Gonpachi Nishi-Azabu : A restaurant in Tokyo that served as a model for the setting of the movie Kill Bill

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Known for being the location of former-US President Bush and former-Prime Minister Koizumi’s Izakaya Summit, and even more famously known for its scene in Quentin Tarantino’s 2004 film Kill Bill, Gonpachi Nishi-Azabu’s nostalgic atmosphere brings you back to a Japan of a bygone era.

Gonpachi’s fresh soba noodles, grilled skewers, tempura, and more are popular amongst both Japanese and foreign customers alike.

We use carefully selected, regionally-sourced ingredients in everything from the fresh buckwheat that our chefs grind into a flour and use to make our famous homemade soba noodles to our tempura fried to crispy perfection.

Whether for lunch or dinner, a date or any special occasion, if you live in Tokyo or are just passing through, at Gonpachi Nishi-Azabu we offer an unparalleled Japanese dining experience.

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Basic Food of Gonpachi Nishi Azabu

Gonpachi is a Japanese restaurant.

Gonpachi offers carefully selected dishes such as buckwheat flour that is carefully ground in a stone mill every morning and handmade by craftsmen, grilled skewers that are carefully grilled over Bincho charcoal, and freshly fried tempura.

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