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Nihonbashi

Hirata Bokujo - Tonkatsu: Nihonbashi
The gourmet tonkatsu here is made from tasty premium hybrid pork from a small farm in Yamagata. Katsu sets are priced Y1400-2500, and full-course pork shabu-shabu dinners are Y4500-7500. Lunch...
Ishingo Yong-Jiang - Chinese: Nihonbashi
This stylishly decorated upscale Chinese restaurant specializes in seafood and duck dishes (including Peking Duck).
Sai Ka Bo - Korean: Nihonbashi
Traditional and authentic Korean cuisine, ranging from simple "home-style" cooking to more elaborate banquet fare. Full-course dinners are priced Y3000-8000.
Thong - Thai: Nihonbashi
A branch of a popular Thai chain. Lunch is served until 4pm.
Maison Kayser - Bakery: Nihonbashi
Excellent breads and pastries are available to take out, or you can stop for a pastry and an espresso in the lobby seating area. There's also a nice lunch menu, priced at Y1200 and Y1600.
Sant Pau - Spanish: Nihonbashi
Serious Catalan cuisine in this fancy Tokyo branch of Chef Carme Ruscalleda's famous Barcelona restaurant. The tasting menu is Y21,000, and main dishes run around Y7000 each. (The lunchtime "quick...
Nantenyu - Chinese: Nihonbashi
Simple, authentic Chinese fare prepared by native chefs in no-frills surroundings. The selection of ten lunches starts at around Y750, and portions are large. (Mabo dofu and shrimp and egg are...
Liege-Guillemins - Belgian rest/beer bar: Nihonbashi
An outlet of a popular chain of European-style cafe-bars specializing in Belgian beers, Liege serves four beers on draft and several dozen more by the bottle. In addition to the usual mussels and...
Bacchus - Beer bar: Nihonbashi
Bacchus offers a good selection of Japanese craft beers, with rotating guest beers and one hand pump for real ales. They also stock around 25 bottled beers, again mostly Japanese. The small space...
Zero - Izakaya: Nihonbashi
The atmosphere is relaxed and the staff are friendly at this small, well-hidden drinking spot. They specialize in shochu and appropriate snacks - Kyoto-style pickles, Korean chijimi pancakes and uni...
Otako Honten - Oden: Nihonbashi
Gourmet oden is the specialty here, but they also serve up yakitori, kushiage and sashimi, with full-course dinners from Y2800. Drinks include a decent assortment of sake, shochu and plum wines.
Fujinokuni Yamanashi-kan - Antenna shop: Nihonbashi
Yamanashi is Japan's most productive winemaking region, and you'll find a good selection of local wines at this prefectural antenna shop, along with specialty food products such as fruit jams and...
Oidemase Yamaguchi Kan - Antenna shop: Nihonbashi
Yamaguchi Prefecture is famous for its fugu, and you can buy frozen fugu sashimi here in various sizes (Y980-Y3150) to enjoy at home. Other local products on sale include a good selection of sake,...
Le Cafe de Joel Robuchon - Cafe: Nihonbashi
Deluxe sandwiches and desserts from famous French chef Joel Robuchon.
Antwerpen - Belgian rest/beer bar: Nihonbashi
A tiny, charming Belgian beer bar with a small selection of brews, including the city of Antwerp's own De Koninck on tap. There's not really a food menu, but you can order pizza (from Pizza LA) or...
Merveille - French: Nihonbashi
A branch of the popular Au Gout du Jour restaurant in Kojimachi, "au gout du jour" could be their tagline as well, as they pride themselves on their beautiful fresh vegetables and other seasonal...
Franziskaner - German: Nihonbashi
Hard-to-find German beers, German wines, and assorted snacks are on offer at this branch of the small Franziskaner chain. The meat-heavy food menu is more interesting and diverse than might be...
Yukari - Japanese: Nihonbashi
Nihonbashi Yukari serves magnificent seasonal Japanese cuisine in a casual, relaxed settting. And while dinner might set you back Y10-20,000 with drinks, lunch is an amazing bargain. Regular...

Tokyo station

Rikyu - Yoshoku: Yaesu
Good charcoal-grilled beef tongue from this Sendai-based chain. You'll also find beef-tongue curries, stews, sausages and other yoshoku-style dishes, along with regional sake from Miyagi Prefecture....
Hasegawa Saketen - Bar: Yaesu
There's no sake menu at this small counter-bar, so it can be a little intimidating for sake novices. If you know what you like though you can find some interesting limited-edition sakes here - just...
Le Collier - Retail: Yaesu
Located at the Marunouchi end of the Grandsta complex inside Tokyo station (near the NeX tracks), Le Collier carries a huge selection of 130 different Japanese craft beers, making it a very...
BarBAR Tokyo - Beer bar: Yaesu
The food menu here is billed as "homemade deli" - grilled octopus, yakisoba, hot dogs, prosciutto - with most items priced at Y500. But you're really here for the beer - an impressive selection of...
Ojori - Korean: Yaesu
A beautifully decorated dining room, with separate hori-kotatsu and table seating areas. The menu is authentic home-style Korean, with lots of hearty stews for groups (starting at around Y3000),...
Rakan - Oden: Yaesu
They simmer two different styles of gourmet oden here - in miso broth and in dashi broth. Assorted platters of either type are Y1500, and full-course dinners featuring sashimi, tofu, broiled fish,...
Ryutan - Okinawan: Yaesu
This stylish space is decorated in a rustic island motif, with stone floors and walls and polished wooden latticework. The food is quite tasty and authentic, with plenty of daily specials...
Shigenoi - Yakitori: Yaesu
A sign at the door proudly announces the pedigree of their free-range chicken (Iwate), their charcoal (Wakayama), and even the salt they use (Yamaguchi)! Lunch donburi sets start at Y980, with a...
Akita Pure Rice Sake Bar - Yakitori: Yaesu
This yakitori shop specializes in sake from Akita Prefecture. Budget around Y3000 in the evening for some skewers and sake. Located inside Honke Abeya restaurant, which is part of the second-floor...
Kisuke - Japanese: Yaesu
Beef tongue cuisine is a specialty of Sendai, and this is the first Tokyo branch of a famous Sendai shop. The grilled tongue teishoku is a good place to start (Y1300), and local brands of premium...
Nishimura Biyori - Japanese regional: Yaesu
Akashiyaki is like takoyaki, only lighter and fluffier, with bits of tender Akashi octopus in the center; here it's Y850 for a plate. They also make yakisoba, okonomiyaki, and a variety of...
Daruma - Izakaya: Yaesu
A small, hole-in-the-wall shop in Tokyo Station's underground shopping complex, Daruma boasts a surprisingly large selection of hard-to-find premium sake - 80 kinds in all - including multiple...
Rokurinsha - Ramen: Yaesu
The prize-winning tsukemen here is served with a thick, richly flavored dipping sauce made with pork, seafood and vegetables. For those who want to skip the long lines, the shop also sells a very...
Gumbo and Oyster Bar - Seafood: Yaesu
An informal oyster bar serving raw and cooked oysters from Japan, New Zealand and the US, along with Cajun-style gumbo and seafood "pan roasts." Located in the underground shopping complex just E of...
Bubby's Yaechika - Cafe: Yaesu
Pancakes, home-made pies and burgers from this third Japan branch of the famous New York brunch spot. It's conveniently located in one of the underground shopping malls connected to Tokyo station. ...
Hasegawa Liquors - Liquor shop: Yaesu
Liquors Hasegawa focuses on hard liquors, with an impressive selection of rare Bourbons and Scotch whiskeys. Best of all, you can try them out in the shop - Y150-200 gets you a 10ml pour of many of...
Lou - Dim sum: Yaesu
Chinese dumplings - to eat in or take out - are the specialty of this Kamakura-based shop inside the new Gran Roof complex next to Tokyo Station. The take-out menu includes three types of gyoza...
Yabaton - Tonkatsu: Yaesu
One of Nagoya's most famous tonkatsu shops, Yabaton is known for their tasty miso-slathered cutlets and their cute pig-sumo wrestler mascot. The teppan tonkatsu (Y1365) is their best-selling dish - a...
Yamagata Sakanaichi - Japanese regional: Yaesu
Regional cuisine from Yamagata Prefecture is served here, along with Yamagata's most famous product - over 100 kinds of local sake. Budget around Y2100 for food in the evening, Y1000 at lunchtime. ...
Kyoto Kan - Antenna shop: Yaesu
Unlike most antenna shops, this one devotes almost all its space to crafts, with only a tiny section for local food and drink products. These include some two dozen types of sake, packaged candies...
Hokkaido Foodist - Antenna shop: Yaesu
This huge, garishly lit shop is a veritable supermarket of Hokkaido food and drink. The dairy section is especially well stocked, with a bewildering variety of cheeses, lots of butter, and something...
Fukushima-ken Yaesu Kanko Koryukan - Antenna shop: Yaesu
Mostly a tourist information center, this antenna shop sells a fair assortment of Fukushima sake, including small-size bottles, as well as pickles, packaged curries and a few other miscellaneous...

Kyobashi

Frigo Repos - Belgian rest/beer bar: Yaesu
An intimate Belgian beer bar from the Eurobeer chain (Frigo, Belgo), Repos serves over 100 Belgian beers in bottles, and four on draft. Lunch is served until 2pm on weekdays and 4pm on weekends. In...
Thong - Thai: Yaesu
A reasonably priced menu of Thai standards served in a pleasant dining space. Lunch sets (until 3pm) from Y850 and prix-fixe dinners from Y2880.
Ekki Bar and Grill - International: Yaesu
Located in the Four Seasons Marunouchi Hotel, Ekki Bar and Grill serves contemporary international cuisine and a nice selection of New World wines in a sophisticated setting. Weekend brunch menus...
Isehiro - Yakitori: Kyobashi
An old-school yakitori shop with tatami seating and a counter, Isehiro is worth noting for their lunch service. Unlike most yakitoriya, they serve full sets of skewers at lunchtime rather than just...
100% Chocolate Cafe - Cafe: Kyobashi
This dessert cafe offers a big selection of chocolate-themed dishes - eight kinds of chocolate cake, frozen fresh chocolates, and hot chocolate drinks. Located in the headquarters building of the...
Sofia - Bulgarian: Kyobashi
Sofia serves authentic Bulgarian cuisine - hearty stews and vegetable soups and lots of yogurty dishes. Set lunches from Y800 and prix-fixe dinner menus from Y3500, or order a la carte.
Swanlake Pub Edo - Beer bar: Kyobashi
Run by the Swanlake Brewery of Niigata Prefecture, one of Japan's first microbreweries, this specialty beer bar serves thirty beers on tap, including several Swanlake varieties and other microbrews...
Dhaba India - Indian: Kyobashi
Authentic, very enjoyable Indian cuisine, with an emphasis on the cooking of southern India. The dosas are light and fluffy, the curries are hearty, and every dish has its own distinctive flavor and...
Towers - Beer bar: Kyobashi
This tiny standup bar always has a number of good Japanese microbrews and international beers on tap. Food is limited to snacks.
Bannzai Vino - Wine bar: Kyobashi
If you're looking for a wine bar in Kyobashi that won't doesn't roll up the shutters at 11pm, Bannzai Vino is open until 4am (except Sundays), and serves fairly decent food along with wine from...
Grahm's Cafe - International: Kyobashi
Named after young Los Angeles-based chocolatier Jonathan Grahm, this casual brasserie-style restaurant serves American and International cuisine. Prix-fixe dinner menus start at Y4000 (there's also...
Torihiro - Okinawan: Kyobashi
Heirloom breeds of chicken and pork from Okinawa are the specialty at this upscale izakaya.
Colle Bereto - Wine bar: Kyobashi
Italian food and wines are on offer here, with a stand-up counter bar for those who just want to keep it casual. Unusually, they're open for morning service from 8am on weekdays. Earlier evening...
Kaba - Japanese regional: Kyobashi
The specialty of the house here is seafood from the San-in region of Western Honshu, flown in daily and served grilled and as sashimi. There's also a good selection of sake from the region, and a...
Moyan Curry - Curry: Kyobashi
A small, office-building branch of one of Tokyo's more interesting curry shops, Moyan offers a huge variety of tasty Japanese-style curries and ethnic-style side dishes, along with inexpensive wines...
Ibrew - Beer bar: Kyobashi
Good craft beers at very reasonable prices - that's the chief selling point for this tiny, unpretentious beer bar. Ten Japanese microbrews are served on tap, all priced at just Y690 for a large size...
Dobro - Croatian: Kyobashi
Like Italy, its much larger neighbor across the Adriatic, Croatia has a long coastline and a seafood-heavy Mediterranean cuisine built around grilled fish, scampi, mussels and calamari as well as...
Hidemi Sugino - Bakery: Kyobashi
World-class pastries from an internationally renowned patissier and past winner of the World Pastry Cup (Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie) are served at this tiny cafe and retail shop. Sugino is...
Hanamasa (Nihonbashi Takaracho) - Retail: Kyobashi
Relatively inexpensive meats and produce, 24 hours a day.

Kayabacho/ Hatchobori

Mile Post Cafe - Cafe: Kayabacho
Perched above an expensive bicycle shop, Mile Post serves Japanese craft beer, coffee and a light food menu in a waterfront setting. When the weather is nice the cafe's ten-seat terrace area,...
Alohiddin - Eastern European: Hatchobori
Shashlik and lamb dishes are a specialty of the house at this family-run Uzbek restaurant, and they do a nice mezze-style spread as a starter. The menu also includes Russian and Turkish dishes, and...
Maru - Wine bar: Hatchobori
A liquor shop, a standing bar, and a casual sit-down grill, Bar Maru is many things to many people. Browse the shelves, and if you find something you like you can crack it open on the spot for a...

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