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Dinner: ¥8,000 - ¥9,999
A little bit of spiciness goes a long way, especially at this underrated traditional Chinese restaurant.

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A Chinese restaurant that serves authentic, spicy cuisine is a rare sight in Japan. Ren Shan’s presence is a glimmer of hope for those of us who crave the genuine spiciness of Chinese cookery. Even though it’s a bit of a distance away from Shirokane Takanawa Station, people don’t even mind the walk, as it’s definitely worth it. Ren Shan is owned by a husband and wife team whose hospitality adds on to the whole dining experience. They are dedicated to using ingredients directly from China, often traveling there in search of new and authentic ingredients for the restaurant. On top of authentic seasoning and proper Chinese culinary techniques, Ren Shan also has the freshest of catches for their dishes. The course menu might change from time to time, but you may be able to look forward to appetizers like skipjack and smoked mackerel, which prepare for the main events, such as roast Peking duck and delicious fried noodles.
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Ren Shan Phone Number

03-5422-7373

Ren Shan Business Days

Sunday
05:30 PM
09:30 PM
Monday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Tuesday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Wednesday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Thursday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Friday
06:00 PM
10:00 PM
Saturday
05:30 PM
09:30 PM

Ren Shan Address

4-1-7 Shirokane, Minato City, Tokyo, 108-0072, Japan

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