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  • Elements Restaurant

  • Asian Fusion, Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • The world that we live in is comprised of eight basic elements: firE, Light, watEr, huMan, timbEr, stoNe, aTmosphere, and Sounds. The owners of the fine dining establishment in Toranomon took one l...
  • Yoinokuchi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • A serene and quiet spot you will be surprised to find in Akasaka. I was not overly impressed by the food, but it is still very good. The portion is satisfying. The lunch was 1,200 yen and more th...
  • 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...
  • Yagenbori

  • Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Yagenbori is worth a look if you're interested in off beat culinary culture. They serve meals in a style called ochazuke, which basically means that you pour tea over your rice. While this sounds a li...
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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...
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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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
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  • 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...
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  • Oyattosa

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Oyattosa is a restaurant specializing in dishes from Kagoshima, a prefecture on the southern side of Kyushu. It also boasts an extensive stock of shochu, which includes any vareity of Japanese distil...
  • Yamashiroya

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shibuya )
  • This reasonably priced Japanese restaurant is completely reservation only. Although they make use of traditional Kyoto cuisine’s techniques, they aren’t bound by Japanese ingredients and use ingr...
  • 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 ...
  • Kisara

  • Traditional Japanese, French, Others ( Akasaka )
  • You’ll find this restaurant in a place near Akasaka Station. In total, Kisala is organized into three separate parts. They have an area serving shochu and other Japanese liquors that go well with ...
  • Nadaman

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Yotsuya )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Nadaman one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. This Kaiseki restaurant was created by Mansuke Naday in 1830. Over the years it’s b...
  • 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...
  • Ginza Toyoda

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • The Tokyo Michelin Guide 2008 awarded Toyoda one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. Ginza Toyoda is the place to go for Kaiseki cuisine, a set of traditional dishes featu...
  • 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,...
  • Musashi

  • Traditional Japanese ( Tameikesanno )
  • Near Akasaka Station, you’ll find this restaurant that specializes in fish dishes, particularly tuna and whale. The restaurant is in a basement and their sign on the first floor isn’t very eye ca...
  • Kakiden

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shinjuku )
  • Kakiden has been serving kaiseki cuisine (formal traditional Japanese food) at their Shinjuku location for over 30 years. Their cooking philosophy sees many parallels with the rituals of tea ceremonie...
  • Yukicho

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Yukicho one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. Yukicho has been in business for over 80 years, serving traditional Japanese food in ...
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