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  • Minokichi: Ikebukuro

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ikebukuro )
  • Traditional Japanese meets western heights. Minokichi is an extremely formal Japanese restaurant located on the 15th floor of a skyscraper. They exquisitely mesh the two together so when you are eatin...
  • Luchia

  • Teishoku, Yoshoku, Traditional Japanese ( Harajuku )
  • Harajuku is an attack on the senses, so it is hard to imagine that a mere block away from takeshita avenue you can find an oasis of quiet like Lucia. The first thing that struck me about this Japanese...
  • Kushiya Monogatari : Shinjuku

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Shinjuku )
  • “Kushiage” literally means frying on sticks. It refers to the way in which you cook prepared pieces of fish or meat, or vegetables on sticks, by dipping them in flour and batter, and finally deep...
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  • Sakanaya Dojo: Ontakesan

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Jiyugaoka )
  • Anything that can have squid, octopus, fish, and all creatures of the sea in it or on it is served here: from sushi to hotpot or pizza. Their desserts aren't bad either, though I have to admit I saw o...
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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...
  • 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...
  • Sakana Takewaka

  • Fugu, Traditional Japanese ( Tsukiji )
  • At this authentic and refined fish restaurant you'll initially be greeted by kimono clad waitresses. This is followed by the visually impressive fish tank filled with a variety of sea life. Finally,...
  • Yanmo: Marunouchi

  • Traditional Japanese, Izakaya ( Tokyo Station )
  • Yanmo is famous for traditional grilled fish and rice. The most popular items, grilled salmon and salted mackerel, run between 1,000 and 1,400yen. If you're feeling greedy, you can always order a yoku...
  • Restaurant Michiba

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • This restaurant is owned by Rokusaburo Michiba, a well known personality from the Iron Chef television program. The elegantly designed restaurant has a following with senior citizens and offers some ...
  • Kanetanaka: Shibuya

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shibuya )
  • Kanetanaka is located inside the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel in Shibuya, and is a branch of a famous restaurant in Shinbashi. The food is formal Japanese (kaiseki) with multiple courses. The room over...
  • Yoshiba

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ryogoku )
  • Yoshiba is the place to try "chanko-nabe," which is the stew that sumo wrestlers eat to put on weight and endure their rigorous training. The restaurant is located inside a former sumo stable, and the...
  • Ippei

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shimbashi )
  • Okabe

  • Traditional Japanese ( Asakusa )
  • Takase

  • Traditional Japanese ( Yoyogi )
  • yamakasa

  • Traditional Japanese ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Marufuku

  • Traditional Japanese ( Others )
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