Kemuri is a place for casual nibbling, eating and whiling away the evening, rather than for formal, full-scale dining. As the name indicates -- kemuri is Japanese for smoke -- the menu revolves around an extensive selection of smoked delicacies, all of them prepared in-house.
Kemuri: Smoking up in Kanda-Sudacho
Name (J) けむり 神田須田町店
Dinner price range
¥3,000 - ¥5,000
Atmospheric setting, good food and easy-going ambience — a great mix
The 1980s Top-40 soundtrack is too incongruous.
Drinks Beer from ¥680; cocktails from ¥580; shochu from ¥580; wine ¥500/glass, ¥2,300/bottle; whiskey from ¥700
Number of seats 45
BGM 1980s U.S. pop
Smoking No smoking
1-11-5 Kanda-Sudacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Lunch 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.); dinner 5-11:30 p.m. (Sat. till 10 p.m.; closed Sun. and holidays)
Cash, Credit Card
Transport From Awajicho Station's Exit A3, walk from the Sudacho crossing past the Asahi Bank and the Matsuya soba restaurant. Take the first side street to the left (by an Indian restaurant) and Kemuri is on the right at the next corner.