Chazuke (茶漬け) is a simple Japanese dish made by pouring green tea or broth over rice and savory toppings. It’s been nursing hangovers, both at night and in the morning, for decades. And if there’s anyone that knows a thing or two about chazuke it’s Kabiya in Shinbashi, who has been serving up late-night cures for hunger for 56 years. Dishes typically are priced under 1000 yen. The 82-year old chef Yoshida-san’s emphasis on fresh, organic ingredients is sure to satisfy any night crawler.