place especially because there are few options in Akihabara (2017) but limited choices in terms of dishes.

Pros: Food is nice

Cons: Pricy, Forced to chose desserts with certain dishes which

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perfect - Edit

Delicious, and cheap ! 1530 ¥ for the full sets of dishes, amazing !

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Good option in Akihabara - Edit

If you're going to Akihabara, it's a convenient option.

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not terrible but wont go again - Edit

there are veey limited options to choose from although they do have three flavours of icecream.

the atmosphere isnt that nice, just some tables in the back of the market.

its 1280yen for a dinner set, you get miso soup and rice (but have to pay 200yen extra for brown rice!) and then choose 4 sides~ pumpkin, fried gluten, cucumber, curry, green beans.

you dont get much food and it tastes ok, but not great.

you also are forced to buy a drink which will add about 400yen to your bill!

overall for a dinner set and drink (no dessert) we paid 1940yen each~ not great value for mediocre food.

Pros: near subway

Cons: not good value, ok amount of food but not that much, not nice atmosphere

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Trust Google Maps - Edit

Don't get confused by the description, going to 2k540 Aki-Oka Artisan is useless. The place is situated in Chabara, i.e. much closer to Akihabara Station than 2k540.
Trekking to the latter meant that we were too late for eat-in service but luckily they do take-out, and "Fried Gluten" was just something we couldn't pass up.
All in all, we found the meals a bit bland, but the ice cream (chocolate, green tea, white sesame at the time of visit) made up for that.

Pros: Quick, Do take-out, Nice ice cream

Cons: A bit bland

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Tasty but feels more like the fast food version of shojin ryori (Buddhist temple cuisine) - Edit

Amidst the madness that is Akihabara, this is a cozy little spot where you can enjoy simple and healthy meals that are being touted as shojin ryori (Buddhist temple cuisine). We opted for the cheapest set which was 980 yen for one main dish, two side dishes, miso soup and fermented brown rice. Even so it was still considered pricey for the amount of food we got. I guess it can't be helped since this is located in a touristy area. The food was tasty but nothing like the shojin ryori you can get in Kyoto. The food was lacking in presentation, color, and the subtle balance in textures and flavors associated with shojin ryori. This is more like macrobiotic lunch plates typically found in Japanese cafes. Overall the meal was satisfying but a little uninspiring for shojin ryori. I would only recommend this place if you are in the area.

Pros: Simple and generally tasty food, Central location

Cons: A little pricey for amount and quality of food, Not really reminiscent of real shojin ryori

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traditional japan cuisine - Edit

the best spot for vegetarian visit akihabara. the food is very tatsy. it is the only vegetarian japan cuisine i found in tokyo. when you are viditing during winter, the amasake the best drink for you in the shop.

Pros: the variety changes everyday , best location for tourist

Cons: open late

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Filling meal - Edit

Took a few second glances to find this restaurant inside the complex, but once found it was a cute quiet place tucked away from the outside craziness. Food was not as abundant as I imagined, but very tasty and surprisingly filling!

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good lunch! - Edit

Very nice veg curry, rice & miso plus a couple of salad/sides. Place took a little while to locate as its in a sort of indoor market/shop with lots of other stuff - just head to the back right corner. Vegan chocolate ice cream was super good 😋

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Solid offering, a tad pricey though - Edit

Getting to the right place was not trivial. Chabara is easy to find, but there are many food stalls inside and none of them is labeled as "Komaki Syokudo." Look for the second name, "Kamakura Fushikian," instead.

The menu is pretty short - you pick from a list of small dishes, or just go with the recommended set. I did the latter. I read here that ordering a drink is mandatory, I was thirsty anyway, so I got a roibos tea.

The food arrived pretty quickly. I liked all I got: Miso soup, rice (I paid 200 yen extra for brown rice) and a number of small vegetable dishes. The portions were not huge but I felt quite satisfied after eating it all.

The food was somewhat pricey (2332 yen for the lot), the portions not very large, but it was solid fare and I did not feel hungry afterward.

Pros: Tasty

Cons: Hard to findy, Limited menu, Pricey

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Temple cuisine - Edit

The food here was tasty but for me wasn't that special. Maybe I was expecting something different.
You have to purchase a drink with your meal, which is not right, in my opinion.
The portions seems small but they were enough for dinner (the large plate) and miso and rice are free to refill.
Not cheep, so I don't think will be back.

Pros: Good food, Very particular

Cons: Nothing special, You have to order a drink, Not cheep

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Very good food - Edit

The food was very good. The only negatives where the fact that I was forced to buy a drink and also it was hard to find the place. But overall it was really tasty and very Japanese !!! I recommend this.

Pros: Food, Presentation, Price of food

Cons: Forced to buy drink, Location (hard to find)

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Not worth the money - Edit

We paid 3000 yen for the small evening set for 2 with two drinks. The owner says you're obliged to buy one drink even though this is not written on the menu nor a common practice in Japan. The food didn't look fresh and tasted bland. I liked the miso soup which hardly ever happens and I liked the multi-grain coffee latte but the food wasn't that good and I didn't like all the hidden costs (drinks + extra for other kind of rice) so I won't be going back unless I'm desperate for food and everything else is closed.

Updated from previous review on 2017-01-09

Pros: all vegan

Cons: too expensive for what you get, bland taste, hidden costs

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Good food but limited choices - Edit

The food is generally good but the choices are limited. We were there for dinner and were told that it was compulsory for each of us to order a drink with extra charge (at least 480 Yen each) on top of our meal order. I dont quite like this as our meal already included Miso soup and we really didn't want the extra drink but we're forced to pay for it.

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Amazing!! - Edit

I came here because I was interested in trying shojin ryori and because I was in the area anyway and I was blown away by how delicious it was! I tried a bit of everything which at 1500 yen was really good value. I would definitely recommend this place to everyone who comes to Tokyo! It is not something you could find anywhere else I think, unlike sushi, and it's really nice to be able to try some traditional food and not have to be scared it's going to have any animal products in it. Do yourself a favour and do not miss this place!

Pros: amazing food, great experience

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very good - Edit

Buono e sano. Il miso che hanno utilizzato è buonissimo!

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Convenient vegetarian restaurant in Akihabara - Edit

On my frequent trips to Akihabara, this is my vegetarian restaurant of choice to go to. Having said that, I wish there were better options, because I find the menu to be somewhat lackluster for my tastes. You usually have the choice between several cold menu items, and you get some hot vegetarian miso soup with it. It's okay, but I would definitely like it if they had some more hot items on the menu, but that may not be the style they are going for.

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Bland, and way to little food - Edit

Honestly don't understand how this place could get so good reviews. Our small portions were about half the size of that in the pictures. Not even enough food to serve a 5-year old. Also, did not taste very much at all. Would not come here again.

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scareglow 21 Aug 2016 - question: do you know Japanese temple cuisine?  


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llindr 21 Aug 2016 - scareglow: yes, I've had better in the past, but that does not change the fact that the portions received were far less than pictured.  


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Been twice and excellent both times :) - Edit

This is real shojin ryori... its traditional japanese style plates with small portions, but quite a lot of different foods that you've probably never tried before, and also they have many untried drinks as well, try the amazake!!

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