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Tokyo-to Restaurants

  • McDonald's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Every country has unique items at McDonald's and Japan is no different. We made it a point to visit McD's once during our trip and got to partake in these delicious Japanese items: - Ebi-O-Filet: Similar to a fish filet but made with "ebi" (Japanese for shrimp) pattie - Shaka Shaka: Special seasoning to add to fries - Green Tea McFlurry If you...

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  • Shinjuku Center Building

    Shinjuku Restaurants

    Dining Out .53 is one of the restaurants at the topmost part of Shinjuku Center Building. Its lunch cost 1,450 yen. Even though Japanese business people hate to dine for more than 1,000 yen under the tight budget, this place seems to be popular. The reason is semi all-you-can-eat style buffet. First you choose the core meal and the rest is limited...

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  • Yoshinoya

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Yoshinoya is Japan's most famous and popular beef bowl, or gyu-don, fast food restaurant. It is also cheap and quick, with pretty decent food. This restaurant was established in 1899 in Tokyo and was moved to Tsukiji fish market in 1923. Even in its earliest days, Yoshinoya was famous for the beef bowl. Starting in the 1950s, the restaurant...

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  • Keishoan

    Shinjuku Restaurants

    You're alone in Shinjuku and you're petrified at the thought of eating raw fish. Well, you don't have to. The best thing to eat over there is actually YAKITORI, a tasty, smoke-infused chicken kebab ,grilled over hot toasty coals. One taste of this goodie on a stick and you'll be transported to food haven. If you ask any Japanese salary man in...

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  • Sushizanmai

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Sushizanmai is a very reliable and affordable chain of sushi restaurants. There are over 30 in Tokyo alone. Most branches are decorated in a similar style of light-colored wood and hanging paper lanterns and offer both counter and table seating. Some use the 'sushi train' system. You can select a la carte, or for better value, meal sets are...

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  • New York Grill

    Shinjuku Restaurants

    Remember the film site for Lost in Translation? Well, if you can't afford to stay in that luxurious, I guess the next best thing you can do is to eat a champagne brunch in one of their spectacular restaurants. For Y5,800, you can have a nice Sunday brunch with a glass of champagne. It includes a main dish and a DESSERT buffet! Yum, for an even...

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  • Starbucks

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Starbucks has its best Tokyo location in Shibuya on the first and second floor of the Tsutaya music store directly across the street from Shibuya Station. Sure the coffee is good, and they have a few snacks. Even better is that Tsutaya allows you to drink your coffee while browsing music. However, the real draw here is that Starbucks has huge...

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  • Starbucks

    Shinjuku Restaurants

    In Shinjuku area it is not difficult to find Starbucks because there are dozens of them around Shinjuku Station. Whatever store you you go there may be lots of people there. Shinjuku 3-chome store is close to both Isetan Complex and Hanazono Shrine along the south side of Yasukuni Street.

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  • Gonpachi

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Other reviewer's comments: "One of the most expensive restaurants in Tokyo.." "So if you dare trying sushi or sashimi, Gonpachi has its best sushi in town." Both of these comments are rubbish. Gonpachi is overpriced, yes, but nowhere near being one of the most expensive restaurants in Tokyo. It's an izakaya, not a Michelin starred...

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  • Isohachi -Closed

    Shinjuku Restaurants

    There are many seafood restaurants in Shinjuku that needs no advertisements or maps. You can simply locate them by following the scent of freshly grilled prawns and fish ! Oiishi ! Bpacker's Shinjuku Page

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  • Street Food

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Taiyaki is a Japanese fish-shaped cake. It made using pancake or waffle batter poured into fish-shaped waffle iron molds and cooked on both sides to a golden brown. It's traditionally filled with red bean paste, made from sweetened azuki beans but it's common to find it filled with custard, chocolate, cheese, taro (purple sweet potato), and...

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  • Carne Station

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    OH MY! I had read about Carne Station prior to my trip to Tokyo in October '06. This was my third trip to Tokyo, and each time I go I become more comfortable getting around, and picking up a few key phrases and words along the way. I LOVE this city, BUT........... As usual for me, I seem to always be on a budget, but am a food snob. What a curse...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    In all my 13 years in Japan, I have never found a place that offers better food the American way with true American style than the Hard Rock Cafe. Not to mention the Hard Rock also has style going for it, a great lively atmosphere, cool music, and an awesome menu to choose from. There's also a Hard Rock Cafe in Yokohama. But, this one's bigger and...

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  • Homework's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Homework's is a famous Tokyo restaurant serving American style hamburgers, with two locations close together in Hiroo and Azabu Juban. The restaurant was established in 1985 "as Japan's first gourmet hamburger and sandwich restaurant," according to their takeout menu. We stopped at the Hiroo location one rainy evening in April. Since we arrived...

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  • Bikkuri Donkey

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Bikkuri Donkey is a small chain of "hamburg steak" restaurants that got its start in Japan's northern island of Hokkaido. In America, when you see a hamburger on a menu, you can be sure it comes on a bun, usually with some cheese and vegetables, and most often with a side of fries. In Japan, hamburgers, or "hambaagu," are much different. They are...

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  • Tsukiji Sushi-Iwa

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Tsukiji Sushi Iwa is a small sushi restaurant on the fourth floor of Narita Airport's Terminal 1. This sushi bar offers a selection of fresh seafood, presumably from Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. Four of us sat at the counter while awaiting a flight and we had a variety of tuna, salmon, and chirashi bowls with miso soup and beer for about 12,000...

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  • Mo Mo Paradise

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    The people who run MoMo Paradise also run this chain of restaurants called "Na Be Zo". The food is the same - shabu shabu or sukiyaki. We opted for shabu shabu (hotpot) and chose 2 kinds of meat, beef and pork. In my opinion, the beef slices taste better. You can also choose and add vegetables into the hotpot. There were 2 set deals - 1200 Yen...

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  • Mentsudan

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    It's like just off the main road, in a little alley. The place opens at 10am till ultra late night. They're very friendly (to us who can't speak Japanese), and it's a self-serve system. You tell the cook what you want (including which version of udon), he doles out the bowl of udon to you, you proceed to the yakitori section (if you want to add any...

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  • Roppongi Robataya

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Possibly the most unique restaurant I've been too. Robataya is very expensive but worth the trip. A rustic country wood atmosphere greets you in this posh district of Tokyo. And the entire staff greets you by yelling.... IRASSHAIMASE!! (welcome). You will never see a staff having as much fun. The cooks kneel by these open grills waiting for you to...

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  • Tachikawa

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    New Gyoza 1059 is a tiny restaurant just southeast of Tachikawa Station that sells nothing but gyoza, beer, sake, and a few side dishes. The gyoza are massive, very flavorful, and freshly made to order, on the premises. The restaurant was established in 1971, and it moved to its present location in 1998. Many westerners jokingly call this place...

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  • Matsuya

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Matsuya is a fast food outlet where you drop coins into a vending machine and choose the food you want. for those who can't read Japanese (like me), make sure you select an outlet that has vending machines that show pics of the food AND their prices, so you know exactly what and how much you are going to pay to eat. the Japs are so detailed to the...

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  • Beard Papa's

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Beard Papa is a popular chain pastry shop, one of which can be found just outside the south exit of Shibuya station near the Tokyu deptartment store entrance. These little desert snacks are baked fresh on the spot and another of my favorite "must have" foods when in Tokyo. Prices are 120 yen each. Cream Puffs

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  • Shinagawa Prince Hotel Food Court

    Tokyo Restaurants

    the hotel Shinagawa Price Hotel has a food court at the 2nd floor of the annex building (its a large hotel and has 3000 plus rooms ok!) and like typical japanese food courts, has assorted selections and the peculiar thing about the japanese food courts is that you pay for what you order at assorted vending machines in areas of the food court and...

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  • Okonomiyaki Asakusa Sometaro

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Best Okonomiyaki in Tokyo. If you do cannot understand Japanese writing, you would not think that this place is a restaurant from the outside. The facade of the building looks like it's a deserted and is no longer in use. As said, "do not judge a book by its cover". Anyhow, you have to wait in line before you can enter because the restaurant is...

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  • Yakitori Alley

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    I returned to Yakitori Alley on a chilly day in December 2012. We stopped at one of the first places along the train tracks (see map below), and we took a seat inside. The friendly waiter quickly brought us an English menu for us to peruse. We started our meals with two glasses of hot sake served in square lacquered rice boxes called masu. When we...

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  • Kyushu Jangara

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    The most memorable meal I had in Japan was in this little restaurant, Kyushu Jangara. It was the best ramen I have ever had in my entire life and I grew up going to the Japanese enclaves in Los Angeles! Kyushu Jangara specializes in Kyushu ramen, which was made famous by Hakata (now Fukuoka) in Japan. It's full of flavor and the noodles are perfect...

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  • Narita Airport

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Tatsu is a small restaurant located near departure gate 26 at Narita Airport's Terminal 1. I stopped here on a recent flight to Seoul, and enjoyed a big bowl of tempura udon noodles and a beer about about 1,600 Yen. Expensive, but a decent meal, and quick. The biggest drawback of this place is that they have only a few tables, so you might have to...

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  • Cafe Crepe Angel's Heart

    Tokyo Restaurants

    the wondrous harajuku crepes, very filling! It originated in the 1970's as a snack to japanese teens shopping in Harajuku for long hours and like they say, the rest is history! a basic harajuku crepe with just the cream filling is 350 yen and it goes up in price to 500 to 1,000 yen if you add toppings like fruits or chocolate or nata de coco and...

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  • Tempura Tsunahachi

    Tokyo Restaurants

    The best tasting tempura I ever had. Tempura are cooked infront of the customers. Live prawns, live eel, cuttlefish, smelt, vegetables, etc. For dessert, do not forget to try tempura ice cream - a scoop of ice cream inside a shell made of tempura batter. The thing I don't like the restaurant is the exhaust system. Smell of the food will stick to...

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  • Curry House Coco

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Japan's ubiquitous CoCo's Curry has a location just north of Shibuya Station, in a very lively shopping and nightlife neighborhood. We stopped here late one evening after drinking a few beers at the local pubs. Like other CoCo's Curry locations, the food is quick, tasty and cheap. The British introduced Japan to curry in the late 1800s, when...

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  • Ninja Akasaka

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    The atmosphere was the best part of the experience here. You're led through a winding passage by a ninja, then shown to your table. Ours was in our own personal room, I believe most of the tables are like this. Service was prompt and super friendly. Everyone but the magician spoke very good English. The food was amazing, if somewhat expensive. I...

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  • Sizzler

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Sizzler Salad Bar is locted West part of Shinjuku. Most of the people will have a slow stroll from Shinjuku Station to Sizzler. Before reaching Keio Hotel, you will see the Tokyo City Hall then mustn't forgat to turn to the right hands side. Salad Bar, all you can eat for only US15.

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  • Asian Kitchen

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    GAJALU RESTAURANT WAS JUST INFRONT OF THE MAIN GATE OF THE CHIBA UNIVERSITY. MY CHINESE FRIEND TOOK ME THERE FOR LUNCH, IT WAS VERY CROWDED. FOOD WAS SUPERB. VERY DELICIOUS. YOU CAN EAT INDIAN BREAD (NAAN) AND SAFFRON RICE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN EAT AT LUNCH AND DINNER IF YOU ORDER FROM THE SET MENU, I WAS REALLY AMAZED. REALLY GREAT. I WENT THERE 3...

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  • Curry Kitchen

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Curry Kitchen (カレキチ is pronounced "Kare-Kichi") serves a variety of Japanese Curry Rice. Its not expensive and quite nice. Oh for the love of God, will those people who complain that Japanese Curry is not "real" curry please shut up and pay some respect to other people's food and culture? Of course its not the same as...

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  • Abura Soba

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Abura Soba, which translates into "oil buckwheat noodles," is a small, but nice vending-machine restaurant with several locations in Tokyo. We recently stopped at the Jimbocho location after visiting the bookstores around the station. The narrow restaurant is modern and trendy, with a fancy black and red sign, brick exterior, and stone and...

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  • Bodeguita

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Bodeguita is not only famous with the Barbecue, grill chicken and other South American food, it is famous with the Salsa golden time. Some singers may perform to sing and the clients will dance at the dance floor.

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  • Siddique

    Tokyo Restaurants

    This restaurant belongs to an Indian & Pakistani restaurant chain which restaurants scattered around Tokyo. The one I went to is in Okubo, very close to (only a few steps away from) JR Okubo Station. After being in Japan for about 3 weeks eating non-spicy food (Japanese curry is considered "not so spicy" to me), I was awakened the second this...

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  • Raj Mahal

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Who could imagine that you could taste the gourmet food of India prepared only for its royalty for mere 1000 yen in Japan? (About $8 US) My husband who turned me on to this restaurant begged me not to tell about this restaurant to anybody. This restaurant is just awesome! As I said, for 1000 yen not only you can enjoy the finest Indian food but...

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  • Mos Burger

    2 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    This weekend, I grabbed my umbrella and walked around town in the rain, which is becoming a weekly tradition for me. I decided to hit MOS Burgers for dinner. Before I went, I did some research and discovered that MOS is an acronym that stands for Mountain Ocean Sun, and this chain, the second largest in Japan, was founded in 1972. They have about...

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  • Barbacoa

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    The people who created this restaurant brought with them a very festive Carnival spirit straight from Brazil. The festive atmosphere here turns every meal into a party and the excitement helps diners to continue to feed on simple but filling Brazilian buffet fare. The all-you-can-eat Viking dinner menu offer includes Churrasco sets at JPY3300. The...

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  • Doutor

    Tokyo Restaurants

    another local japanese coffee chain like UCC and is the main rival of Starbucks in Japan. Dotour Coffeehouse started in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture in 1980. The company currently has over 900 locations in Japan is a Japanese company that specializes in coffee roasting and coffee shop franchising. It was founded by Toriba Hiromichi who went to...

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  • Burger King

    Tokyo Restaurants

    Burger King is a relatively small American chain in Japan, when compared to McDonalds, Starbucks, KFC and several others. Many American fast food restaurants introduce items unique to the host country, such as rice burgers instead of regular hamburgers. In 2013 an d2014, Burger King has taken this unique food craze to a new level, with their...

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  • Sangokuichi

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    I went here with two other people and we all agreed the food was great. We also enjoyed our seats on the second floor overlooking Shinjuku. While we were reliant on a simple phrasebook for communication, we had no trouble ordering our meals, and the waiter was very patient and helpful. We were in Tokyo for part of our orientation before our summer...

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  • Tokyo Prince Hotel

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    The restaurant has a daily buffet breakfast of Japanese food. It is just one of 8 restaurants in Tokyo Prince Hotel. It has fresh sushi of salmon, white fish and other fish in season. Other seafood are also present either pickled or steamed or in omelettes. Of course the ever-popular softboiled eggs are there and other kinds of egg dishes you can...

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  • New York Grill

    5 out of 5 stars

    Tokyo Restaurants

    A trip to the New York Grill will make any trip to Tokyo a special one. Be sure to try the Brunch on a Sunday Morning. A little pricey but well, well worth it. Fantastic service, great view, fabulous food. The brunch consists of a glass of champagne, a buffet appetizer, your choice of main meal from a list of about six, dessert buffet and coffee or...

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