Tokyo Restaurants

It's not surprising that Tokyo restaurants boast some serious gourmet credentials. What may be surprising is the sheer quantity of restaurants you'll pass walking through any Tokyo neighborhood. From the everywhere soba and udon shops to famous ramen shops with queues around the block, it's hard to miss the good eats all around you. Akasaka Ramen is one of Tokyo's famous ramen chains. Maru-kin has locations all over Tokyo, bringing standard "Hakata tonkotsu" - Fukuoka-style ramen made from pork bones - to eager locals. The "jou" in Tsukemen-ya Jou means 10 to the 28th power, perhaps to suggest the surprising amount of noodles they serve up on plates alongside bowls of savory dipping soup. Tummy's Grill looks like one of the many country inns that are littered all over the Japanese countryside. If you're hungry in Tokyo (or central Yokohama), you'll find more than enough restaurants, cheese shops, wine bars and bakeries to will satisfy your cravings.

Akasaka Ramen

4-21-13 Nozawa Setagaya-ku

Care for a side of hog with your ramen?... read more


2-30-6 Nozawa, Setagaya-ku

A classic example of Kyushu-style tonkotsu (pork-bone) ramen... read more

Tsukemen-ya Jou

2-34-2 Nozawa, Setagaya-ku

Gargantuan portions of noodles alongside masterfully crafted bowls of thoughtfully flavored dipping soup... read more

Fummys Grill

2-1-5 Ebisu

Californian Cooking... read more


2-46-3 Ikebukuro
Shema 100-B1

For All Night Parties... read more

Bombay Cafe

Lida Building 1F
1-8-4 Nishiazabu, Minato-ku

A slice of India... read more


7-16-5 Roppongi

Reasonably priced Japanese course menu... read more


2-13-6 Kichijoji Honcho
2F O&K Building, Musashino-shi

Korean Barbecue... read more


1-1-1 Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku
Hotel Grand Palace

Downtown Japanese... read more


SPICE Ikebukuro Tobu 11F
1-1-25 Nishi Ikebukuro

Tonkatsu restaurant... read more


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2-2-1 Nihonbashi-Kakigara-cho, Chuo-ku
Royal Park Hotel

Classic kaiseki - seasonal course meals done right... read more

Christon Cafe

2-10-7 Dogenzaka
Shintaiso Building No.2. B1

Dining in a Christian church can be sinfully good...
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Daiwa Sushi

Tsukiji Market Building No.6
No.6 Chuo Shijo Building

Wake-up to a Top Sushi Restaurant... read more

Chez Matsuo Shoto Restaurant

1-23-15 Shoto

Tokyo's Famous French with a Japanese tilt...
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Pearl Asagaya 1F, 3-37-9 Asagaya Minami

Some of the best barbecued birds on skewers...
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Shimokitazawa MT Building 2F, 2-37-3 Kitazawa

Intimate surroundings and boozy dining... read more


4-10-11 Roppongi

Grill it up, country-style... read more

Kamiya Bar

1-1-1 Asakusa

Three floors of traditional, warming food and drink... read more

Alcatraz E.R.


Dinner in prison is a lot more fun than it sounds...
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Ghengis Khan Shokudo Maedaya


Grill your own lamb, like a barbarian... read more
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