|Entrance of Kofuku|
|Second floor of Kofuku|
|Carps swimming in the table center aquarium|
|Eel bowl with soup and pickles|
It takes time (around 30-40 minutes) to cook eels. And eel bowl finally coming was tasty. Eel was very soft. The quality of eel is high. The way of grilling seemed sophisticated though I prefer more a bit more burnt eel. Its sauce was not so strong but very adequate (I don't personally like strong eel's sauce that harms the fresh taste of eel).
Soup and pickles are also delicious. Moreover, I liked the service. Same as a manner of good Japanese restaurant, they served different Japanese teas at prior, during and after eating, for matching each occasion. The eel bowl set we ate at lunch costs JPY3,780. Not cheap for lunch, but considering the quality of eel, we need to pay more than JPY3,000 in Tokyo in general. My rating is 3.6 out of 5. Gochiso-samadeshita!