• Sushi Restaurants

    Sushi is the most famous Japanese meal. The price varies a lot by types of establishments. Those with sushi dishes circulated on a conveyer belt are usually more casual and cheaper. Sushi can be prepared with either brown or white rice. Sushi is often prepared with raw seafood, but some common varieties of sushi use cooked ingredients or are vegetarian

  • Yakiniku Restaurants

    Yakiniku (焼き肉 or 焼肉), meaning "grilled meat", is a Japanese term which, in its broadest sense, refers to grilled meat dishes. "Yakiniku" originally referred to the "barbecue" of western food. Check out our top ten recommended Yakiniku restaurants in Tokyo, Japan.

  • Tokyo Craft Beer Bars


  • Yakitori Restaurants

    Yakitori-ya are traditionally small restaurants or stands that grill yakitori to order over charcoal, to be consumed alongside alcoholic beverages (usually beer or shōchū) in the evening. These establishments are known for their informal and convivial atmospheres, and are popular gathering places particularly for young people and office workers on their way home.

  • Tokyo Vegan Restaurants

    From Bagna Cauda to vegetable terrines. Here is our list of vegan restaurants in Tokyo, Japan.

  • Tokyo Unagi Restaurants

    Unagi restaurants usually keep tanks full of live eels, and they don't begin preparing your eel until after you've ordered.

  • Tokyo Coffee Shops
  • Tokyo Teppanyaki Restaurants

    Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. The word teppanyaki is derived from teppan which means iron plate, and yaki which means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried. Modern teppanyaki grills are typically propane-heated flat surface grills and are widely used to cook food in front of guests at restaurants

  • Tokyo Udon Restaurants
  • Tokyo Fugu Restaurants

    Fugu (blow fish) cuisine is one of the most expensive meal in Japan which are artistically prepared in sashimi form, or in a soup.

  • Tokyo Ramen Shops

    Ramen is a Japanese noodle soup dish that consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in a meat- or fish-based broth, often flavored with soy sauce or miso, and uses toppings such as sliced pork, dried seaweed, kamaboko, and green onions.

  • Tokyo Okonomiyaki Restaurants
  • Tokyo Kaisendon Restaurants

    Kaisen Don is a Rice Bowl which some different Sashimi are placed on Sushi Rice.

  • Tokyo Tempura Restaurants
  • Tokyo Teishoku Restaurant

    Restaurants that specialize in meal sets are called “teishoku-ya”. Meal sets are often available at local eating establishments and family restaurants at a reasonable price. A typical meal set includes rice, miso soup, a main dish, a side dish, and pickled vegetables.

  • Tokyo Soba Restaurants

    In Japan, soba noodles are served in a variety of settings: they are a popular inexpensive fast food at railway stations throughout Japan, but are also served by expensive specialty restaurants. There are many soba restaurants, each with different soba, condiments, and dipping sauce.

  • Tokyo Shabu-shabu / Sukiyaki Restaurant
  • Tokyo Kaiseki Restaurants

    Kaiseki or kaiseki-ryōri (懐石料理?) is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. The term also refers to the collection of skills and techniques that allow the preparation of such meals.

  • Tokyo Cafes


  • Tokyo Izakaya