Choice Restaurants in Tokyo
Yakitori Akira Nakameguro Restaurant
Enjoy our style of yakitori in an interior reminiscent of the Riverside Summer Terrace of Kyoto. One feature of our style is to let you choose the degree of grilling. We’re extra particular about the quality of our ingredients and our cooking methods, so that you can enjoy many different dishes.
- Area Nakameguro Sta
- Category Karaage Local cuisine Nabe Omelette Shabu shabu Sukiyaki Yakitori
Japanese Cuisine Kyobashi Basara
This Japanese restaurant was proposed by Hirohisa Koyama, the owner of the Japanese restaurant “Aoyagi,” established in the Meiji era. Here, the essence of Japanese cuisine, which is not confined to sushi and tempura, can be enjoyed casually and relaxedly because of our scrupulous omotenashi (hos...
- Area Ginza Sta Tokyo Sta Nihonbashi Sta
- Category Domburi Kaiseki cuisine Local cuisine Sake Sashimi Sukiyaki Tempura Udon
We use plenty of seasonal ingredients and turn them into a number of innovative dishes. Experience each season with just-picked fresh vegetables, just-caught harvests from the sea, fine Kobe beef and carefully selected, Japanese Black Wagyu beef.
Please enjoy listening to, seeing and eatin...
- Area Shibuya Sta
- Category Okonomiyaki Sake Shochu Teppanyaki
Okonomiyaki Gyunta KITTE Marunouchi
Superb access! Directly connected to Tokyo Station. At dinner time, especially, Tokyo Station is illuminated and you can fully enjoy the very beautiful night view.
Teppanyaki (food grilled on an iron plate), with full-flavored ingredients, is also popular in Amagasaki, Kobe, where teppanya...
- Area Marunouchi
- Category Monjayaki Sake Shochu
Shabushabu sashimi Cuisine “Neboke” Ginza Restaurant
Kochi Prefecture was called “Tosa” long ago before the Edo era.
“Neboke,” a Tosa Cuisine restaurant in Marunouchi, uses foodstuffs from the region and serves Japanese dishes cooked and flavored in its original way, which we’re sure you will enjoy.
The interior has the atmosphere of ...
- Area Ginza Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Kaiseki cuisine Sake Sashimi Shabu shabu Shochu Udon
Da-cha (Sado’s Sake and Tidbits)
Sado Island, the only place left in Japan inhabited by Japan’s natural treasure: “toki” (the crested ibis), is also known for its abundant marine products, as well as, its high-quality rice and Japanese sake cultivated and distilled with pristine water. The master chef of Da-cha is a native of Sa...
- Area Asakusa Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods
"Toridashi" is made from chicken bones and various vegetables, which are cooked for a long time to create a full and rich soup with lots of collagen. Oden has been a popular Japanese dish since the Edo period and has many regional variations all over Japan.
Here you can enjoy the...
- Area Marunouchi
- Category Oden Sake
Sushi Imayoshi Otemachi
“Imayoshi” was the first sushi restaurant to open in Otemachi in 1957, over 50 years ago. We attach great importance to a homey atmosphere and serve authentic, Edo-style sushi. The restaurant is directly connected to Tokyo Metro’s Otemachi Station, so customers can arrive without getting wet, eve...
- Area Tokyo Sta Marunouchi
- Category Fresh seafoods Sake Sashimi Shochu Sushi Tempura
Tukiji Honjin Asakusa
Honjin is located in the sightseeing spot, “Asakusa,” right in front of the station.
Please enjoy a variety of dishes, excellent both in flavor and in appearance, in our reposeful underground restaurant.
- Area Asakusa Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Sake Sashimi Tempura
Shabu Shabu and Boiled Gyoza Dumplings Hanako Shinjuku
Izakaya Hanako, a Japanese style pub, is back open as a shabu shabu (a fondue-like meat dish) and boiled gyoza (Chinese potstickers) restaurant! We offer exceptional shabu shabu courses served with orignal dashi (broth) soup and piping-hot, chewy, boiled gyoza dumplings! We fastidiously select...
- Area Shinjuku Sta
- Category Gyoza Sake Shabu shabu Shochu
Best Lunch Spots
You can enjoy Miyazaki’s foodstuffs and dishes without le...
All-you-can-eat shabu shabu with brand-name meat and boil...