Choice Restaurants in Tokyo
Hakobune Shinjuku Nishiguchi
Hakobune is dedicated to serving food and Japanese sake from Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa and Fukui.
These four prefectures facing the Sea of Japan are a treasury of delicious goodness. There are unlimited charms found in "slow food" nurtured by the land and people of Hokuriku.
- Area Shinjuku Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Local cuisine Sake Sashimi Soba Udon Izakaya
Mizutaki Genkai (Mizutaki = chicken hot pot)
To provide the best possible flavors at all times, Genkai’s Mizutaki is prepared scrupulously, from selection of foodstuffs to cooking methods, without sparing time and labor. The most decisive ingredient is the Date chicken produced in Fukushima. We can confidently call it the “best-fit” for Miz...
- Area Shinjuku Sta
- Category Mizutaki Sake Shochu
Akasaka “Neboke” Tosa Regional Cuisine 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 Akasaka Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Local cuisine Nabe Sake Sashimi Shabu shabu Shochu Sushi Udon
This restaurant specializes in yakisoba (fried noodles) which you can enjoy, dipping it into the broth. Beef tendon, simmered until it's pulpy, carefully fried onions and freshly boiled noodles are mixed with one of three sauces, which you can choose. Eat this yakisoba by dipping it into our...
- Area Oshiage Sta
- Category Sake Shochu Teppanyaki Yakisoba
Kurayamizaka Miyashita Aoyama
This restaurant, designed by architect Mr. Kengo Kuma, is near the Outer Gardens of the Meiji Shrine, on the premises of a temple noted for its Baisouin history.
Seating consists mainly of private rooms, so that you can spend your precious time leisurely.
- Area Omotesando Sta
- Category Fresh seafoods Fugu cuisine Kaiseki cuisine Sake Sashimi Shochu Sushi
Our serious attitude towards scrumptiousness has not changed since the time of our foundation in 1984.At Toriyoshi, we deliver not only delicious food but an inspiring dining experience, too.
- Area Akihabara Sta Ikebukuro Sta Shibuya Sta Shinjuku Sta Ebisu Sta Kichijoji Sta
- Category Karaage Local cuisine Sake Shochu Yakitori Izakaya
Please have an exciting evening at Ajisen, in an area with a traditional Japanese atmosphere: Kagurazaka.
We offer the best omotenashi - hospitality service with our seasonal Japanese dishes, and look forward to serving you.
- Area Shinjuku Sta
- Category Kaiseki cuisine Live show Creative cuisine Sake Shochu
Chargrilled Kobe Beef Ikuta
Away from the city hustle and bustle, please relish the highest-grade of Kobe Beef.
Kobe Beef is the best of Japanese Wagyu selected from among thousands of Tajimagyu. The sweet fat, that melts at room temperature, balances just-right with the tasty lean meat. It is our pleasure to offer y...
- Area Shibuya Sta
- Category Sake Shabu shabu Sukiyaki Yakiniku
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
WORLD DINER produced by Gyu no Tatsujin (Master of Beef Cuisine)
We use the highest-grade beef selected by our chef and connoisseur, with a focus on Japanese beef. Our wines, too, are rigorously selected by our sommelier so that you can enjoy authentic “mariage,” in addition to our grilled beef. From 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. our restaurant plays the part of a ca...
- Area Ginza Sta
- Category Yakiniku
Best Lunch Spots
Devour seasonal dishes from Echizen-Fukui and Wakasa-Hoku...
All-you-can-eat shabu shabu with brand-name meat and boil...