‘Yakatabune’ where Samurai was also riding.
The beginning of a houseboat in Tokyo dates back to the Edo period. At that time, Yanagibashi was a restaurant street, with restaurants lined along the river. It seems that the customer and the geisha were carried as “Boat play” by placing the ship on the pier extending from each restaurant.
It has been popular as a game for samurais, high-end merchants and daimyos who have a standing position. They threw a net and scooped the fish that they had on the spot and served it with tempura. Because of its relics, even now, tempura has become a staple in Yakatabune (houseboat) cuisine.
It was resumed in 1975 from the present age.
Traditional Yakatabune Lunch / Dinner Cruise on Tokyo Bay [DeluxeⅡ] ( Roast beaf, Unaju,etc. )