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Zipangu ( Traditional Japanese, Cocktail Lounges, Sushi, Tempura, Teppanyaki / Hibachi, Chinese, Live Bars/Jazz Bars, Wine Bars / Akasaka )

Zipangu / Traditional Japanese / Tokyo
  • Zipangu is stylish restaurant that belongs to Nadaman, one of the most revered traditional Japanese restaurants in the country. Their approach is to combine Western influences with Nadaman's cuisine to create contemporary Japanese food that pairs with wine.
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  • Anan

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • The atmosphere is very cozy inside, and the waitstaff is friendly and helpful (and had an english menu). We started with the fresh tofu, which was amazing (I've never had tofu that tasted so rich and ...
  • Sake Kyoka

  • Traditional Japanese, Teishoku, Yoshoku ( Akasaka )
  • I was excited about Sake Kyoka, but I should have arrived earlier. I got there almost towards the end of lunch service -- at the point when I was the last customer and the kitchen staff would have com...
  • Rokuhara

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Rokuhara doesn't have a lunch menu - you just sit down and the chef serves you what he's cooking that day. It doesn't vary as much as you'd think, though - it's always kariage, sort of a cross betwee...
  • 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 ...
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  • Elements Restaurant

  • Asian Fusion, Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • The world that we live in is comprised of eight basic elements: firE, Light, watEr, huMan, timbEr, stoNe, aTmosphere, and Sounds. The owners of the fine dining establishment in Toranomon took one l...
  • 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...
  • Hagakure

  • Udon, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Hagakure specializes in udon - messy but fun to slurp. After walking downstairs off of an Akasaka street, my friend and I were seated at a four person table later occupied by two more customers - pret...
  • 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...
  • Abe

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Tameikesanno )
  • The Tokyo Michelin Guide 2009 awarded Abe one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. The food is traditional Japanese, with lots of ingredients coming from the Yamagata regio...
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  • Daigo: Kamiyacho

  • Traditional Japanese, Vegetarian & Healthy, Michelin ( Tameikesanno )
  • Daigo is one of Tokyo's top shojin restaurants. The food is as complex as traditional kaiseki, but everything is vegetarian. A meal can last several hours, and include multiple courses that feature th...
  • 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...
  • Kisara

  • Traditional Japanese, French, Others ( Akasaka )
  • You’ll find this restaurant in a place near Akasaka Station. In total, Kisala is organized into three separate parts. They have an area serving shochu and other Japanese liquors that go well with ...
  • 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...
  • Inaseya AnAn

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Anan's concept is serving healthy Japanese food in an izakaya setting. Dim lighting and atmosphere are meant to convey "Wa" harmony. Shoes are left at the door and all seats are "hori-gotatsu" - floo...
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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...
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  • Motsufuku: Akasaka

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Motsufuku specializes in serving entrails prepared in hot pots or broiled. For the not-so-adventurous , there's plenty of other choice, such as salads, fish, tofu and Japanese snacks. This is a tradit...
  • Kamo Shabu Chikutei

  • Ramen, Traditional Japanese, Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki ( Tameikesanno )
  • Kamo means duck in Japanese, and that is what this restaurant (established in 1981) specializes in. Kamo shabu shabu, kamo ramen, you name it. The interior is clean, with a wood and white-washed styli...
  • 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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