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  • Tofuro: Roppongi

  • Izakaya ( Roppongi )
  • When going out at night, one place that should be on your list of dinner restaurants is Tofuro in Roppongi. From the street it looks like a nice restaurant, but that does not do it justice. While the ...
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  • Gompachi: Shibuya

  • Izakaya, Yakitori ( Shibuya )
  • great soba, good/friendly service, good yakitori too. no sushi for lunch, which i was sad to find out. the yuzu mojitos are great (but not much alcohol in them). also, good view from this restaurant i...
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  • Gompachi: Nishi-azabu

  • Izakaya, Yakitori ( Hiroo )
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  • Dendenden

  • Izakaya ( Akasaka )
  • I went to Dendenden to welcome my American friend visiting Tokyo. Since it was his third visit to Tokyo, I took him to the local dish restaurant. Be noted that this is not the place for a non-Japane...
  • Dozo

  • Izakaya, Udon, Teishoku, Yoshoku ( Akasaka )
  • Taking Nico's suggestion, I decided to try out the lunch menu at Dozo. I was surprised at how well this restaurant was able to combine Italian and Japanese flavors together. I ordered a plate of udo...
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  • Ninnikuya

  • Izakaya ( Ebisu )
  • Ninnikuya is a veritable orgy of garlic, but it is disgustingly delicious! To start with you need to have the garlic toast which is just about the most over the top thing you will ever see - a piece o...
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  • Jidaiya: Roppongi

  • Izakaya ( Roppongi )
  • This is a fabulous place- casual yet authentic, with lovely antiques and great service. There is a comprehensive menu and some very good sake. We loved the ambience and will be returning on our next t...
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  • Uoshin: Nogizaka

  • Izakaya ( Roppongi )
  • If you stay in Tokyo only for a few days, I recommend you eat out here. The early Show era (around 1950 -60) atmosphere, fresh sashimi and sushi (I guess all fish is sent directly from Tsukiji fish ma...
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  • Chacha hana

  • Izakaya ( Shinjuku )
  • I was able to visit Chacha Hana in early March with my future colleague. A cozy restaurant, Chacha hana offered an assortment of tatami mat type seating options. As it was located in the Kabukicho a...
  • Nishiosan

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Shinjuku )
  • Nishio-san is one of the coolest people I know - so cool that he can name his restaurant after himself, not even bother to put up a sign, and force people to book tables a week in advance. Nishio-san...
  • Teba Kara Monmo

  • Izakaya ( Azabu-juban )
  • Roppongi is expensive, and everyone seems to acknowledge this fact. It's not impossible to find reasonably priced cuisine. Tebakaramonmo offers a selection of small dishes. Thus, you can mix and match...
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  • Kuruma

  • Izakaya, Yakitori ( Ginza )
  • With eight locations in Tokyo, and six locations in their homebase of the Kansai region, Kuruma has established itself as a leading group of restaurants under the umbrella of a company called Idea Co....
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  • Himonoya: Shibuya

  • Izakaya ( Shibuya )
  • This all night izakaya is a diamond in the rough. Once you enter the doors, you are led through a small alley, stepping on rocks over trickling water, through what seemed like a small forest. The rest...
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  • Komagata Dojou

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Shibuya )
  • Komagata Dozeu has been in business since the Edo Period of Japan in the traditional “downtown” of Tokyo called Asakusa (obviously benefiting from its prime location on the way to Sensoji Temple),...
  • Toan

  • Izakaya ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Touan is a great restaurant for those seeking good quality Japanese food, private booths and traditional Japanese atmosphere. I'd recommend for taking out customers, coworkers, friends or a gokon. T...
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  • Tsuki no Yume: Shibuya

  • Izakaya ( Shibuya )
  • I only found this Izakaya because someone was handing out flyers for it. They had a nomihodai, or all you can drink, deal going on at the time. It was 1300 yen for 2 hours, or 1000 yen for an hour. In...
  • Kushiwakamaru

  • Yakitori, Izakaya ( Nakameguro )
  • Kushiwaka Maru is a smoky little dive not far from Naka Meguro station specialising in yakitori and other "things on sticks". I visited there years ago when, quite memorably, the entire buil...
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  • Bakurou

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Ebisu )
  • Bakurou, which opened for business in December 2007 and is located in the trendy neighborhood of Ebisu, in the southwest section of Tokyo. This is actually the second outlet, with the first located ...
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  • konomu

  • Izakaya ( Shirokane )
  • Konomu is a little Izakaya in Shirokane where you need to sit on the floor. It comes over as very Japanese style but in fact there are many western dishes on the menu so it's a good place to bring for...
  • Hiroshi

  • Izakaya ( Akihabara )
  • In some sake bars, it's a tradition to put the glass inside of a wooden or plastic box called a masu. The sake is then poured into the glass until it overflows into the box in order to show generosity...
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