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Zipangu ( Traditional Japanese, Cocktail Lounges, Sushi, Tempura, Teppanyaki / Hibachi, Chinese, Live Bars/Jazz Bars, Wine Bars / Akasaka )


Zipangu / Traditional Japanese / Tokyo
  • Zipangu is stylish restaurant that belongs to Nadaman, one of the most revered traditional Japanese restaurants in the country. Their approach is to combine Western influences with Nadaman's cuisine to create contemporary Japanese food that pairs with wine.

Kaiseki Ogi: Hiroo ( Traditional Japanese / Hiroo )


Kaiseki Ogi: Hiroo / Traditional Japanese / Tokyo
  • 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 only order the set menu of the day, Kaiseki Ogi also offers the option of ordering individually. On Saturdays they offer a cheaper set menu for families.
  • Itamae Gokoro Kikuura

  • Traditional Japanese ( Shinjuku )
  • This Japanese-style restaurant has counter seats and private rooms. The cooks slice fish, prepare noodles, and fry vegetables or fish(Tempura) in front of the counter seats. Watching the cooking pr...
  • Abe

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Tameikesanno )
  • I just had lunch there and I must say, it was a very pleasant experience. This minimalistic restaurant is so subtle that I missed it the first time and walked right by it. Keep your eye out for the...
  • 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...
  • Minokichi: Ikebukuro

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ikebukuro )
  • Traditional Japanese meets western heights. Minokichi is an extremely formal Japanese restaurant located on the 15th floor of a skyscraper. They exquisitely mesh the two together so when you are eatin...
  • Sankame

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( 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...
  • Gindako

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • This takoyaki shop serves the best takoyaki I've ever had in Tokyo. Unlike most stalls, you don't need to guess whether it is fresh or not. You can watch them make the takoyaki (and taiyaki, althoug...
  • Kumpu Hanarei

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Roppongi )
  • Walking around Ropongi, you would probably not realize the hidden jewel on the second and third floor of this common looking building. If you are adventurous and willing to experience authentic Japane...
  • 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...
  • Rokuhara

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • Rokuhara doesn't have a lunch menu - you just sit down and the chef serves you what he's cooking that day. It doesn't vary as much as you'd think, though - it's always kariage, sort of a cross betwee...
  • Nishiosan

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Shinjuku )
  • Nishio-san is one of the coolest people I know - so cool that he can name his restaurant after himself, not even bother to put up a sign, and force people to book tables a week in advance. Nishio-san...
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  • Komagata Dojou

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Shibuya )
  • Komagata Dozeu has been in business since the Edo Period of Japan in the traditional “downtown” of Tokyo called Asakusa (obviously benefiting from its prime location on the way to Sensoji Temple),...
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  • Totodon

  • Traditional Japanese, Fast Food ( Ebisu )
  • price: 390 en and up though there are pictures of the menu items, it's a little difficult to order as you must do it from one of those ticket machines. though, the owner is nice enough to point out...
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  • Kisoji: Jiyugaoka

  • Traditional Japanese, Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki ( Jiyugaoka )
  • If I were rating for food alone, this place would receive 5, perhaps even 5.5 stars. The lunch set I got came with many small dishes. There was mango tofu, noodles in ginger dressing, almond coated sh...
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  • Norabow

  • Udon, Traditional Japanese ( Tokyo Station )
  • I love Norabow! There are locations all around Tokyo and they are all pretty good. My favorite is the tori-ten oroshi udon. Cold, thick noodles covered with a large helping of grated radish, ging...
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  • Genya

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Yotsuya )
  • Genya offers some of the best set lunches in the Yotsuya area. The food is classic Japanese and the menu changes a little bit with the seasons. As you walk in there is a big tank with live fish that w...
  • Yanmo: Aoyama

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • While I've gotten used to restaurants being in the basement, but I haven't really accepted the fact that they can be really snazzy places yet. Yanmo is one of those places, but being in Omotesando, of...
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  • Anan

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Akasaka )
  • I’m a sucker for tofu, and as soon as I saw on the menu “freshly made tofu” at Anan, I knew what I’d be having for lunch. The tofu arrived still slightly warm from the coagulation process it ...
  • Kushiya Monogatari : Shinjuku

  • Izakaya, Traditional Japanese ( Shinjuku )
  • “Kushiage” literally means frying on sticks. It refers to the way in which you cook prepared pieces of fish or meat, or vegetables on sticks, by dipping them in flour and batter, and finally deep...
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