Chanko Tomoegata ちゃんこ巴潟
Tomoegata is probably the best-known chanko nabe restaurant in the area. They are open for lunch and dinner with the menu changing daily and can cater to up to 300 people! Just a 3 minute walk from Ryogoku station on the JR Sobu Line. There's plenty on the menu to match anyone's tastes.
Check out the marbling in the beef!
Pork balls and chinese cabbage go down a treat with the light savoury soup.
You can even order a chanko nabe set with a few accompanying side dishes. Definitely a popular item at lunch!
Saganobori prides itself on using fresh vegetables, meat and fish in their meals. Also, due to the close proximity of Tsukiji Fish Market, they also serve up some of the best sashimi in town. Located a 1 minute walk from Tsukiji Ichiba station on the Oedo line.
Their nabe is massive! How much do you think you could eat?
The interior is really cool here too, using place mats with the traditional design of sumo rankings!
You probably won't find pork much thinner than what you get here!
Dosukoi Sakaba Tamakairiki
Dosukoi Sakaba Tamakairiki offers several kinds of tasty nabe. Located right outside Hiroo station it's hard to pass this place and not give it a try. For first timers order the shio chanko (basic savoury flavour), or for the more adventurous you could order the spicy seafood nabe!
It comes with all the trimmings!
Spicy pork and seafood nabe! You can even ask for it to be extra spicy if you dare!
One the most popular chanko nabe dishes, topped with bean sprouts and roughly-ground roasted sesame seeds.
Want to meet a real Sumo wrestler?
Chances are you'll bump into a real sumo when if you head to one of these places as the regularly visit the restaurants for dinner!