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  • K Factory
  • ( Car Dealers  / Jiyugaoka )
  • K factory is known for dealing in well-maintained used Mercedes Benz. They also provide general car maintenance, inspections and repairs.
  • K-Books: Akihabara
  • ( Manga  / Akihabara )
  • K-Books Akihabara is a comic books store specializing in used doujin books and related printed materials. Its dojini-shi inventory is one of the largest in Japan. When you go up to the 3rd floor, you...
  • K-Books: Comic-kan
  • ( Manga  / Ikebukuro )
  • The Comic-kan provides over 100 thousands copies of the latest and the best comics and illustration books.
  • K-Books: Dojin-kan
  • ( Manga  / Ikebukuro )
  • K-Books is a second-hand anime chain, and this branch specializes in dojin books. They stock over 200,000 copies of new and used comics and dojin books. Character goods and CD and DVD software are al...
  • K-Books: Ikebukuro Anime-kan
  • ( Manga  / Ikebukuro )
  • K-Books deals in used anime products and has a specialized store in Ikebukuro. The Anime-kan store has a good collection of used character and seiyu (voice actors) related goods, carrying anything fro...
  • K-Books: Premium-kan
  • ( Manga  / Ikebukuro )
  • K-books is a second-hand anime store. Their "premium" branch stocks over 30,000 items, which focus primarily on dojin books aimed at male readers. Even though the focus is on second-hand books, there'...
  • KA International School (KAIS)
  • ( Preschools / International schools / Kindergartens  / Jiyugaoka )
  • My daughter attends Kikokushijo Academy International School (KAIS). She had tried 5 different international schools in Tokyo and finally found the one she loves. The teachers are young yet experience...
  • Kabuite Sourou
  • ( Izakaya  / Hiroo )
  • Kabuite Sourou is run by a father-daughter team that specializes in Oden and Yakitori. They are not afraid to pour from their wide variety of sake, and every glass comes filled to the brim. Smoking is...
  • Kabukiza
  • ( Theaters , Landmarks & Historical Places  / Ginza )
  • it is old historical Kabuki theatre. I have been there for a full show and lasts for a day!! To be honest with you, it was too much. I was starving. And I did not get the translation headphone( they s...
  • Kaen
  • ( Chinese  / Hiroo )
  • The small red sign on the can be easy to miss so make sure you look carefully if you plan on coming here. The atmosphere inside is slightly different that most Chinese restaurants. It is dimly lit and...
  • Kaffir Lime
  • ( Thai  / Harajuku )
  • I visited here on lunch time and the place was almost full. The restaurant itself was quite small and the atmosphere was casual. I chose a lunch set out of 4 choices, and it costed about 1000 yen. It ...
  • Kafka: Roppongi
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Roppongi )
  • Kafka is a contemporary Japanese restaurant with fresh takes on traditional cooking. One of their specialties is yaki-ishi mushi, which is food cooked by the steam that results from pouring liquid ont...
  • Kaga ya
  • ( Yakitori , Izakaya  / Shimbashi )
  • Kagaya
  • ( Cigars & Tobacco  / Shinjuku )
  • Kagaya offers a selection of Cuban, Honduran and Dominican cigars at their home location in Shinjuku.
  • Kagetsu
  • ( Japanese Sweets  / Ueno )
  • Kagura
  • ( Interior Design & Furniture  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • If you're looking for warm wooden furniture, Kagura is the place to come. They specialize in working with old-growth solid wood; every piece is made out of a naturally-existing piece of wood and they ...
  • Kaguwa
  • ( Entertainment , Traditional Japanese , French  / Roppongi )
  • Kaien
  • ( Chinese  / Daikanyama )
  • Kaikatei: Omotesando
  • ( Chinese  / Hiroo )
  • Kaikatei is a Chinese restaurant with a theme that evoques Shanghai at the turn of the century. The walls are lined up with old beer posters, clocks and images of barbaric foreigners. The shrimp in cr...
  • Kaikaya
  • ( Izakaya  / Shibuya )
  • Kaikaya is a popular stop in shibuya for fresh fish. They source their products from the Sagami gulf, and offer sashimi as well as a variety of other fish preparations. They are quite popular with for...
  • Kaikoya:Marunouchi
  • ( Izakaya  / Tokyo Station )
  • Kakoiya is modeled after an early traditional Showa era (1920s-50s) house. The restaurant offers counters, tables for couples, and 15 private rooms, available for anywhere between 4 and 30 diners. Cov...
  • Kaiseki Ogi: Hiroo
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Hiroo )
  • Kaiseki Ogi serves traditional Japanese cooking that follows the seasons. One of their specialties are grilled steaks prepared with wagyu beef. In contrast to many kaiseki restaurants where you can on...
  • Kaiyo-do
  • ( Cosplay, Figua  / Akihabara )
  • I don't know much about anime or manga, but I still think that the life-sized action figures are really cool. Or should I call them plastic statues? Or maybe just large models? In any case, they're ne...
  • Kaizoji
  • ( Temples  / Yokohama )
  • A small temple in Kamakura with attractive grounds, especially beautiful in the autumn.
  • Kajika
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Akasaka )
  • This is a no-frills place for lunch. They know it, and you should know it as well before walking in. Having said that, for under \750 you'll end up plenty full at lunch time with assorted fried stuff,...
  • Kakaitei
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Shimbashi )
  • Kakashika
  • ( Fugu , Traditional Japanese  / Akasaka )
  • Watching the head chef at Kakashika dismember a poisonous blowfish before me has been one of the most interesting experiences I’ve ever had at a restaurant. Kakashika is an fugu (blowfish) resta...
  • 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...
  • Kakiya sushi
  • ( Conveyor Belt Sushi  / Harajuku )
  • the chefs are friendly (i felt like it was a family lineage, father and two sons) and several waitresses waiting calmly on the side to take your order or give you water. there is another kitchen in ba...
  • Kakoi Ya: Ikebukuro
  • ( Izakaya  / Ikebukuro )
  • This is a Japanese-style izakaya with an unmistakable, Japanese-style interior. The restaurant features 25 small rooms for patrons to dine in, giving the restaurant a distinctive feeling from the Show...
  • Kakoiya: Akihabara
  • ( Izakaya  / Others )
  • I needed a good izakaya to bring clients near my Akihabara/Iwamoto-cho office. My wife helped me find Kakoiya after reading (Japanese-only) reviews on Gourmet Navi (g-navi). The place was easy to find...
  • Kaldi Coffee Farm
  • ( Groceries/Supermarkets , Coffee , Liquor  / Kichijoji )
  • Import food at competitive prices. Packed with favourites from home and around the world, with a good selection of tea and coffee, snacks, spices and baking supplies.
  • Kama Age Udon Sawanoi
  • ( Udon  / Shibuya )
  • Strangely, I have had better handmade udon noodles than the bowl served at this establishment. I say this because that particular Sangenjaya restaurant actually showed its customers the full cycle of...
  • Kamiyacho Clinic
  • ( Internal Medicine  / Tameikesanno )
  • Kamiyacho Clinic offers general medicine and orthopedics. Some of the doctors have studied in foreign countries. A very high level of English is spoken here. They accept Japanese Nation Health Insura...
  • Kamo Shabu Chikutei
  • ( Ramen , Traditional Japanese , Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki  / Tameikesanno )
  • Kamo means duck in Japanese, and that is what this restaurant (established in 1981) specializes in. Kamo shabu shabu, kamo ramen, you name it. The interior is clean, with a wood and white-washed styli...
  • Kamogawa: Shinjuku
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Shinjuku )
  • Traditional Japanese food and kaiseki meals in a room inspired by a tea-ceremony house. Private rooms available for big parties and entertaining.
  • Kamonka
  • ( Chinese  / Ginza )
  • A fashionable Chinese restaurant located a bit far from Ginza station. The decor includes high ceilings and a red and black color scheme as well as many regional Chinese varieties including Shanghai,...
  • Kanda
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Hiroo )
  • The Tokyo Michelin Guide 2008 awarded Kanda three stars, recognizing it as one of the absolute best in the world. Kanda's cooking is guided by the seasons, and they only use the freshest of ingredient...
  • Kanda Kikukawa:Hibiya
  • ( Unagi  / Ginza )
  • Underneath the infamous National Theater lies another one of Tokyo’s treasures among Tokyoites, Kikukawa. If you come here any time during the lunch hour you will find out why it is another Tokyo ge...
  • Kanda Myojin
  • ( Shrines  / Akihabara )
  • The Kanda Myojin shrine was first built more than 1200 years ago, and it was moved to its current location in 1616. The shrine is dedicated to three deities, one of which is dedicated to marriage. The...
  • Kanda Second Clinic
  • ( Obstetrics & Gynecology  / Roppongi )
  • The Kanda Second Clinic is a gynecology clinic. Fifteen to thirty percent of their patients are foreigners. The doctors speak English and are female. The receptionists also speak English well.
  • Kanei Ji
  • ( Temples  / Nippori )
  • Kane-Iji is a very beautiful temple that has many statues and memorials, but its not exactly tranquil there. While the temple itself and all parts of its property are quite picturesque, there is one p...
  • 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...
  • Kanichahan no Mise
  • ( Chinese , Fast Food  / Shibuya )
  • This is one of the best fried rice I've ever had -- better than many restaurants where I paid considerably more for a helping that didn't have crab on it either Don't get too carried away with the cr...
  • Kanjin Cho
  • ( Yakitori , Izakaya  / Shibuya )
  • This yakitori and kabob restaurant is in a basement two buildings over from Shibuya Toukyuuin. The interior is done in a rustic style, with an atmosphere older men seem to prefer. Primarily they ser...
  • Kanjohken Yakiniku
  • ( Yakiniku  / Ginza )
  • Kanjohken offers all-you-can-eat grilled Japanese beef at your table. The Korean-style barbecue is a sure crowd pleaser, and Kanjohken uses high quality Japanese beef and charcoal to deliver the goods...
  • Kanoko
  • ( Japanese Sweets & Cafes  / Ginza )
  • If you try some Japanese sweets, I recommend this tearoom. There is at the center of Ginza Which is a Japanese confectionery shop on the first foor, and the tearoom is on the second foor. They have n...
  • Kanton no Omoide: Shinjuku
  • ( Korean , Yakiniku  / Okubo )
  • Kanton no omoide is a nostalgia-themed Korean restaurant playing on images from the 60s and 70s. The food menu offers Korean dishes such as Chigae nabe or grilled pork.
  • Kao Tip
  • ( Thai  / Yoyogi )
  • Kao Tip is one of the few restaurants officially authorized by the Thai government, and has of course been featured on Japanese television as well. The interior is infused with the color green, accen...
  • Kappou Shimamura
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Nihombashi )
  • Shimamura has served Tokyo's society for over 160 years. Prime Minister Hirofumi Ito has been sighted here. You can enjoy kaiseki ryori, a traditional multi-course dinner, from between 6,300 and 15,75...
  • Karaku
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Akihabara )
  • Karanabeya
  • ( Curry , Fast Food  / Tokyo Station )
  • Fast food style Japanese curry shop on Yaesu Chika Gai. All curry is vegetable based with a healthy slant. Meals are from 500yen, and you need to buy a food ticket at a machine and pass it to the serv...
  • Karaoke Kan: Shibuya
  • ( Karaoke  / Shibuya )
  • Karaoke Kan is a popular karaoke chain with locations all over the country. This location in Shibuya was made famous by the movie "Lost in translation," which shot some of their scenes in rooms 601 an...
  • Karaoke no Tetsujin
  • ( Karaoke  / Shinjuku )
  • Box style Karaoke. In terms of number of songs, foreign songs included, this karaoke franchise is No. 1 in Japan. Locations in Ginza, Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Nakameguro. Food and drinks are available....
  • Karutaya
  • ( Japanese Sweets  / Ueno )
  • I'm crazy about Japanese sweets, though I acknowledge that they're probably not everyone's cup of tea. I like their mildly sweet nature. You'll often find anko, or red bean paste, in the center of Jap...
  • Kasai Rinkai Koen
  • ( Parks & Nature  / Kinshicho )
  • It's easy to forget that Japan is an island country if you're living in Tokyo. I've often heard it said that Tokyo harbor isn't exactly the body of water that you want to dip your toes in, anyway. How...
  • Kasoyo
  • ( Traditional Japanese , Japanese Sweets & Cafes , Japanese Goods  / Takadanobaba )
  • Kasuyo is the quintessential off-the-beaten-path cafe to which you bring family, friends or dates and impress them with your knowledge of Tokyo. Though it is located within a ten-minute walk from Meji...
  • Katane Bakery
  • ( Bakery  / Yoyogiuehara )
  • Cafe with full menu for breakfast and lunch and good selection of desserts in the afternoon.
  • Katsu Sei
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Shinjuku )
  • Katsu Sei is a home style tonkatsu restaurant near Shinjuku Gyoen. It has a very compact counter with only nine seats, as well as a few tables. The owner and his wife used to run a butcher shop. Kats...
  • Katsuhei: Tokyo
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Nihombashi )
  • This tonkatsu restaurant is popular because of its large portions and reasonable prices in an expensive area, taste and friendly service. The lunch set menu varies daily, but usually includes three d...
  • Katsuhei: Tsukiji
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Tsukiji )
  • This tonkatsu restaurant is popular with Ginza area employees because of its large portions and reasonable prices in an expensive area, taste and friendly service. The lunch set menu varies daily, bu...
  • Katsukichi
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Asakusa )
  • For those that enjoy a good fried katsu, this is the place to be! The owner is a legend in the world of miso katsu. He appeared in many TV shows testing the temperature of the hot oil with bare finger...
  • Katsukichi: Shibuya
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Shibuya )
  • This popular shop has been serving its traditional tonkatsu for more than 40 years. Descend a dignified stone staircase to face the basement entrance to the shop. The interior is set up like an old-...
  • Katsushika City Museum
  • ( Planetariums  / Kita-Senju )
  • This planetarium is located within the Katsushika City Museum. 360,000 stars are thrown onto the sky-dome with a new projector reinstalled in March 2007. The programs are always changing, so you're bo...
  • Katsuya: Ikebukuro
  • ( Fast Food , Tonkatsu  / Ikebukuro )
  • If Homer Simpson came to Japan, I think he would eat at least once at Katsuya. The specialty here is tonkatsu, deep-fried pork cutlets, and Katsuya's are pretty good for a fast food joint. The set...
  • Katsuya: Roppongi
  • ( Tonkatsu , Fast Food  / Roppongi )
  • katsuya has a giant picture menu outside tempting customers in. the place is a little more expensive than i'd like, but they do specialize in tonkatsu and i thought their's tasted pretty good. not all...
  • Kawa no hotoride
  • ( Izakaya  / Ginza )
  • Kawa no hotoride means “beside the river”in Japanese, and the restaurant literally has a 25m (82ft) river running through it. The restaurant, located a short walk from Ginza station, has a sophis...
  • Kawana
  • ( Teppanyaki / Hibachi  / Shimbashi )
  • Kawasaki
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ryogoku )
  • Kawasaki Daishi
  • ( Temples  / Gotanda )
  • Constructed in 1128, the grounds of Kawasaki Daishi are filled with a variety of Buddhist buildings, each exuding a dignified air. Many people come to pray for blessings and protection against car ac...
  • Kawashosoen
  • ( Fugu  / Tsukiji )
  • Kawashosen is the place to go if you want to entertain guests with an authentic ryotei style meal. Passing through the solemn gate, you be greeted by a kimono clad waitresses bowing deeply and kneeli...