Toyosu Market! A look at the overwhelming appeal of the seafood buffet “Iroha”!

all you can eat

Hello, everyone! Today, I would like to share with you my visit to the seafood buffet “Iroha” in Toyosu.
This buffet restaurant is well known for its fresh seafood directly shipped from the Toyosu Market.
Connected to the Toyosu Market by a deck, the restaurant is built in a recreation of an old Edo (Tokyo) townscape, lined with restaurants, and has a unique atmosphere.

Now, as you first enter the restaurant, a powerful tuna dismantling show begins.
The performance by the tuna dismantler is superb, and you will learn more about tuna.
A 65-kilogram Ehime tuna is dismantled in front of your eyes, and a wide range of parts are explained, from the tail to the head meat, cheeks, nakaochi, kama, medium fatty tuna, and large fatty tuna, as well as rare parts.
This show was truly breathtaking!

After enjoying the demolition show, we went to the buffet table where there were more than 50 different kinds of dishes.
We started with the sashimi corner. The freshness of the seafood is on display, including chutoro (medium fatty tuna), akami (red tuna), negitoro ( tuna with green onion), sea bream, salmon, and more.
The chutoro (medium fatty tuna) was especially delicious with its rich fatty flavor.
At the snow crab section, gloves and scissors were provided, as well as crab vinegar.
I was impressed by the tenderness and elegant sweetness of the meat.

At the seafood grill corner, large shrimp, freshly grilled scallops, and plump grilled mackerel were prepared, and the aroma of the seafood invited me to take a bite, which filled my mouth with flavor.
In addition, there are also grilled vegetables such as fried chicken and French fries, which go perfectly with the sauces.

In addition, the seafood ramen corner offers an exquisite combination of thick noodles and soup with shinjyo (fish paste),
It was so good that I wanted to have another bowl.
The menu also includes a wide variety of other dishes such as special chawanmushi, thickly baked omelet, seafood pizza, crab cream croquettes, and more.

And in the dessert corner, there is a lineup that will satisfy any sweet tooth, including opera, cheesecake, fresh green tea dorayaki, and homemade pudding.
The homemade caramel pudding, in particular, was superb, with a smooth texture and just the right amount of sweetness.

The buffet offers various plans depending on the price, such as drink bar only or all-you-can-drink alcohol plan.
We chose the “Utage” plan and enjoyed 100 minutes of seafood while enjoying all-you-can-drink alcohol.

Furthermore, this seafood buffet has a QR code system for ordering rare parts of tuna, ensuring smooth ordering and service.

Finally, the fresh seafood directly from Toyosu Market, the powerful tuna dismantling show, and the variety of menu items at Iroha were truly worthwhile experiences.
We encourage everyone to visit!