After thirty years Mitsuta has (sadly) become second-rate. The owners are very charming but these days serving so many gaijin has made it impossible to maintain the traditional standards. The paradigm shift, a reality in the word we live, restauranteurs have little choice but to follow the tide of changes, or close shop. Many close and move on with retirement and others try to sustain a business and accommodate the new world customers.
Comments:The atmosphere is always charing and old-fashioned, what we like but our chef was noisy, he slightly burned some of our foods, and overall I thought he was clumsy and the foods too oily.
1-12-15 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo