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  • O-uchi Dental Clinic
  • ( Dentists  / Kichijoji )
  • O-uchi Clinic offers orthodontics, pediatric dentistry and tooth whitening with an emphasis on prevention, in an atmosphere that is pleasant for both adults and children.
  • Oakdoor
  • ( American , Teppanyaki / Hibachi , Steak  / Roppongi )
  • I definitely did not bring enough money with me when I went. The place has a great big selection of wines, a lot of them well overpriced. However, you are paying for ambiance and location. The plac...
  • Oakwood Residence Roppongi T-cube
  • ( Serviced Apartments  / Tameikesanno )
  • Oakwood Worldwide has been in business since 1960, and specializes in corporate housing, temporary housing, extended stay and serviced apartments.
  • Occidental Cars
  • ( Car Dealers  / Nakameguro )
  • Occidental Cars specializes in serving the automotive needs of the expat community. Road assistance in English available, as well as insurance and a wide selection of cars to choose from.
  • Odaiba Line
  • ( Water Busses  / Hamamatsucho )
  • Need a little break from the hustle and bustle of the Tokyo streets? Take a ride on one of the Suijo water buses. There are three different locations that you can take a boat to and just relax in the ...
  • Odaiba Seaside Park
  • ( Night View Spots  / Odaiba )
  • This area is big and open. In addition to a lot of shopping, there is a water park further down the island, as well as a maritime museum and a park. Odaiba is so big that to properly explore, rentin...
  • Oden-Myo: Yurakucho
  • ( Izakaya  / Ginza )
  • A small oden specialist located in the heart of the traditional yurakucho yakitori district.
  • 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...
  • Odeon Tokyo
  • ( Bars , Dance Clubs / Nightclubs , Rental Space  / Roppongi )
  • This is where the party people end up after having been to their various events of the night. It is listed as closing at 6:00am, but I seem to remember leaving at 7:30 after a new DJ had just come on...
  • Odette
  • ( Florists  / Daikanyama )
  • Oedo : Minami-Aoyama
  • ( Unagi  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • This is the Minami-Aoyama branch of the long-standing unagi restaurant "Oedo," based in Nihonbashi. Turning into an alley off of Aoyama Street, you come across a building that looks like something ou...
  • Oedo : Shinjuku
  • ( Conveyor Belt Sushi  / Shinjuku )
  • The Dai Edo can’t be beaten in terms of location, just a three-minute walk from the East exit of Shinjuku station, but that’s about the only category in which it comes out on top. The service lac...
  • Oedo Onsen Monogatari
  • ( Super Sentos , Onsen  / Odaiba )
  • This is an excellent spot to take your out-of-town guests for a 'dip' into the world of Japanese bathing. Set in a large indoor (dare I say Disney-like?) theme park, there are plenty of activities for...
  • Oedo: Ikebukuro
  • ( Conveyor Belt Sushi  / Ikebukuro )
  • Ooedo turned out to be much better than I expected-the fish was tasty, the chefs were funny and the atmosphere was upbeat unlike many dreary kaiten-sushi restaurants elsewhere. After taking my sea...
  • Oedo: Okachimachi
  • ( Conveyor Belt Sushi  / Ueno )
  • This reasonably priced conveyor belt is priced from 136 yen per dish. The most popular Sushi, Chuu Toro (medium fat tuna), is only 315 yen. They have a very clean and inviting atmosphere but it is not...
  • Oeuf: Roppongi
  • ( French  / Roppongi )
  • Oeuf is a French grill restaurant where premium cuts of meat and fresh fish find their way to a charcoal grill. The interior design is warm, thanks to the generous amounts of wood in display.
  • OFIN Japanese Language School
  • ( Japanese Language Schools  / Tameikesanno )
  • Although the unmarked office suite in downtown Akasaka gave me a little trouble at first, I was ushered in to the foyer by a charming lady who spoke competent English. She gave me a detailed brochure ...
  • Ogasawara Hakushakutei
  • ( Spanish  / Waseda )
  • Ogasawara Hakushakutei is based off of a spacious Spanish house established in 1927. The building is divided into a restaurant and bar/cafe area, with elegant furnishings. Only lunch courses (7,350yen...
  • Ogawa
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ichigaya )
  • OGGI
  • ( Desserts , Cafes  / Meguro )
  • Ogura
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ginza )
  • You may have heard of oden before arriving in Japan, or seen several ingredients floating in a bath soy sauce flavored broth at convenience stores. This traditional snack is popular with Tokyoites, a...
  • 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...
  • Oguraya
  • ( Art Galleries  / Nippori )
  • Ohara et Cie
  • ( French  / Hiroo )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Ohara et Cie one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. After polishing his skills for 8 years at Q.E.D. Club, a famous French restauran...
  • Ohara School of Ikebana
  • ( Classes-Japanese Flower Arrangement  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Unshin Ohara founded the Ohara Ikebana school in the late 19th century. He was the first person to develop the Moribana style, which later developed into the schools's approach to landscape design. Th...
  • Ohara's
  • ( French  / Others )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Ohara’s one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. The restaurant is decorated in hues of white, where the owner-chef serves French se...
  • Ohno
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ginza )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Ohno one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. The concept is to pair Japanese food with wine, and they do this in a small environment ...
  • Oiwake Dango
  • ( Japanese Sweets & Cafes  / Shinjuku )
  • Dango is basically mochi on a stick. Anything that's served on a stick is simply more appetizing. Oiwakedango is close to Maroichi city in Shinjuki, and it specializes in dango, though they have daifu...
  • Ojandon
  • ( Yakiniku , Others  / Okubo )
  • A traditional Korean restaurant specializing in Korean BBQ and Rei Men (cold noodles). Ojandon is 7 minutes from Seibu Shinjuku station. Ojandon has been featured in food magazines because it is one o...
  • Ojima
  • ( Japanese Goods  / Asakusa )
  • Ojima preserves a style of glass work that has its origins in the Edo period. All of their cut glass pieces are handmade. Apparently, they've been featured on Japanese TV shows and in several magazine...
  • Ojima Dental Clinic
  • ( Dentists  / Ichigaya )
  • The Ojima Dental Clinic offers general and cosmetic dentistry, check-ups and cleaning. They accept various insurance plans, including the Japanese National Health Insurance. Appointments required.
  • Ojory:Tokyo Yaesu Guchi
  • ( Yakiniku  / Tokyo Station )
  • In addition to yakiniku, Ojori offers more than 100 traditional Korean dishes, displaying photos of them on the menu. Make sure to make reservations because Ojori is always crowded with local business...
  • Okabe
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Asakusa )
  • Okada
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Shimbashi )
  • Okame
  • ( Izakaya , Traditional Japanese  / Yoyogiuehara )
  • Cozy oden restaurant housed in a traditional wooden house. Okame is easy to miss--look for a tiny wooden gate; the name is written on the lamp above it.
  • Okawari
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Roppongi )
  • Okawari is a cute cafeteria style restaurant. There are so many choices that there is something for everyone. I decided to chose the 3 item set meal. I got to chose 3 items from a selection of abou...
  • Okubo Deji: Shinokubo
  • ( Korean  / Okubo )
  • Great value for money. For only 2,500 yen you can get the Okubo set, which comes with chijimi (korean savory pancakes), stir-fried rice cakes and vegetables, grilled pork at your table, and lots of si...
  • Okura Oriental Art
  • ( Japanese Goods  / Azabu-juban )
  • Okura is a charming little Japanese antique store at the edge of Roppongi. It's run by a really helpful lady who speaks good English and is happy to explain any of her pieces to you. The store isn't v...
  • olive des olive
  • ( Clothing  / Ikebukuro )
  • This is an upscale clothing shop featuring the kind of outfits every Tokyo girl wears?flowery, stylish, and feminine. Unfortunately, that doesn’t leave a whole lot of room for individuality. The des...
  • Omakase Tei
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku , French  / Shibuya )
  • One of my Japanese friends made reservations for us at Omatasetai the other night. He was raving about the croquettes. Originally, croquettes came from France, but they're one of those fusion foods th...
  • Omata
  • ( Izakaya  / Ikebukuro )
  • Right next to the Ikebukuro Police Station is an izakaya where you can sample some delicious sake. Inside, there is a beautiful counter that seats 10, as well as tables which that seat about 5 people ...
  • Omoide Yokocho: Shinjuku
  • ( Yakitori , Landmarks & Historical Places  / Shinjuku )
  • Omoide Yokocho preserves the feeling of the 1950s, when the area was a black market and food stalls were abundant. This small alley is full of yakitori bars serving beer, sake and chicken. Great atmos...
  • Omotesando Hills
  • ( Shopping Malls , Landmarks & Historical Places , Architecture  / Harajuku )
  • There are some interesting stores in this Mall. There is a wine shop in the basement which has an automatic wine dispenser (by the glass if you have a member's card). There is a jewelry shop which i...
  • Onikake
  • ( Soba , Udon  / Shimbashi )
  • Onoden: Main Store
  • ( Consumer Electronics , Duty Free Shops , Souvenirs  / Akihabara )
  • Not so large as other DutyFree Shops near it, but have a lot of Eletronics. There are english and chinese staff in the last floor. The best of this place is the Price. First time I went inside it, a ...
  • Onyasai Shabu-shabu: Akasaka
  • ( Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki  / Tameikesanno )
  • I have never eaten raw egg. I have always been told, “Don’t eat raw egg.” I ate raw egg. At the shabushabu restaurant called Onyashi, I ate a delectable meal which surprisingly included raw egg....
  • Opippi
  • ( Udon  / Shimbashi )
  • Opippi is a tiny udon restaurant a few minutes walk from Kasumigaseki. I ducked in (literally) during lunch time and was greeted by a kind hostess sat me down facing another businessman at a tiny tabl...
  • Oraga Soba Shinshu : Shinjuku
  • ( Soba , Udon  / Shinjuku )
  • Authentic soba shipped from Shinshu is served at Oraga, located in the Shinjuku Isetan shopping center. Family friendly tables are available. There's usually a line out the door during mealtimes, stre...
  • Ore no Hamburg Yamamoto
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Ebisu )
  • I ate at Ore no Hambagu ("my hamburger") during one of the rainiest days this summer. The homely restaurant looked really inviting when I found it after nearly drowning in the rain, my pants...
  • Ore no Sora
  • ( Ramen  / Takadanobaba )
  • This wildly popular ramen shop is located next to Takadanobaba Station. There are times when the wait is more than 30 minutes, and on many nights, they've sold completely out of ramen and can only ser...
  • Oribe Style
  • ( Japanese Goods  / Roppongi )
  • Oribe Style is a modern, Japanese furniture store. There's also a small tea/shochu cafe inside the store, although the cafe customers didn't seem to be shopping for furniture. The styles are fairly co...
  • Oriental Bazaar
  • ( Japanese Goods  / Harajuku )
  • If you're in pursuit of the perfect souvenir from Japan, plan a stop at the Oriental Bazaar in Harajuku. The place has a reputation among foreigners as being a place where you can find both typical t...
  • ORIENTAL PRINCESS: Roppongi Hills
  • ( Thai  / Roppongi )
  • Oriental Princess is a swanky Thai restaurant inside the Roppongi Hills complex. Their style fuses Italian and Thai flavors, while the desserts are especially popular. The interior design was imported...
  • Origami Kaikan
  • ( One Day Experience  / Akihabara )
  • Even if you are a master of origami or think that it is something you do when you crumble up your scrap paper, you will enjoy coming to Origami Kaikan. When you walk in, you will find an origami store...
  • Origines Cacao
  • ( Cafes , Chocolate  / Jiyugaoka )
  • Yukihiko Kawaguchi is the head chef at Origines Cacao, a specialty chocolate store. He was accepted as a member or Relais Desserts, one of the most prestigious and selective associations of pastry che...
  • ORIX Rent A Car: Ark Hills
  • ( Car Rental  / Tameikesanno )
  • ORIX Rent A Car offers navigation systems in English in their vehicles. They have a wide range of cars available that should meet anyone's need. Their reservations website, however, is only in Japanes...
  • ORIX Rent A Car: Roppongi Hills
  • ( Car Rental  / Roppongi )
  • Orix Rent A Car offers navigation systems in English in their vehicles. They have a wide range of cars that will meet anyone's needs. Ask for their location at the information desk at Roppongi Hills b...
  • Osambashi Yokohama International Passenger Terminal
  • ( Night View Spots  / Yokohama )
  • The Osanbashi Yokohama International Terminal welcomes major cruise ships from all over the world. It is the largest dock for passenger carriers in Japan. The roof-top deck is open twenty-four hours...
  • Ostereria Il Gufoo
  • ( Italian  / Shibuya )
  • Ostereria Il Gufoo offers classic Italian dishes. It's located in the quieter side of Shibuya, near the Kon'no-hachiman Jinja. The chic and quiet interior seats about 30. The vegetables used here a...
  • Osteria Baccano
  • ( Italian  / Shibuya )
  • In the middle of the love hotel district in Shibuya lies Osteria Baccano. I stopped here with a friend by chance and ended up having a thoroughly delightful and reasonably priced meal. The menu allows...
  • Ostrea: Akasaka
  • ( American , Italian  / Akasaka )
  • I've never heard of another place where you can gorge on as many fried oysters as you can for 1,000 yen. This explains why Ostrea is so busy at lunch time, and why they need to keep refilling the oyst...
  • Otafuku: Asakusa
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Asakusa )
  • Otafuku has been in business for more than a century serving oden in Asakusa. The broth they use is a bit lighter than the traditional Tokyo broth, which makes their oden very light and easy to it. Th...
  • Otake Dental Office
  • ( Dentists  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Otake Dental Office offers the latest dental services, including cosmetic dentistry, regeneration therapy, and implants, fully explained in English.
  • Otawara Gyucho
  • ( American , Steak  / Azabu-juban )
  • This restaurant serves Otawara beef, one of Japanese finest labels. While this makes the prices a bit expensive, the characteristic of this beef is how it will melt in your mouth. The finest cut goe...
  • Oto
  • ( Bars , Rental Space  / Shinjuku )
  • Otomeyu Onsen
  • ( Super Sentos , Onsen  / Kinshicho )
  • Basic onsen, but with a good number of baths, including a rotemburo and sauna.
  • Otoya: Akasaka
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Tameikesanno )
  • Ootaya is a teishoku restaurant that defines mediocrity. Everything about this restaurant seems to be as normal as possible. The menu has all different sorts of food, that’s what defines a teishoku,...
  • Otoya: Harajuku
  • ( Fast Food , Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Harajuku )
  • This is the second Ootoya I've ever gone to. Like all other Ootoyas, the menu items offer a wide variety to choose from at a great price, so no arguments there. You order your food at the front of t...
  • Otoya: Okachimachi
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Ueno )
  • Otoya is a tradition Japanese tei-shoku (meal set) with a healthy twist: all items are conveniently tagged with a calorie count, and overly heavy or fatty sauces aren't used. The food was really delic...
  • Otoya: West Ikebukuro
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Ikebukuro )
  • I've gone to this Ootoya once, and I'll never come back again. The menu items, as with all other Ootoyas, are set by the Head Office, and are nicely displayed outside, which lured my BF and I inside....
  • Otsuka Park
  • ( Parks & Nature  / Iidabashi )
  • Otsuka Park isn’t the traditional gorgeous Japanese garden where you think fairies are going to pop right out of the trees. It is beautiful, no doubt, but it also doubles as a community center. Th...
  • Ougi
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Kichijoji )
  • Ours Inn Hankyu
  • ( Hotels  / Gotanda )
  • The Ours Inn Hankyuu Hotel definitely falls in the budget category at a mere 5,500 yen per night (single rooms only). It is a popular hotel, and its 830 rooms are often booked solid. The sweetest part...
  • Outback Bar & Grill: Shinagawa
  • ( Steak , American , Bars  / Shinagawa )
  • This is the Shinagawa branch of the world-famous Outback Steak House. The difference between the Steakhouse is that Bar & Grill has more "grown-up" atmosphere with down-lights, modern-Aboriginal arts ...
  • Outback: Roppongi
  • ( American , Steak  / Roppongi )
  • Outback says they are famous for their steaks, but in Japan, their best meals are not the steaks, which have been known to be tough. Their chicken plates, rib plates and prime rib dishes are excellen...
  • Outback: Shibuya
  • ( American , Steak  / Shibuya )
  • The first thing that will catch your eye when you enter this restaurant is the coziness of the atmosphere! Whether you're on a date or out with your family or friends, the atmosphere will make you fee...
  • Outback: Shinagawa
  • ( American , Steak  / Shinagawa )
  • This is the Shinagawa branch of the world-famous Outback Steak House. Other than the steaks, the menu also features interesting appetizers and desserts. All the ingredients are fresh and made to order...
  • Oyama
  • ( Yakitori , Izakaya  / Ueno )
  • 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...
  • Oyster Bar Tokyo
  • ( American  / Shinagawa )
  • One of the things I miss from the US (those who have lived on the west or east coast will know what I am talking about) is a restaurant with a full-range, fresh fish menu. This nostalgic adaptation o...
  • Ozaki
  • ( Sushi  / Azabu-juban )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Ozaki one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. The main specialty here is tuna, which they source daily from the Tsukiji market. Grill...