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  • Failte
  • ( British pubs / Irish pubs  / Shibuya )
  • Fair Winds Cocktail Lounge: New Sanno Hotel
  • ( Cocktail Lounges , Bars  / Shirokane )
  • If you have US military/embassy access or have friends attached to the US government, read on, because only these selected few can enjoy The New Sanno Hotel (a US Navy establishment). Having won ...
  • Falkland Shinagawa
  • ( Clothing , Jewelry  / Shinagawa )
  • This is my secret shop to buy clothes. Not so many poeple know here but I used to take a bus from Shinagawa to go to work, so I knew the shop. The shop in located at Shinagawa, Konan gate( opposite o...
  • Fancl
  • ( Pharmacies  / Ikebukuro )
  • Fancl is a very specialized pharmacy?it sells only supplements for women and it’s the only place I’ve ever encountered that can make supplements and vitamins look sexy (they used champagne glasses...
  • Fancl
  • ( Cosmetics & Beauty Supplies  / Shibuya )
  • Popular franchised cosmetic /skincare shop in Japan. You can also buy by mail order or via internet.Not only cosmetics, you can also buy suppliments and some shops have juice stand where they make a f...
  • Favori
  • ( Beer Bars , Bars  / Ginza )
  • Favori offers over 100 kinds of beer, with bottles displayed in large refrigerators that customers can use on their own. Pay at the cashier before imbibing.
  • Feal Teria
  • ( Cafes , Desserts  / Takadanobaba )
  • Fealteria is the place to be if you're looking for slightly off-the-wall cakes and pastries. While the overall level of pastry and baked goods in Japan is high, most places stick to the tried-and-true...
  • Fengshui Fortunetelling, Psychic Reading
  • ( Counseling Services  / Others )
  • Hello, My name is Yuko, originally I'm from Fukushima. When I attended Lucie's session, it was 3 years ago, I had low confidence and worked in very bad environment, I asked for help….because I wante...
  • Feria Tokyo
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Roppongi )
  • This was the best night out for me. The atmosphere was excellent, drinks were strong, music was fab, people were gorgeous. Just don't make the mistake of another reviewer, who came on the special Bl...
  • Fermier Atago Shop
  • ( Cheese  / Tameikesanno )
  • Tokyo's most famous cheese store. Many restaurants get their products from them, and they import theirs weekly from France, Italy and beyond. Fermier has facilities to continue aging the cheeses until...
  • Ferrous: Shinjuku
  • ( Teppanyaki / Hibachi , Steak  / Shinjuku )
  • Hot and cold teppanyaki! Watch the chefs prepare steaks and other ingredients on the hot plate, and then finish your meal with ice cream prepared on the frozen cold plate. The interior is designed aft...
  • Festa Cafe
  • ( Cafes  / Iidabashi )
  • Festa Café is located in Tokyo Dome, which is an American country fair style public area. I say American because this is the only place in Tokyo I’ve been able to find nachos . . . Festa Café of...
  • Festa-Iikura
  • ( Sushi , Karaoke  / Azabu-juban )
  • Festa Ikura delivers two Japanese traditions in one: Karaoke and sushi. All their dining rooms are fitted with the latest karaoke equipment and their selection of English songs is 6,500 strong plus ab...
  • Fewture Shop
  • ( Anime Merchandise , Cosplay, Figua  / Shimokitazawa )
  • The fewture shop specializes in plastic figures that have been designed with an incredible attention to detail. You'll find works by big names such as Keita Amamiya and a combination of established an...
  • Fiesta
  • ( Karaoke , Bars  / Roppongi )
  • Fun, a good mix of nationals, british workers and temporary visitors, sweet Connie runs the bar, all ignore the no dancing sign, the crowd makes the night. Don't choose a good song, or it will get hij...
  • Fifty Seven
  • ( American , Cocktail Lounges  / Roppongi )
  • Fiona
  • ( Bookstores  / Jiyugaoka )
  • A small shop that specializes in children's books, including English teaching materials, juvenile fiction, picture books, science books and more.
  • Firat
  • ( Turkish  / Akasaka )
  • Their belly dance show was fascinating. It's worth visiting this restaurant just to see the show. The food was ok.
  • Fire House
  • ( American  / Jimbocho )
  • I've been to many burger shops, but I must say Firehouse is the best. I've always wanted to try it since I have heard many good reviews about this place, and it was actually really good. The place was...
  • First inn Kyobashi
  • ( Capsule Hotels , Hostels  / Nihombashi )
  • First Inn Kyobashi is located 5 minute walk away from Tokyo station and a minute walk away from Kyobashi (Ginza line) or Takaracho (Asakusa line) station. If Tokyo station is the base point of your t...
  • First Kitchen
  • ( Fast Food  / Gotanda )
  • I actually liked their flavored fries (you can just get regular french fries, too), but those are my tastes. others have told me it tastes fake and smells like vomit (the food does have a strong perme...
  • Fishing Pond Sangenjaya
  • ( One Day Experience , Aquariums  / Shimokitazawa )
  • This little shop is an institution in the Sangenjaya area, dating back to 1966. The small shop has a big pond inside where there are lots of goldfish and carp waiting to be fished out. They rent fishi...
  • Five Hundred Cafe
  • ( Bars , Darts & Pools  / Waseda )
  • The Five Hundred Cafe is a darts bar complete with a 100-inch screen TV, plenty of boards, and party plans to keep you going. If ordering a la carte, everything costs 500 yen.
  • Flamingo Cafe
  • ( Mediterranean  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Stumbling into this nook just off Kotto Street, Glassarea Aoyama is an oasis in the Minami-Aoyama area. There is a big camphor tree as a landmark for this place. This upscale commercial building has ...
  • Flower
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Others )
  • Flower is pretty big and open, so if the place isn't busy, it looks empty. I've never been here when it's actually busy and rocking. They have all kinds of different events here, in the front room (...
  • Fonda de la Madrugada
  • ( Mexican  / Harajuku )
  • The best Mexican which I've had in Tokyo. The restaurant is intimate and dark. The food is superb. The mariachi band is a plus. If you have a hankering for Mexican food then this is the place to co...
  • FOO:D magazine: Roppongi Hills
  • ( Groceries/Supermarkets  / Roppongi )
  • The bakery's breads are delectable! Like the National Azabu market, this place has international items, and I think takes it a little further in not just being American international. The place is...
  • FootNick
  • ( British pubs / Irish pubs , Sports Bars  / Ebisu )
  • Footnik is an amiable English speaking bar that pours Guinness and shows live football games. The only thing that distinguishes it from similar gaijin bars is that the front entrance is partially open...
  • FOREST
  • ( French  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • I went to this restaurant for the lunch. I ordered the pasta course.the course meal was appetizer,cheese toast, pasta,and coffee(1,995yen). I could choose the pasta from 2 choise. appetizer was beaut...
  • Forty Five
  • ( French , Cafes  / Roppongi )
  • Being situated as it is on the lobby floor of the Ritz Carlton on the 45th floor of a tower in the Tokyo Midtown development, this restaurant is aptly named. The views of Tokyo are amazing and the ser...
  • Foxtail
  • ( Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki , Fugu , Izakaya  / Roppongi )
  • Foxtail offers Japanese dining in the heart of Roppongi in a casual and relaxed setting. They specialize primarily in crabs, prawns and meat dishes so be sure to give these a try.
  • Frames: Daikanyama
  • ( Cafes  / Daikanyama )
  • I have never enjoyed broccoli as much as I did at this cafe with a retro lounge-style atmosphere. It was, by far, the most melt-in-your-mouth garlic infused delectable veggie I've ever had. If Mom h...
  • Franc Franc: Marunouchi
  • ( Interior Design & Furniture  / Tokyo Station )
  • Franc Franc (hereafter known as "Franc") is a more colorful, Scandinavian iteration of Pottery Barn. It offers standard house furnishings like sofas, lamps, clocks, etc., as well as smaller ...
  • France Tei: Shinjuku
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Shinjuku )
  • An uninviting room and bad food. I don’t want to come down too hard on France-tei, since they are basically a family restaurant. But, even after factoring that in, the food was below other family re...
  • Franciscan Chapel Center
  • ( Churches-Catholic  / Roppongi )
  • This is the best Catholic Church in Japan! No more running around to different churches each week looking for an English speaking Mass. The Franciscan Chapel Center has 2 English speaking Masses every...
  • Franciscan Chapel Center - Alpha course
  • ( Churches-Catholic  / Roppongi )
  • The FCC Alpha course is a great way to further your understanding and relationship with Jesus as well as meeting other Christians from around the world over a meal and coffee! email : fccalpha@gmail.c...
  • Fred and Perry
  • ( Fun Shops , Cards & Stationery  / Ginza )
  • This is a bit secret place! This is such a lovey stationary shop run by couples. Their display is like liburary! Around the entrance, they display antique stationaries and looks really arts!Just visi...
  • French Dining
  • ( French  / Kagurazaka )
  • Calm Terrace is a very nice restaurant in Ebisu, almost opposite Zest. The decor is modern and the menu is a very nice modern "Californian". For lunch you can't go past the Hayashi rice whic...
  • Fresh Cooking
  • ( Classes-Cooking  / Azabu-juban )
  • This teacher is amazing, she is so much fun, and very knowledgable. She is also a model which has taught her about making the right decisions for healthy eating over the years. Her recipes are light...
  • Freshness Burger: Akihabara
  • ( Fast Food  / Akihabara )
  • If you're lookinf for a good burger, you can go there. The cons are that you will pay a high price for it and if you're hungry, maybe you will have to take one more. It's a problem with this place. ...
  • Freshness Burger: Ikebukuro
  • ( Fast Food  / Ikebukuro )
  • Freshness Burger is a cheap burger joint invoking the American film industry in the old days of Clark Gable and Katherine Hepburn (as evidenced by the wall murals). The lighting is low and there are t...
  • Friends
  • ( Video Games  / Akihabara )
  • You cannot stop yourself from feeling warm and tingly looking at the games sold in Friends. This store sells decades-old games, including the good old Nintendo. Some titles are sold for a premium, bu...
  • Frigo
  • ( Beer Bars  / Shinjuku )
  • A European-style pub located conveniently close to Shinjuku Station. Frigo is famous for a wide range of Belgian beers, and in particularly its large refrigerator housing bottled beer. Pick your favo...
  • Froppi
  • ( Super Sentos , Onsen  / Hachioji )
  • This onsen is an ideal place to soak after a hike on nearby Mount Takao. There are a number of baths are on offer but Furoppi really concentrates on the services and entertainment, including live musi...
  • Fuel Corporation KK (Gaijin Inc.)
  • ( Car Dealers , Motorcycles , Car Rental  / Chiba, Narita )
  • I bought a 2004 Porsche 911 from these guys. They were the only guys that were able to get me financed. All the Japanese A..Hole companies turned me down. Rasist Crap!!!!! Anyway, anyone who doesn...
  • Fufutei: Ikebukuro
  • ( Yakiniku  / Ikebukuro )
  • Popular for its all-you-can-eat yakiniku menu, this franchise chain has over 30 different locations across Japan. They have two varieties of all-you-can-eat menu sets you can order from right at your ...
  • Fugetsu: Yokohama
  • ( Okonomiyaki, Monja  / Yokohama )
  • A great restaurant?they make the okonomiyaki to order right in front of you on a grill built into your table (watch your legs under the table). I got the Yasaitama (pumpkin, cabbage, pickled radish, o...
  • Fuji TV: Odaiba
  • ( Architecture , One Day Experience , Entertainment-Others  / Odaiba )
  • This is probably the most interesting building in Tokyo to see from the outside. From the inside, it is much more exciting for people who watch a lot of Japanese television. The gift shop sells souv...
  • Fuji-Tori
  • ( Japanese Goods , Antique Goods  / Harajuku )
  • Fuji Tori is a beautiful store full of traditional Japanese antiques and craftsmanship. This is the place to come if you're looking for traditional Japanese art, ceramics, woodblocks prints, scrolls, ...
  • Fujikyu Highland
  • ( Amusement Parks  / Hachioji )
  • This place is too much fun. Located near the base of Mt Fuji, Fuji-Q Highland has some of the wildest roller coasters in the world. There are two ways to get to here, either by bus or train. You can t...
  • Fujimamas
  • ( Asian Fusion , Thai  / Harajuku )
  • I visited Fujimamas a couple weeks ago and have to disagree with every review here. The food was amazing, best food I've had in Tokyo yet. Get the chili!
  • Fujimaru: Shibuya
  • ( Teppanyaki / Hibachi  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Fujimaru uses top-quality Iwate beef to deliver juicy steaks grilled on a hot iron griddle. A strong wine list and seafood items complement the beef for an ultimate experience.
  • Fujino
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Roppongi )
  • This branch of the famed Kyoto tofu shop serves tofu-centred meals and sweets. The desserts, all cleverly incorporating tofu, soy milk, or other soy products, are especially popular.
  • Fujiya
  • ( Indian  / Nihombashi )
  • When you go in search of Indo Kuri Fujiya, look for the nearby tobacco vending machines: they're easier to spot than the restaurant sign. There's only one counter in this tiny restaurant, but there's ...
  • Fujiya
  • ( Japanese Sweets & Cafes  / Ginza )
  • Strolling through Ginza, I could not help but notice this cake shop. I recognized the mascot, Peko-chan, and I couldn't resist the beckoning of this sweet character, and I entered. I knew immediate...
  • Fujiya
  • ( Japanese Goods  / Asakusa )
  • "Tenugui" seems to be the equivalent of kitchen towels. But people wrap it around their heads too. My friend uses it to dry dishes and steam vegetables. The tenugui-s sold here are very...
  • Fujiya Honten
  • ( Izakaya  / Shibuya )
  • Izakayas are the Japanese drinking halls, but where do you go if you do not want to spend a lot of money? Standing Izakayas are much cheaper than their regular counterparts and are much different. Fuj...
  • Fujiyama Seimen
  • ( Ramen  / Takadanobaba )
  • This tsukemen restaurant is amazing and you will leave very, very full. The menu includes many interesting and unique types of tsukemen, including cheese tsukemen. My personal favorite is just the r...
  • Fuki
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Akihabara )
  • Fukinuki : Shinjuku
  • ( Unagi  / Yoyogi )
  • The unagi from this shop wasn't bad but it wasn't anything special either. We got two set dinners (we were too late for the lunch specials). The service was great, but the flavor was nothing to rave...
  • Fukinuki: Akasaka
  • ( Unagi  / Tameikesanno )
  • Akasaka is overflowing with business-oriented restaurants - quick turnaround times, but high quality food. Fukinuki specializes in unajyu - unagi over rice serves in traditional tableware. I ordered a...
  • Fuku
  • ( Yakitori , Izakaya  / Yoyogiuehara )
  • Located on Jizou Street, Fuku is a subdued, sophisticated kushiyaki and yakitori restaurant. It features a stylish exterior, and high ceilings give it a nice ambiance. Because of its location, the cli...
  • Fuku Yoshi
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Harajuku )
  • Fuku Yoshi has been serving authentic tonkatsu fillets to its customers since 1972. Bamboo grows near the entrance, giving the restaurant a traditional Japanese flair. Spacious tables, an efficient ...
  • Fukudaya
  • ( Soba , Izakaya  / Shibuya )
  • There comes a point where soba is just soba. At it's best, it's wholesome but rather plain. Fukudaya does it well. The restaurant is located down an alley in Shibuya, and it's on the second story of a...
  • Fukumitsuya
  • ( Sake  / Ginza )
  • Fukumitsuya is a sake brewery based out of Kanagawa that dates back to 1625. Their Ginza store is one of few locations where they sell directly their products and beautiful sake accessories. In li...
  • Fukusuke
  • ( Sushi  / Ginza )
  • If you're not in the mood for conveyor belt sushi or all-you-can eat sushi, but not comfortable walking into an expensive, stiff collar sushi restaurant in Ginza, Fukusuke is the place to go. The fish...
  • Fukutoku Jaya
  • ( Traditional Japanese , Izakaya  / Nihombashi )
  • Fukuzushi
  • ( Sushi  / Roppongi )
  • Fukuzushi dates back to 1917, and its current Roppongi location has been in business since 1980. Their fresh ingredients make for excellent sushi, but their decor in hues of red and black make it a fa...
  • Fully Fully
  • ( Pet Care Services  / Hiroo )
  • Fully Fully is a dog grooming salon where they can do anything from a simple wash and dry to what they call a “stylish” hair trimming. You need to make an appointment to bring your dog in, and the...
  • Fumin
  • ( Chinese  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • One of many shops in a small indoor plaza, Fumin is one restaurant that is quite tasty. At the peak lunch hours, Fumin turns in a vibrant place with a loud buzz about it. There are many people clamori...
  • Fummy’s Grill
  • ( American  / Ebisu )
  • Fummy’s grill was a pleasant lunch, and the waiters certainly look the part of having been California beach aficionados at some point (which adds to their California theme). The location is a bi...
  • Funabashi Ya : Shinjuku
  • ( Tempura  / Shinjuku )
  • Funabashi-ya is a well-established tempura restaurant, started over 100 years ago. You can watch the chef from the counter seats in the homey interior. Tempura teishoku (lunch set) comes with shrimp,...
  • Funabashiya
  • ( Japanese Sweets & Cafes , Cafes  / Hiroo )
  • Funabashiya is a Japanese confectioner who also deals in savory foods. Nonetheless, the emphasis is obviously placed on wagashi--Japanese sweets. I got the set lunch for 1,050 yen, and it included a f...
  • Funachu
  • ( Unagi  / Akihabara )
  • Koedo is not bad, but not good either. Tucked away in the 3rd floor of the UDX building right next to Akihabara station, this little restaurant is a Japanese-syle izakaya that specializes in unagi (ee...
  • Fureika
  • ( Chinese  / Azabu-juban )
  • Fureika is the fussiest Chinese restaurant I have ever been to. Nothing is brought straight to the table. Rather, like an air-express freight logistics hub, food is brought from the kitchen to a speci...
  • Fushikaden
  • ( Izakaya  / Azabu-juban )
  • An upscale Izakaya offering dishes prepared with fresh seafood, shabu-shabu with prime beef, foie gras, caviar and more. A strong sake and shochu list goes with it. The interior design is warm and Jap...
  • Futon
  • ( Yakiniku  / Hiroo )
  • This is a place where you need to cook your own food, which is something I don't usually go for. But this is much better than your average yakiniku restaurant with lots of different marinated meats an...