The popular 29ON members-only restaurant specializing in meat-based cuisine now has a location in Ginza, Tokyo! Enjoy original courses of sous-vide cooked meats that include top-quality wagyu beef.
Located in Odaiba, Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan "Mai" is one of the coolest collections of famous ramen shops in Tokyo. If you're on the hunt for a great place for lunch in Odaiba, this place should be on your radar!
Have you heard of kaisen don? It's a popular Japanese dish that is basically a bowl of sashimi on top of a bed of rice. If you like sushi, you'll love kaisen don! Make sure you try it while in Japan.
Try some of the best affordable chocolate sweets in Tokyo at Hi-Cacao in Daikanyama. You must try their signature Fondant Chocolat!
For some amazingly beautiful and tasty Chinese cuisine in central Tokyo, a good choice is definitely Ryutenmon in Ebisu.
Are you a fan of matcha? Searching for the best places in Tokyo to drink delicious matcha (and single-origin green tea)? If so, a trip to Satén in Tokyo's Nishi Ogikubo neighborhood needs to go on your list of cafes to try in Tokyo.
Craving some tasty affordable Mexican cuisine? Then you might be glad to know that Ginza now has its own Chronic Tacos restaurant!
If you'd like to try something completely out of the ordinary for Tokyo, consider going to this great Russian restaurant in Ebisu!
Looking for some hearty American burger in Shibuya? Then Fat Burger might be just what you are looking for! Located just a 1-min walk from the station's (Hachiko exit).
Monnan Gamja has rapidly become one of the most popular restaurants in Shin-Okubo because of its jaw-dropping cheese fondue dishes.
These five restaurants are all very popular because they offer delectable authentic Russian cuisine. All of them have amazing dinner courses under ¥6,000, and two of them have super affordable lunch sets as well (around ¥1,000).
Connoisseurs of yakitori agree that Edomasa is the real deal for an outstanding yakitori experience in Tokyo. The restaurant of long-standing serves succulent yakitori at a reasonable price too.
Okinawa soba is one of the soul foods for the people of Okinawa Japan, and one of the foods you must try while in Okinawa (or Tokyo!). What makes Okinawa's version of ramen special? read on to find out.
For something light, fresh-tasting and different, try Lemon Rice TOKYO's popular lemon rice bento. The shop is located just a 3-minute walk away from Shibuya station.
Ponzu is a Japanese sauce that is tart, umami-filled, and slightly salty. You might be wondering: What is ponzu made of? Is there a substitute? Can I make my own? Read on to learn more about ponzu and have all your questions answered! (A recipe is included at the bottom of the article)
For some great ramen in Harajuku - that is also vegan! - try Noodle Stand Tokyo. It is one of the most famous ramen joints in Harajuku, all genres included.
Have you tried this new kind of tea that is all the rage in many parts of the world? You can now have it in Ebisu, Tokyo, at Comma Tea.
Have you had Japanese fried chicken (karaage) before? It's boneless, bite-sized, seasoned to perfection, and might just be the best fried chicken you'll ever eat. One of the best spots for karaage in Ginza is a restaurant called 'Chawari,' which serves customizable karaage and tea-based alcoholic drinks. Check it out!
For a nice evening of delicious yakitori in Ebisu, Nakameguro Iguchi PIN is absolutely outstanding. The atmosphere is perfect, and you can even have some fine meat sushi as well.
Look no further if you want some delectable French toast. Bistro Favori in Daikanyama is the place to go. Their carefully made French toast is beautifully presented, incredibly fluffy, and addictively delicious.