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  • Go Go Curry : Shinjuku

  • Curry ( Shinjuku )
  • Go-Go Curry is easily the best Japanese curry I've ever had. the portions are quite large and the curry itself has a unique, vaguely sweet flavor to it.
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  • Curry House Coco Ichibanya

  • Curry, Fast Food ( Shibuya )
  • CoCo's in my opinion is some of the best Japanese Curry you can get in Tokyo, the flavor is amazing. Being able to choose how spicy you want it to be is another bonus. A great place to go for some qui...
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  • Coco Ichi: Suehirocho

  • Curry ( Akihabara )
  • This is a great place to go when you're in the mood for curry. I got the half portion of the beef curry, and it was delicious and satisfying. It was actually almost too big for me to finish! Another t...
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  • CoCo Ichi: Akasaka

  • Curry ( Akasaka )
  • Coco Ichi is always a good choice if your in the mood for curry, although it is a little bit more pricey than its competitors. One of my favorite "sides" is the cream crab croquettes. Bu...
  • Namaste Kathmandu 

  • Indian & South Asian, Curry ( Ikebukuro )
  • Upon visiting Namaste Kathmandu I'm starting to think that Northern Ikebukuro features some of the best South Asian cooking in Tokyo (the other restaurant being Marhaba). This tiny restaurant is a lit...
  • Hanjiro Curry Soup

  • Curry ( Futakotamagawa )
  • The curry at Hanjiro was a revelation of the potential of Japanese-style curry. Up until now, Japanese curry was budget food for me; you buy a block of mysterious spices at the grocery store, and ma...
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  • Keawjai Thai: Shinjuku

  • Thai, Curry ( Shinjuku )
  • I didn't expect to walk away so happy from Keawjai. The mix of spicy, sour and sweet flavours that is so typical of Thai food but so sorely lacking in most Japanese renditions came out in full force a...
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  • Bondy

  • Curry ( Jimbocho )
  • Although it is a bit hard to find, (on the second floor through a book store) Bondy is worth the hassle. The curry here is superb. The restaurant is a tad bit small, but the service is exceptional. As...
  • Buddha

  • Indian & South Asian, Curry ( Ikebukuro )
  • Visiting Buddha only contributed to my perception that northern Ikebukuro is the best spot for Indian cooking in Tokyo. Together with other unassuming but heavyweight restaurants like Namaste Kathmand...
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  • Ghungroo

  • Curry, Indian & South Asian ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Pleasant staff and a well thought out interior. The food, whilst better than most curry houses in Tokyo, is not up to the standards of a good Indian in the UK (or India). Unfortunately the rice is s...
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  • Tokyo Roux

  • Curry ( Shinjuku )
  • If you happen to pass by the Mitsukoshi Alcott Building, the smell of curry from this small shop carries to the main streets of Shinjuku. It's appetizing smell arouses curiosity in by-passers but mos...
  • Hainan Chi-fan : Akasaka Sacas

  • Asian Fusion, Curry ( Akasaka )
  • I love Hainanese chicken, and Singaporeans surely love this dish! There’s something about the simplicity of flavors that makes this one of Southeast Asia’s ultimate comfort foods. The version at...
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  • Shanti

  • Curry ( Harajuku )
  • Shanti specializes in "soup curry," a dish born in Sapporo, Hokkaido. The soup curry at Shanti is made with natural spring water and dozens of spices to blend into its characteristic taste: despite b...
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  • Kokoro

  • Curry ( Akasaka )
  • Originally, this restaurant is from Sapporo, but it has expanded to 7 restaurants in Tokyo. They serve soup curry and are only a 5 minute walk from the Akasak Station on Akasaka Street. Cocoro’s sou...
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  • Curry Diner Qunoogie's

  • Curry ( Akasaka )
  • Curry Diner Qunoogie's is a curry restaurant close to the Aoyama-icchome station, located on the second floor of a multi-office building. The restaurant seats about twenty. The food comes three ways...
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  • Curry House Tiri Tiri

  • Curry ( Daikanyama )
  • There is a counter-only curry house along Meiji Ave. on the way from Shibuya to Ebisu. The shop’s appearance, with its prominent red and white interior, vaguely resembles a fast food restaurant. A...
  • New Castle

  • Curry ( Ginza )
  • For those with a taste for curry or nostalgia for the Showa era (1960's), this small curry and coffee spot is the place to go. Its spicy curry topped with a raw egg over ample curry sauce (you won't ...
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  • Harenohi

  • Curry ( Shibuya )
  • In this Japanese-style curry shop, you can pick either rice or udon to go with your curry when you order. The shop is right behind the Shibuya Police Station, across from a popular ramen shop called ...
  • Murugi

  • Curry ( Shibuya )
  • Established in 1950, the shop specializes in a 13-spice curry that’s stewed for a whole week. The front of the shop is made to look like an old-style tea house, while the interior also gives you th...
  • Shimada

  • Udon, Curry, Soba ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Shimada is famous for its "curry soup udon." The restaurant is divided between two floors, and the first floor is cramped with tables. A wide range of people enjoy the food: small groups may treat S...
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