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  • Ostrea

  • Oyster Bars ( Roppongi )
  • An oyster bar with an impressive variety of Japanese oysters as well as fresh oysters from around the world. A full menu is also available, focusing on pasta and seafood; with wine list is impressive ...
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  • Grand Central Oyster Bar

  • Oyster Bars ( Shinagawa )
  • Tokyo's first branch of the famed New York oyster bar, Grand Central features oysters from Japan and around the world, served by piece, in platters, and cooked in a variety of ways. Non-oyster options...
  • Ostrea: Akasaka

  • American, Italian, Oyster Bars ( Akasaka )
  • Ostrea is an oyster bar that stocks upwards of ten different varieties from Japan and the world. At lunch time they offer a buffet lunch featuring fried oysters.
  • English menu
  • Maimon: Ebisu

  • Oyster Bars ( Ebisu )
  • Maimon is an oyster bar that offers upwards of 30 varieties of oysters. You can have them raw, boiled, grilled, fried and many other ways. If oysters are not your thing, Maimon also does grilled items...
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  • Oyster Bar Jackpot

  • Italian, Oyster Bars ( Shinagawa )
  • Oyster bar meets Italian restuarant at Oyster Bar Jackpot, one of the many establishments belonging to the successful Jackpot group of restaurants. Mostly Japanese oysters served raw by the piece and ...
  • Gumbo and Oyster Bar

  • Oyster Bars ( Shinjuku )
  • Fresh oysters by the piece and in platters with a full menu of cooked oysters and side dishes. Dinner and lunch courses also available.
  • Gumbo and Oyster Bar

  • Oyster Bars ( Ikebukuro )
  • Fresh oysters by the piece and in platters with a full menu of cooked oysters and side dishes. Dinner and lunch courses also available.

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