Choice Restaurants in Tokyo
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
Kurayamizaka Miyashita Azabu
This restaurant was opened in 1995 at Azabu-juban’s Kurayamizaka.
Please spend a warm and rich moment in a restaurant where the profound smell of wood will soothe you.
- Area Roppongi Sta
- Category Domburi Fresh seafoods Kaiseki cuisine Sake Sashimi Shochu Sushi
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
We are a restaurant under the direct management of a traditional sake brewery in Tottori, which was established in 1673 and has been a gold-prize-winner at sake contests in Japan. “Today’s Recommended Dishes,” made with fresh fish sent directly from the Sanin district and local sake fresh from Th...
- Area Shinagawa Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Local cuisine Sake Soba
“Kurobatei” stands on the streets of Kagurazaka. It is a restaurant established in a building which used to be an old Japanese restaurant.
- Category Domburi Fresh seafoods Fugu cuisine Kaiseki cuisine Local cuisine Sake Shochu Sushi
Wagyu Yakiniku KEI Shinjuku
This yakiniku restaurant is "the place where you can become a yakiniku chef."
Please ENJOY GRILLING beef to your heart’s content, just the way you like it.
A large number of guests from overseas visit us.
All the KEI STAFF are truly looking forward to your visit, h...
- Area Shinjuku Sta
- Category Sake Shochu Yakiniku
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
Umai Sushikan Akasaka
We offer reasonably-priced sushi in Akasaka, which is considered a prime area within Tokyo.
Amazingly fresh sushi toppings are directly sourced from Tsukiji and Ishinomaki Markets every day.
Our menu features various goodness, including Oyako Gunkan (a small cup made of sushi rice a...
- Area Akasaka Sta
- Category Sake Sushi
Kimono YOROZU Omotesando
We are aiming to “redesign” kimono and transform them into fashionable kimono dresses, instead of just remaking kimono in a conventional way.
“Redesigning” is a creative challenge which goes beyond remaking kimono and leads us to the creation of new values.
Without ruining the beaut...
- Area Omotesando Sta
Banpeiyu Akihabara UDX
Savor to the fullest the dishes and sake of Kyushu, the Kingdom of Foods!!
Enjoy various Kyushu dishes prepared elaborately by our chefs…
Direct from the producing areas!! Fresh, horse meat sashimi, Kumamoto free-range Amakusa-daio chicken, silver-striped round herring…
- Area Akihabara Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Gyoza Karaage Local cuisine Miso Soup Nabe Sake Sashimi Shochu Tamagoyaki Tempura Izakaya
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