Shigezo’s popular Chan Chan Salmon is a local dish, noted for its homemade miso sauce, from Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido. It's no exaggeration to say that whenever the sound of the Chan Chan on the teppanyaki grill fills the room, cheers erupt. The Tokyo Ramen, meanwhile, has a light flavor, accompanied by the aroma of yuzu (an Asian citrus fruit). Depending on the specific dish, the homemade noodles in the ramen differ in thickness. For lunch, one popular choice is a combo featuring a small noodle dish, a curry, and a donburi rice bowl such as the Chirashi, which combines finely chopped seafood with eggs, nori, and more, in a bowl of sushi rice. The Today’s Fish Plate, a special centering on seasonal fish such as Japanese mackerel, also comes highly recommended. As for drinks, guests here can enjoy Japanese brands of sake, shochu (a Japanese spirit), whiskey, beer and more.