Tokyo’s oldest onigiri restaurant


Onigiri Asakusa Yadoroku has been serving onigiri since 1954 when white rice was a luxury item. Our longtime patrons include grandparents who visit with their children and grandchildren. We hope you too will visit Yadoroku and enjoy our special onigiri made from carefully selected ingredients. We are located behind Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa.


About onigiri ?

Onigiri is a traditional Japanese rice ball. It is made from white rice formed into triangular or oval shapes and often wrapped in nori (seaweed). Onigiri is a heal thy fast-food people of all ages can enjoy.



Choice Ingredients
We select rice from across Japan best suited for each season. We use only local Edo-mae seaweed, famous for its rich flavor, to wrap our onigiri. Fillings are carefully chosen from all over the country. We also feature seasonal fillings.

Lunch Time Menu

Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Saturday
You can order from our selection of onigiri or from our following set lunch menus:

Onigiri Set A: 748 yen-*
2 onigiri of your choice
Tofu miso soup
Japanese radish pickles (takuan)

Onigiri Set B: 1012 yen-*
3 onigiri of your choice
Tofu miso soup
Japanese radish pickles (takuan)

Add difference in price for onigiri costing more than 312 yen
Add 110 yen for miso soup toppings: Shijimi clam, Wakame seaweed or Nameko mushroom


Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - , Monday to Saturday, closed on Sunday
Dinner: 5 p.m. , Monday to Sunday, closed on Tuesday and Wednesday and Sunday
We close sooner if we run out of rice.

Phone 03-3874-1615

Address 3-9-10 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Seats 16 (8 counter seats, 8 table seats)

Cash only



By train/metro: Asakusa Station (Ginza Line, Tobu Skytree Line, Toei Asakusa Line, Tsukuba Express)

By bus: Get off at Oku-Asakusa bus stop (Routes To-08, Ue-26, and Ue-46)

The restaurant is located on Kototoi Street, between Senzoku Street and Kaminari 5656 Building.