Try ochazuke with lots of seasonal tsukemono
Jyunidanya was founded in the early Taisho period, in 1912, but at first, this restaurant, which now specializes in ochazuke, a type of Japanese rice dish enjoyed with tea and dashi broth, was a shop selling traditional Japanese sweets.
Now the restaurant is not only known for its great ochazuke, but also for its tsukemono-pickles. You can choose from three different options here: the basic Suzushiro, which comes with miso soup, seasonal tsukemono, and Japanese omelet; Mizuna, which comes with an extra seasonal dish; or Nanohana, which comes with the seasonal dish and sashimi too.
You need to take your shoes off when you enter the restaurant. This is done so that you can relax more easily.