Akimitsu is a Japanese restaurant that specializes in tendon and tempura dishes. Founded by Chef Tanihara Akimitsu, who is the 5th generation successor of Dote No Iseya, a historical tendon and tempura restaurant established in the year 1889 in Asakusa, Tokyo. The restaurant uses a recipe that dates back to the Samurai Period, ensuring that each dish is made with the utmost care and attention to detail. Akimitsu has become one of the most popular tendon and tempura restaurants in Japan and across the region, thanks to its delicious and authentic dishes.
Akimitsu has won multiple awards over the years, including the Japan Donburi Award Gold Medal for five years in a row. The restaurant's success is a testament to its commitment to providing high-quality food and excellent service to its customers. The menu at Akimitsu includes a wide range of dishes, including tendon, tempura, and other traditional Japanese fare. Each dish is made using only the freshest ingredients and prepared by skilled chefs who have mastered the art of Japanese cuisine. Akimitsu is not just a restaurant but a symbol of Japanese culinary excellence, providing visitors with an unforgettable dining experience that celebrates the rich history and culture of Japan.