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  • Kakashika

  • Fugu, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Watching the head chef at Kakashika dismember a poisonous blowfish before me has been one of the most interesting experiences I’ve ever had at a restaurant. Kakashika is an fugu (blowfish) resta...
  • Yoshida

  • Traditional Japanese, Teishoku, Yoshoku ( Akasaka )
  • Yoshida is really easy to miss: it's located on the 3rd floor of what looks like a residential building in downtown Akasaka. Yoshida specializes in high quality fish - at lunch time you can order the ...
  • Yoinokuchi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • A serene and quiet spot you will be surprised to find in Akasaka. I was not overly impressed by the food, but it is still very good. The portion is satisfying. The lunch was 1,200 yen and more th...
  • Yagenbori

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Yagenbori is worth a look if you're interested in off beat culinary culture. They serve meals in a style called ochazuke, which basically means that you pour tea over your rice. While this sounds a li...
  • Ogura

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Expensive is the only way to describe Ogura. The oden for which they are famous is tasty, but nothing worth paying so much money for. My image of oden is street-stall food that goes with beer or s...
  • Musashi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • Near Akasaka Station, you’ll find this restaurant that specializes in fish dishes, particularly tuna and whale. The restaurant is in a basement and their sign on the first floor isn’t very eye ca...
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  • Juno Akasaka

  • Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • Juno Akasaka is most popular with the female crowd for their creative use of seafood. The atmosphere is bright, and their wine menu during dinner helps liven things up even more. At lunch time you can...
  • Speak English
  • Isemon: Akasaka

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Ise Shima is located in the Kansai region and several of its delicacies are available at this Shinjuku restaurant. Enjoy such specialties as black abalone and lobster. The second floor has private tat...
  • Yuzuya Ishinkyo

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Traditional Japanese food in the style of Kyoto. This restaurant is immediately recognizable for its white noren (small curtain) hanging outside. Enjoy traditional tasting menus that highlight the bes...
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  • Kina: Roppongi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • Kina bills itself as a healing space where you can enjoy Japanese slow food in a room with high levels of oxygen. The room is decorated with a contemporary Japanese touch.
  • Kokuratei: Akasaka

  • Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • Seasonal Japanese food served in a traditional setting. Lots of sake available to pair with your meal.
  • Mitsuishi

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )

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