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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.
  • 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...
  • Sankame

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sankame got one Michelin star, but remains unpretentious and quite affordable. Walking into the restaurant feels like the place was suspended in time--the customers seem to be old acquaintances of the...
  • Gindako

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • This takoyaki shop serves the best takoyaki I've ever had in Tokyo. Unlike most stalls, you don't need to guess whether it is fresh or not. You can watch them make the takoyaki (and taiyaki, althoug...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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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  • 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...
  • 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...
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  • Ohachi

  • Traditional Japanese, ( Roppongi )
  • Doing this a bit from memory, but you get: a rice bowl, the main dish you chose, miso soup, pickled vegetables, and...another little dish of vegetables. Choosing the main dish is such a difficult d...
  • 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...
  • Odenkan

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akihabara )
  • When walking through Akihabara, I came across a different sight, an oden vending machine. They had two different types of oden available: cold and hot. If you are a little hungry, then spend the 270 y...
  • Mizugame Ya

  • Sushi, Traditional Japanese, Izakaya ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Mizugameya (meaning "water-pitcher store") has been serving traditional Japanese cuisine such as sushi, sashimi, and oden since 1973. The interior is decorated with a dignified and cleanly dark brown...
  • 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...
  • Matsuwa

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • Matsuwa, always gathering long lines at lunch time, has only one thing on the menu - fried horse mackerel (kyukyoku no aji furai). Horse mackerel is delivered daily from the Matsuwa fish market in Kan...
  • Kogetsu: Aoyama

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Kogetsu is a traditional Kaiseki Japanese restaurant that has been in business since 1967. Their menus change with the seasons, so you can expect to find items like bamboo shoots in the spring, ayu (s...
  • Shigeyoshi: Harajuku

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Harajuku )
  • Shigeyoshi was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The head chef trained in Nagoya, and brings with him some of the flavors from that region of Japan. The cooking follows the seasons, a...
  • Suzuki

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Nakameguro )
  • Suzuki was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The food is classical Japanese, but the chefs borrow a few elements from French and Chinese cooking. Every morning, they make their way to...
  • Takase

  • Traditional Japanese ( Yoyogi )
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