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  • ( French  / Shimbashi )
  • S Chiropractic Center
  • ( Chiropractic  / Roppongi )
  • Dr. Harada received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles. Dr. Harada specializes in neck, shoulder, back and hip problems, and also has experience t...
  • S Watanabe Color Print
  • ( Japanese Goods , Souvenirs , Antique Goods  / Shimbashi )
  • I think there's a tendency in the West to imagine Hokusai prints when the phrase "Japanese woodblock prints" is mentioned. There's so much more to the subject. S Watanabe has a fine collecti...
  • S.L.O
  • ( French  / Iidabashi )
  • I always go there with my friends who love wine very much because they have a lot of wines, especially California wine. The food is excellent and the wines are, of course, wonderful. The friendly ow...
  • SaamRoa
  • ( Thai  / Azabu-juban )
  • Saam Roa serves home-made Thai cuisine and the name comes from the Thai word meaning tricycle. When you enter their flashy entrance, you will feel like you have entered into someone’s Thai home. The...
  • Saboten: Tokyo
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Tokyo Station )
  • Saboten is a very typical, standard tonkatsu chain. Their price and quality is in line with Wako, another tonkatsu chain. And like Wako, they also serve their tonkatsu with sesame, which you grind to ...
  • Sacchan
  • ( Okonomiyaki, Monja  / Akasaka )
  • Sacchan attracts Hiroshima natives living in Tokyo for their orthodox rendition of Hiroshima-yaki -- Hiroshima's alternative to Kansai's okonomiyaki. The restaurant is small and run by a couple. Take ...
  • Sadaharu Aoki Paris: Marunouchi
  • ( Bakery , Cafes , Japanese Sweets & Cafes  / Ginza )
  • I went to this dessert shop/cafe for my birthday with my boyfriend. Immediately, we were bathed in a sense of eloquence and refinement, not only from the interior design of the cafe, but also from th...
  • Sadaharu Aoki Paris: Tokyo Midtown
  • ( Cafes , Japanese Sweets & Cafes , Bakery  / Roppongi )
  • I want to like Sadaharu Aoki more than I did. His store is fun; the music is upbeat and modern, his cakes colorful and bright, and the level of baking is high. But, when somebody announces him/herself...
  • Saharaya
  • ( Izakaya  / Ueno )
  • Saharaya is a traditional yakitori (chicken skewers) izakaya where the menus are written on the wall, and the alcohol is never too expensive. Try ordering hoppi (a mix of shochu and a beer-like drink)...
  • Saikyo An Kichiyu
  • ( Soba  / Shinjuku )
  • The soba chef who works at Saikyo An Kichiyu is often featured on TV and in magazines. Only ingredients from Fukushima prefecture are used in making this authentic soba. The Japanese atmosphere has a ...
  • Saintmarc Cafe Choco Cro
  • ( Cafes , Bakery  / Yotsuya )
  • ChocoCro is a small shop on Shinjuku-dori near Yotsuya Station. It serves some gourmet drinks and desserts, but what it’s known for is chocolate croissants (hence its name: ChocoCro). You can buy a ...
  • Saishin-ji Temple
  • ( Temples  / Sugamo )
  • Saishin-ji Temple is rather small and crowded with nature despite being on a fairly busy street. The temple is directly in front of the entrance (blocked from sight by some overgrown trees) but the pa...
  • Saishoku Kenbi
  • ( Vegetarian & Healthy  / Okubo )
  • Often featured on Japanese television for its novel style of vegetarian food, Saishoku Kenbi uses mostly soy products, such as tofu and yuba, as well as konjac, a yam paste. Both lunch and dinner are ...
  • Saitama-ya Ni Go Ten: Shinjuku
  • ( Yakitori  / Shinjuku )
  • There are two branches of Saitama-ya inside Omoide-yokocho. This is the second location. They serve a good collection of grilled dishes, as well as oden and sashimi. The grilled saba (mackarel) and pi...
  • Saizeriya
  • ( Italian  / Ikebukuro )
  • There was nothing too special about this Saizeriya, it was just everything you would expect. It is easy to find on the east side of Ikebukuro. The service was good and the atmosphere was relaxing. ...
  • Saizeriya
  • ( Italian , Family Restaurant , Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Shibuya )
  • The food is cheap and due to a recent issue with melamine being found in their pizza dough, I know that I'll never be going back. Sure the food is edible and cheap, but what is the real cost?
  • Saizeriya: Odaiba
  • ( Italian , Family Restaurant  / Odaiba )
  • Whenever I'm in the mood for Italian food, I always want to go to a Saizeriya. The prices are really good and you actually get full after the meal. I even went to Saizeriya with an Italian once and ...
  • Saji Animal Hospital
  • ( Pet Hospitals/Veterinarians  / Jiyugaoka )
  • The Saji Animal Hospital offers medical services, a pet hotel and grooming.
  • Sakakibara Kinen Clinic
  • ( Clinic-Others  / Others )
  • Sakakibara kinen clinic is devoted to heart medicine. They don't offer general medicine. While few of their patients are foreign, a high level of English is spoken at the clinic. Even the receptionist...
  • 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,...
  • Sakanatei
  • ( Izakaya , Sake & Shochu Bars  / Shibuya )
  • Sakanatei is an Izakaya that specializes in Sake. They have a strong list that is always changing, and which showcases the best of each season. They also have their own original sake. The food is disp...
  • Sakanobori
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ginza )
  • This chanko restaurant is owner by Sagaryu, a former Sumo wrestler. It includes several private rooms, so you can brings a party of up to 40 to this traditional Japanese cuisine. No English menu is ...
  • Sakata
  • ( Udon  / Ginza )
  • When I find a restaurant with a line trailing out the door, I assume that I've found a good spot. It's kind of a common sense rule, but it doesn't always hold. I went to Sakata, and indeed had to wait...
  • 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...
  • Sake Liquor Wine: Tokyu Food Show Shibuya
  • ( Liquor , Sake  / Shibuya )
  • I'm a sucker for Chilean wine. I'm Chilean, which explains the bias, but I genuinely like it. Also, it tends to fit my budget since I don't have loads of yen to throw out for Grand vin de Bourdeaux. ...
  • Sakura
  • ( Super Sentos  / Sugamo )
  • Sakura, a super sento named “cherry blossom,” uses natural water fed from a spring 1800 meters below ground. You can enjoy one of the nicest super sentos in the city at a relatively low price. In...
  • Sakura
  • ( Super Sentos , Onsen  / Sugamo )
  • A classy onsen with beautiful baths and a number of services, like akasuri, gamban-yoku, and a kid’s room. A free shuttle bus runs to and from Sugamo station a few times an hour.
  • Sakura Hostel: Asakusa
  • ( Hostels  / Asakusa )
  • Sakura Hostel is one of Tokyo's largest budget accommodation spots. The building was completed in 2006, and features clean and new interiors. A 24 hour front desk, no curfews, English speakers on staf...
  • Sakura Hotel: Hatagaya
  • ( Hostels  / Yoyogiuehara )
  • Sakura Hotel Hatagaya is located near Shinjuku station, and has been recommended by the Lonely Planet as a good place to stay in Tokyo. Affordable rates and a complimentary breakfast seal the deal.
  • Sakura Hotel: Ikebukuro
  • ( Hostels  / Ikebukuro )
  • Ikebukuro is the largest hotel of the Sakura group. The hotel has 92 rooms, and they welcome solo travelers and big groups alike (you can even book a whole floor!). Easy access to anywhere in Tokyo.
  • Sakura Hotel: Jimbocho
  • ( Hostels  / Jimbocho )
  • Sakura Hotel Jimbocho is part of the Sakura group, which is one of Japan's largest operators of budget accommodation and housing for foreigners. The Jimbocho location is close to Akihabara, the Imperi...
  • Sakura House
  • ( Apartments / Real Estate Agencies  / Shinjuku )
  • I think Sakura House is the biggest Real Estate agancy and they provide good service. The price may be a bit high but if you are looking for a well-managed and maintained place without any tourble, Sa...
  • Sakura International School (SIS)
  • ( Preschools / International schools / Kindergartens  / Hiroo )
  • We've been one of the SIS families since my child is 2yrs old and we are very happy that she has been enjoying going to school everyday. All the Arts and Crafts she brings home are very CUTE and the t...
  • Sakura Tei
  • ( Okonomiyaki, Monja  / Harajuku )
  • The benefits of Sakura-tei are twofold. First the is extraordinarily cheap all you can drink option, something like JPY1250 for 1.5h or 2hrs. The second is the variety of okonomiyaki and monjyayak...
  • Sakura ya: Shibuya
  • ( Consumer Electronics  / Shibuya )
  • Sakuraya is a major discount home electronics chain with over 20 stores around Tokyo. Sakuraya Shibuya sells all sorts of electronics, with digital cameras, computers and other electronics at a discou...
  • Sakura:Otemachi
  • ( Izakaya  / Tokyo Station )
  • Sakura is a bit upscale from izakaya mainstays like Watami or Tengu. People come for the Japanese atmosphere and traditional wood decor. It's a great place to hold a Japanese style party - there are p...
  • Sakuragawa
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Nihombashi )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Sakura-gawa one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. Named after the chef's hometown, the restaurant offers a western-style dinning ro...
  • Sakuraya: Ikebukuro
  • ( Consumer Electronics  / Ikebukuro )
  • This is a pretty good electronics store which you'll probably notice for it's abundance of really high tech looking phones on the ground level which is mostly open-front. This is where I purchased my ...
  • Sakuraya: Shinjuku
  • ( Consumer Electronics  / Shinjuku )
  • Sakuraya is a major discount home electronics chain with over 20 stores around Tokyo. Sakuraya Shinjuku Higashiguchi (east exit) sells all sorts of electronics, with digital cameras, computers and oth...
  • Sakurazaka
  • ( Ramen  / Shibuya )
  • This is a small counter-only ramen shop. The counter is made entirely of wood with a natural finish, giving the inside of the shop an air of tidiness and cleanliness and making it a shop even the most...
  • Sala Azabu
  • ( Furniture Rental , Interior Design & Furniture  / Hiroo )
  • Salathai
  • ( Thai  / Shibuya )
  • Salathai means place of relaxation in Thai. Although the restaurant isn't very large, the interior is completely lined with glass, giving it a free and open atmosphere. The menu centers on home-styl...
  • Salsa Cabana
  • ( Mexican  / Yotsuya )
  • I like Mexican food a lot and I like the atmosphere of Salsa Cabana but the food is not that impressive and a little bit pricey considering the small portions at dinner time. The lunch specials are wo...
  • Salsa Caribe
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Roppongi )
  • Salsa Caribe offers lessonw for beginners and up. If you go on a weekend, you'll forget you're in Tokyo because so many foreigners come to enjoy dancing salsa.
  • Salsa Copacabana
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Roppongi )
  • Copacabana lacked the atmosphere of the other latin clubs in Roppongi. Cafe Latino is still a better choice for me, partly because they mix the music a little more. Copacabana was an endless loop of...
  • Salsa Sudada
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Roppongi )
  • This is a nice place to dance it out to latin tunes. The music at changes between sets of merengue, salsa and bachata, which makes for a nice change in beats and rythms. The crowd when I went was over...
  • Salsita: Hiroo
  • ( Mexican  / Hiroo )
  • I have been going to Salsita for several years, starting back when it was located in Ebisu next to the train tracks. Nonetheless, this is one of the best Mexican restaurants in Tokyo and I always...
  • Salt
  • ( Australian  / Tokyo Station )
  • I have eaten at Salt twice now and thoroughly enjoyed it each time. Service is in English and the menu appears to be similar to Salt's Australian menu. All the wines are from Australia, which is great...
  • Salut
  • ( French  / Ebisu )
  • Salut!
  • ( Interior Design & Furniture  / Ikebukuro )
  • If you are a fan of things wicker, this is your shop. It sells wicker furniture, home accessories, and even wicker purses! We had to drag my wicker-loving friend away from it!
  • Salvatore Trattoria Pizzeria Bar
  • ( Italian , Wine Bars  / Nakameguro )
  • One of the first restaurants approved by the Margarita Regina Association for its authentic Neapolitan pizza, Salvatore is located a minute walk from Nakameguro Station. Salvatore can be enjoyed in tw...
  • Samukawa Jinja
  • ( Shrines  / Machida )
  • The Samukawa Jinja is famous as the only Jinja in Japan dedicated to the belief of "Happojo" (Protection from all Eight Directions). You can feel the weight of time across the spacious grounds,;the T...
  • San shuya
  • ( Izakaya , Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Ginza )
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  • Sanaka
  • ( Sushi  / Harajuku )
  • Honestly I want to keep this hidden restaurant secret, but at the same time I want many foreigners to know a real good one in Tokyo. That's why I decided to post this review on Sunnypages.jp. You'll ...
  • Sanbyakuya
  • ( Yakiniku  / Shibuya )
  • This popular yakiniku shop is always crowded. The meat is always extremely fresh, and you get a lot of bang for your buck. Its variety meat (edible organs and offal) as well as its meat is delicious....
  • Sandaime Marusuke
  • ( Ramen  / Shinjuku )
  • I had a little trouble finding this ramen restaurant. I asked another store in the area but they didn't know it, but a nice Japanese man overheard me asking and then volunteered to show me the way! ...
  • Sandaya Honten Yasuragi no Sato
  • ( American , Steak  / Yoyogi )
  • Dine on fine Japanese steak and watch live Piano, koto (Japanese harp), and flute performances at Sandaya Honten. The flagship restaurant, Arima Nouraku Dou, is in Mita, Hyougo. Sandaya Honten has ver...
  • Sankame
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / 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...
  • Sankeien
  • ( Japanese Gardens , Landmarks & Historical Places  / Yokohama )
  • My family was at the Sankeien during the last cherry blossom period. We were a week early but we could already witness the beginning of the sakura blossoming. It was a sight to behold. Many folks were...
  • Sanno Hospital
  • ( General Hospitals , Internal Medicine , Allergy & Immunology  / Akasaka )
  • Sanrio Puroland
  • ( Amusement Parks  / Tachikawa )
  • Sanrio Puroland is an indoor theme park where dreams comes true when children can meet the Sanrio characters such as Hello Kitty, Cinnamoroll and My Melody. Wonderful attractions, full-scale musicals,...
  • Sanrio Shop : Shinjuku
  • ( Kids & Infants , Souvenirs  / Shinjuku )
  • This is the must-visit place for the Kitty-can lover, like me. The largest Kitty-can in the world welcomes you at the entrance. Once you enter, you will find a lot of Kitty-things such as clothing, ...
  • Sans Le Sou
  • ( French  / Kichijoji )
  • I didn't really enjoy my recent lunch at San Le Sou. Not because of the food or the service, but because my dining partner happened to be undergoing a bout of nausea, which I trust was not brought on ...
  • Sanseido: Jimbocho
  • ( Bookstores  / Jimbocho )
  • Sanseido is a 7 story bookstore that is more typical of an American bookstore because it has several different types of media. The most pertinent thing to know is that they do have a reasonably large ...
  • Sant Pau: Tokyo
  • ( Spanish , Wine Bars  / Nihombashi )
  • The Tokyo 2008 Micheling guide awarded Sant Pau two stars, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. Chef Carme Ruscalleda is the only woman in Spain to have received three Michelin s...
  • Santa Fe
  • ( Relocation/Concierge Services  / Tameikesanno )
  • Santoka:Nihombashi
  • ( Ramen  / Nihombashi )
  • Santoka Nihombashi is one of the most famous Santoku franchises, which originated in Sapporo. Salt or miso based ramen is the most popular, plus char siu (Chinese style barbecued pork) as a topping.
  • Santon
  • ( Chinese  / Yokohama )
  • I have had the pleasure of lunch at Santou several times and most recently after a recent business meeting in Yokohama. It is a small, slightly dingy but authentic Chinese restaurant (including a seat...
  • Sanuki Komachi Udon: Akasaka
  • ( Udon  / Akasaka )
  • Sanuki Komachi obviously caters to customers who are in a hurry. The restaurant basically a small cafeteria that offers only tempura, udon and onigiri. There are baskets of tempura and onigiri. You si...
  • Sapporo Junren
  • ( Ramen  / Takadanobaba )
  • My roommate lived in Fukuoka for a while and is partial to tonkotsu ramen (pork bone soup, which is famous in Fukuoka and Kyushu; head to Ippudo ramen to give it a try). We often argue when we go out ...
  • Sarahbrand
  • ( Clothing , Select Shops  / Ikebukuro )
  • The amazingly realistic dog stationed just outside Sarahbrand definitely scared the living daylights out of my friend and me. Despite this formidable guardian, however, we persevered, curious, into th...
  • Sarashina no Sato
  • ( Soba  / Tsukiji )
  • Since it opened in 1899 this soba restaurant has been popular for its handmade noodles. In addition to soba a nabe set course is a popular dinner choice and includes soba-gaki (a solid soba based dis...
  • Sasada
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Shimbashi )
  • The Tokyo Michelin Guide 2008 awarded Sasada one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. A husband-and-wife operation, this small restaurant only features counter seats in a w...
  • Sasagin: Yoyogi
  • ( Izakaya , Sake & Shochu Bars  / Yoyogiuehara )
  • Sasagin is a prime destination for those looking to try a lot of different sake without breaking the bank. The owner, Narita-san, is extremely knowledagable and speaks some English. You can order a fu...
  • Sasama
  • ( Japanese Sweets & Cafes  / Jimbocho )
  • Sasanoyuki: Uguisudani
  • ( Traditional Japanese , Vegetarian & Healthy  / Nippori )
  • Sasanoyuki dates back to the Edo period in the 1800s, when a tofu maker opened it. Nowadays it has become an institution for tofu-dining, and the low prices make it even more popular.
  • Sasao
  • ( Izakaya  / Shibuya )
  • Sasashige
  • ( Teppanyaki / Hibachi  / Hiroo )
  • Sato Musen:
  • ( Consumer Electronics  / Akihabara )
  • This store is within great convenience of the station, just on the left side of the main central Akihabara town exit. I guess this store caters for the mainstream audience since its main products are ...
  • Satonoyado
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Kichijoji )
  • A teishoku restaurant specializing in fish. Satonoyado's menu features items like sashimi, fried fish, and teriyaki, and changes daily.
  • Satsuma Ushinokura
  • ( Yakiniku  / Hiroo )
  • Ushino Kura is one of the outstanding Yakiniku restaurants in Japan, consistently ranking high in Yakiniku rankings because they only serve high quality Satsuma (Kagoshima Prefecture) Beef. The price...
  • Sauna Hotel Sekitei
  • ( Capsule Hotels  / Akihabara )
  • The check-in time of Sauna Hotel Sekitei is conveniently set at 10am. The hotel will keep your bags while you spend your day wandering in the city. Check-out time is also generously set at noon, let...
  • Savoy
  • ( Italian  / Roppongi )
  • good taste and price! and kind staff
  • Sawaki
  • ( Tempura  / Ebisu )
  • Sawarabi
  • ( Soba  / Ginza )
  • A charming, thoroughly Japanese restaurant. However, be careful-there is no English or picture menu, nor does the server speak English. However, if you can get past the language barrier, this hole-in-...
  • SaY Akibabara
  • ( Game Arcades  / Akihabara )
  • My first impression of this place is very pink, and upon entering there is even more pink. Here’s the place where you can exercise your thumbs and fingers and those good old reflexes, as you pump aw...
  • Sazanka
  • ( Teppanyaki / Hibachi  / Tameikesanno )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Sazanka one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. Located on the 11th floor at the Okura hotel, Sazanka is a popular tepppanyaki restau...