Choice Restaurants in Tokyo
Umai Sushikan Ario Kameari
We are situated in the dining area on the ground floor of Ario Kameari, a shopping centre. We have an open space, with a bright and neat interior, where families or large groups of people can enjoy dining with ease. We use only the freshest ingredients, directly sourced from markets every day. ...
- Area Kameari Sta
- Category Sake Sushi
“We would like you to know more about the deliciousness and almighty appeal of miso.” This is a restaurant specializing in miso dishes, opened by the owner, whose parents’ home is a traditional miso brewery in Toyoda City, Aichi Prefecture, established more than 80 years ago. “MISO 18-KAGETSU,” t...
- Area Shibuya Sta Shinjuku Sta
- Category Local cuisine Miso Soup Oden Onigiri Sake Shochu
Umai Sushikan Oimachi
The freshest ingredients are directly sourced from Tsukiji and Ishinomaki Markets every day. Enjoy sushi, crafted by skillful sushi chefs, to your heart's content.
We offer a variety of selections at reasonable prices, such as set menus like the Manager's Choice Nigiri Set, whic...
- Area Oimachi Sta
- Category Sake Sushi
This sushi shop is ideally located right in front of Shinbashi Station. We recommend it to people who want to enjoy authentic sushi, not conveyer belt sushi, while living in or visiting Japan. Reasonably priced sushi is made by chefs just across the counter. The reason for these great prices is ...
- Area Shimbashi Sta
- Category Domburi Sushi
Soba & Sake Inataya Palace Building
Inataya is under direct management of the traditional Sake Brewery in Tottori which was established in 1673 and has won gold prizes at sake contests around Japan. “Today’s Recommended Dishes” of fresh fish sent directly from the Sanin district, and local sake sent directly from the Brewery, are p...
- Area Tokyo Sta Marunouchi
- Category Fresh seafoods Local cuisine Sake Sashimi Soba Tempura
Hantei Shin Marunouchi Building (Marubiru)
We offer Edo style kushiage in courses. Combining carefully selected ingredients, including vegetables, seafood, meat and other delicacies, and maximising the original flavours, we serve kushiage in pairs of two kinds. Please relish our beautifully prepared Edo style kushiage with its distinctive...
- Area Marunouchi
- Category Karaage Sake Shochu
Ikesu Douraku Azumabashi
At “Ikesu Doraku,” which is proud of its fish, prawn and sushi, you can angle for live fish, swimming in the ikesu (aquarium), yourself! Then, taste your catch immediately, after having it prepared however you choose: made into whole fish sashimi, grilled, etc. The seats surrounding the ikesu are...
- Area Asakusa Sta Oshiage Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Fugu cuisine Sashimi Sushi Tempura
Japanese Dishes & Teppan-yaki Ginza Sakutsuki
Sakutsuki is a restaurant of Japanese dishes and teppan-yaki menus, located on the avenue of Ginza 3-chome (3rd Street). You can enjoy A5-ranked Yamagata beef and fresh seafood directly from Tsukiji, Japan’s biggest market. The restaurant is on the 9th floor―an ideal location with an excellent vi...
- Area Ginza Sta
- Category Sake Shochu Teppanyaki
We offer deluxe ingredients directly sourced from Hokuriku, such as the high-class fish "Blackthroat Perch", and rare, valuable Ogongani (literally golden crab; a natural hybrid of snow crab and red snow crab).
All seats, except for private dining rooms, are equipped with a sunke...
- Area Shimbashi Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Local cuisine Sake Sashimi Soba Udon Izakaya
We establish trust-worthy relationships by meeting regularly with farmers at horse pastures in Kumamoto, from where we source our meat, so that we can provide you with safe food.
Basashi (horse sashimi) is prepared with the freshest and best quality horse meat, and not only basashi, but la...
- Area Asakusa Sta
- Category Karaage Local cuisine Nabe Ramen Sake Sashimi Shabu shabu Shochu Sukiyaki Sushi Tamagoyaki Tempura
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