Ambiance, food, value for money: These are universal factors when deciding where to eat. But when it comes to Japanese cuisine here in Japan, there’s another criterion: Accessibility. How well do you fare if you don’t speak or read Japanese?
Shokkan ticks the boxes on just about all counts. It’s got the look; the food is put together well; and there’s no sudden shock at the end your meal. Best of all, it’s a place you can take out-of-town guests — or even send them on their own — in full confidence they will feel they’ve discovered somewhere rather special.