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  • 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...
  • Speak English Picture menu
  • 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),...
  • Speak English
  • 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 ...
  • Mutsumi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
  • Located a short walk from sensoji temple, Matsumi is a small traditional Japanese restaurant where you have to take over your shoes and sit on the tatami floor. When I walked in around 12:30 on a Thur...
  • English menu
  • Sora No Niwa

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shibuya )
  • Sora no Niwa, which means "the sky's garden" or "a garden made of sky", is a restaurant specializing in tofu. From Shibuya station, walk about ten minutes in the direction of Ebisu, and you'll find i...
  • Kibai Yanse

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Kirishima Jidorikibaiyanse specializes in local dishes from Miyazaki, a prefecture on the southern side of Kyushu. It also boasts an extensive stock of shochu, which includes any variety of Japanese ...
  • 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...
  • Nihonbashi Okotako Honten

  • Traditional Japanese, Izakaya ( Nihombashi )
  • Since its opening in 1924, Okotako Honten has been popular for its oden, soaked in Kanto-style soy based broth. The simplest and most popular lunch is tou-meshi - tofu soaked in oden broth and served ...
  • Speak English
  • 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...
  • Speak English
  • Motsufuku: Maru Bldg

  • Traditional Japanese ( Tokyo Station )
  • 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 traditi...
  • Speak English
  • Motsufuku: Shimbashi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shimbashi )
  • Motsufuku specializes in serving entrails prepared in hot pots or broiled. For the not-so-adventorous, there's plenty of other choice, such as salads, fish, tofu and Japanese snacks. This is a traditi...
  • Speak English
  • Motsufuku: Hamamatsu-cho

  • Traditional Japanese ( Hamamatsucho )
  • 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 traditi...
  • Otafuku: Asakusa

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
  • Otafuku has been in business for more than a century serving oden in Asakusa. The broth they use is a bit lighter than the traditional Tokyo broth, which makes their oden very light and easy to it. Th...
  • Speak English English menu
  • Koo

  • Izakaya, Soba, Traditional Japanese ( Roppongi )
  • Koo is a traditional Japanese Izakaya style restaurant offering a selection of high quality Sake, Shochu, Sashimi, Soba, and other local favorites. Counter and table seats available. They have an Engl...
  • Debito

  • Traditional Japanese ( Takadanobaba )
  • Debito's house specializes in kushiage, which is a Japanese style deep-fried kebab filled , and shochu. Their shochu list features over 100 labels, and their kitchen prides itself in making everything...
  • Speak English
  • Hakata Hanazen

  • Traditional Japanese, Izakaya ( Shibuya )
  • Chicken dishes in the style of Hakata is what you will find at this Shibuya eatery. Some of their preparations include collagen, which makes them healthier than usual and maybe a boost to your skin.
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  • Hanasaka Ji-san

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Shibuya )
  • Hanasaka Ji-san is a Japanese dining bar with an adult atmosphere in the middle of Shibuya. Their menu emphasizes Japanese preparations, and there's plenty of shochu and sake to go with it.
  • Sasanoyuki: Uguisudani

  • Traditional Japanese, Vegetarian & Healthy ( Nippori )
  • Sasanoyuki dates back to the Edo period in the 1800s, when a tofu maker opened it. Nowadays it has become an institution for tofu-dining, and the low prices make it even more popular.
  • Ippei

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shimbashi )
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