Kanda, Akihabara, Mitsukoshimae


Boo (Akihabara - Cafe). 6240-1220
One of the rare non-chain restaurants in Akihabara, this charming cafe serves an eclectic evening menu of Italian-inspired dishes at very reasonable prices. At lunchtime it's more of a standard cafe menu (served until 1:40pm), and in the afternoons you can order coffee and dessert. Boo's attached sister shop, Studio Uamou, makes cute devil-like character toys, and they're both part of the Aki-Oka artisan complex.
SunmapTaito-ku, Ueno 5-9, 2k540 Aki-Oka Artisan N-4. Open 11:30am-11pm (LO). Closed Wednesdays.
Asan Cafe (Akihabara - Cafe). 6803-0502
Part of the Aki-Oka complex of artisan shops and studios, this offbeat cafe features hammocks to swing in and tablet computers to fool around on while you enjoy a coffee; unfortunately they close rather early.
SunmapTaito-ku, Ueno 5-9, 2k540 Aki-Oka Artisan. Open 11am-6:45pm (LO). Closed Wednesdays.
Hanamasa (Akihabara - Retail). 3526-4129
Relatively inexpensive meats and produce, 24 hours a day.
SunmapTaito-ku, Akihabara 4-14. Open 24 hours a day.
!Chabara (Akihabara - Antenna shop). 3258-0051
Showcasing local food products from all over Japan, this stylish retail venture from JR (the train company) also incorporates a sake tasting bar, a kampoh juice bar, a counter selling inexpensive shojin-ryori and a coffee shop. The retail section offers a vast selection of food and drink, focusing on regional specialties like soy sauce, miso, rice crackers, tea, sake and quite a lot more.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Neribeicho 8-2. Open 11am-8pm daily.
Kuramoto Stand (Akihabara - Bar). 3258-0131
A small but stylish bar run by Kikusui Brewery and attached to the Chabara antenna shop, Kuramoto offers sake tasting sets as well as sausages, pancakes and other foods made with sake lees. [Show more]
decorSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Neribeicho 8-2. Open 11am-8pm daily.
Jyudaime Yazaemon (Akihabara - Japanese). 5298-2721
The specialty of the house here is maguro (tuna) fresh from Misaki Fish Market in Miura, served as sushi, sashimi, or broiled or stewed. There's also plenty of other good seafood, along with seasonal dishes, sake and shochu. Budget around Y5000 for dinner with drinks, Y1000 for lunch.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Hanaokacho 1-9, Atre 2 Akihabara 4F. Open 11am-10:30pm (LO) daily.
En (Akihabara - Izakaya). 5298-2796
En takes a creative, original approach to cooking, with unusual dishes like cheese and sea bream spring rolls, and Kyoto vegetable salad topped with steamed pork. Drinks include a good selection of premium sake and shochu.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Hanaokacho 1-9, Atre 2 Akihabara 5F. Open 11am-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Toriyoshi (Akihabara - Yakitori). 3251-1561
Spicy chicken wings, yakitori and Nagoya miso specialties.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sakumacho 1-13, Chomp Chomp Akihabara 5F. Open 11:30am-2, 4-11pm (LO) daily.
82 Ale House (Akihabara - Bar). 5295-7325
Very close to Akihabara station, this bustling bar from the ubiquitous Hub chain is a convenient place for a casual drink and snack after a day of electronics shopping or manga browsing. They have their own brand of real ale as well as whiskey tasting sets, with inexpensive pub fare like shepherd's pie, fish and chips and fried mushrooms.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sakumacho 1-6-5, Akiba Trim 5F. Open 11am-midnight daily.
Hibiki (Akihabara - Japanese). 5295-2800
This upscale chain izakaya is known for their excellent grilled meats and vegetables and their well-chosen sake and shochu lists. The decor is sleek Japanese modern. Budget around Y6000-7000 per person with drinks.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sakumacho 1-6-5, Akiba Trim 6F. Open 11am-2, 5-10:30pm (LO) daily.
!Tucano's (Akihabara - Brazilian). 5295-2611
This very informal counter bar is billed as a galetteria - a Brazilian-style charcoal-grilled chicken specialist - but the one-pound beef rump steak and the 600g "gigasteak" seem to be just as popular with the seriously carnivorous customer base here. [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Hanaokacho 1-1, Yodobashi Akiba 1F. Open 10:30am-10pm daily.
Craft Beer Tap (Akihabara - Beer bar). 3526-3248
While they're priced at the higher end of the scale for craft-beer dining bars, this branch of Skytree's "World Beer Museum" serves a few craft beers from the US and the UK that aren't otherwise available in Tokyo. They're open all day, and conveniently located on the restaurant floor of Yodobashi Camera.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Hanaokacho 1-1, Yodobashi Akiba 8F. Open 11am-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Katsugyu (Akihabara - Gyukatsu). 3251-0090
Deep-fried beef cutlet is the specialty at this branch of the Kyoto-based restaurant. Set meals are priced Y1180-1580.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Hanaokacho 1-1, Yodobashi Akiba 8F. Open 11am-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Kushiya Monogatari (Akihabara - Kushiage). 3526-6262
This popular Osaka-based shop lets you cook your own kushiage skewers in a deep-fryer right at your table. It's all you can eat, including various side dishes and a big variety of skewered tidbits. Y2625 per person at dinnertime, with a 90-minute limit.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Hanaokacho 1-1, Yodobashi Akiba 8F. Open 11am-9:30pm (LO) daily.
Queen of Chickens (Akihabara - Italian). 5207-2948
The popular Shimbashi-based rotisserie chicken specialist offers hearty food at budget-friendly prices, especially at lunchtime (until 3:30pm) when you can get half a roast chicken along with potatoes, soup and salad for just Y1280.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Hanaokacho 1-1, Yodobashi Akiba 8F. Open 11am-11pm daily.
En Dashi-Chazuke (Akihabara - Japanese). 5294-6996
You'll find many variations of chazuke (rice with tea poured over it) at the sit-down counter, and deli-style Japanese side dishes available from the take-out corner.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 4-14-1, Akiba Ichi 2F. Open 11am-11pm daily.
Party Party Carolina (Akihabara - Curry). 5295-1212
An unusual collection of curries is on offer at this festively named shop - beans and cheese, mushroom and eggplant, fried chicken, spicy chorizo sausage, fresh tomato and avocado among them. Lunch curries start at under Y780; at dinnertime they also serve meatier options like garlic beef steak and herb-marinated roast chicken.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 4-14-1, Akiba Ichi 2F. Open 11am-10pm (LO) daily.
Hisago (Akihabara - Tempura). 3252-3051
Hisago delivers well-crafted tempura at budget-friendly prices. Voluminous donburi options - assortments of pre-seasoned seafood over rice - are real dinnertime bargains at around Y1600, while prix-fixe menus are Y4000-8000.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 4-14-1, Akiba Ichi 3F. Open 11am-2:30, 5-9:30pm (LO) daily.
Tatsukichi (Akihabara - Kushiage). 5289-8331
You'll find high-quality skewered morsels that are deep-fried with a light touch here, and ordering is simple - just tell them when to stop. (Don't worry, you can specify in advance any ingredients you can't eat.) Some highlights are the crunchy prawns, the Berkshire pork and the large asparagus spears, and Momo no Shizuku sake from Kyoto stands up to the fried flavors. Budget around Y4000-4500 for a filling meal with drinks.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 4-14-1, Akiba Ichi 3F. Open 4-11pm daily.
Tsukada Nojo (Akihabara - Japanese regional). 5298-6636
First-rate Miyazaki chicken dishes, regional Kyushu fare and local shochu brands are the specialties at this reasonably priced, unpretentious Miyazaki-based izakaya chain. Budget around Y3000-4000 for dinner with drinks. [Go to branch review]
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 1-13-3, Zigzag Bldg 8F. Open 5-11pm (LO) daily.
Moff Rell (Akihabara - Rabbit cafe). 3254-2323
The rabbits seem friendlier and more outgoing than average at this small cafe. Perhaps it's a result of the cafe's policy of providing all visitors with a complimentary packet of rabbit snacks upon arrival. There are two small playrooms, with two or three rabbits running loose and room for two or three customers in each. [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 4-8-3, Saison Akihabara 2F. Open noon-9pm. Closed some Mondays.
Tokyo Curry-ya Meitenkai (Akihabara - Curry). 5289-3821
This tiny counter shop inside Akihabara Atre has assembled five famous Japanese curry shops from this curry-strong neighborhood - mini-branches of Kyoeido, Ethiopia, Delhi, Topca and Hongo Petit Feu. For Y2500 you can try a sampling of curries from all five shops, or you can order individual curries for around Y1000 each; other combination sets are also available.
no smokingSunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 1-17-6, Atre Akihabara 1 1F. Open 10am-9pm daily.
Akatsuka (Akihabara - Izakaya). 3251-2585
The kitchen turns out a typical selection of sashimi, grilled meats and fish, but many people come here specifically for their tori motsu nikomi (chicken giblet stew). It's served steaming hot, with a richly flavored miso-based broth balanced by creamy tofu, big sweet chunks of onion and pungent bits of scallion. [Show more]
mapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 1-10-2. Open 11:30am-1:30, 5-10:30pm. Closed weekends.
Marugo (Akihabara - Tonkatsu). 3255-6595
Great tonkatsu served in a nice old traditional house smack in the middle of Akihabara's "Electric Town." (near the Livina lamp megastore.)
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 1-8-14. Open 11:30am-3, 5-8:25pm (LO). Closed Thurs., 3rd Wed.
Akiba Fukurou (Akihabara - Bird cafe). unlisted
This owl cafe in the center of Akihabara has a unique atmosphere - more like a theme-park attraction than an animal cafe. From the outside it looks like a repurposed downtown office, but inside it's a fantasy world of sleepy owls, crystal chandeliers, uniformed staff and soft classical music. [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Neribeicho 67. Open 11am-8pm. Closed Tuesdays.
Kandagawa Honten (Akihabara - Unagi). 3251-5031
The lovely traditional decor of this long-established unagi shop has helped make it popular with foreign visitors. The grilled eel is first-rate, and wild eel is often available in the summer months. Budget around Y5000 for lunch or dinner. Reservations are advised.
mapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 2-5-11. Open 11:30am-1:30, 5-7:30pm. Closed Sundays, 3rd Sat.
Forest of Owl (Akihabara - Bird cafe). 3254-6366
Although it just opened in May 2015, the cafe-bar "Forest of Owl" (Auru no Mori) is a game changer. Just pay the Y500 entrance fee and Y200 soft drink charge (a huge choice from a bank of vending machines), and you're set for an unlimited time with the birds. (Apparently there can be a time limit on weekends if it gets very busy, but weekdays you can nurse a drink there for hours.) Better still, no appointment is necessary. [Show more]
decorSunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 4-5-8, 5F. Open 2-11pm (Wed 5-11) daily.
Neko Jalala (Akihabara - Cat cafe). 3258-2525
JaLaLa distinguish themselves within the competitive cat-cafe world with their choice of exotic breeds such as Abyssinians and Maine Coons, housing a total of 17 cats altogether. Coffee, tea and beer are served. [Show more]
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Soto-Kanda 3-5-5. Open 11am-8pm daily.
Cafe Obscura (Akihabara - Coffee shop). 5295-0085
Sangenjaya-based coffee purveyor Obscura sell around ten varieties of fresh-roasted coffee beans - both single-origin and custom blends - starting at Y600/100g. Located inside an old converted train station, the tiny shop offers a handful of stools our front where you can enjoy a freshly pulled espresso (Y250) or latte. Coffee is also available to take out.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-25-4, Maach Ecute 1F. Open 11am-9pm (Sun -8pm) daily.
Surugaya Kahei (Akihabara - Izakaya). 5295-0310
There's a nice selection of some three dozen craft sake to explore at this stylish little bar, with an unusual fish and seafood-centered food menu to accompany your drinks. It's run by a Shizuoka-based purveyor of shiokara (fermented shellfish guts), and connoisseurs of this delicacy can choose from thirty different varieties, including unusual dishes like shiokara bruschetta. If you're not a fan, you can fall back on the reliable sashimi platter of the day, featuring three or five different fish depending on your appetite. [Show more]
decorSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-25-4, Maach Ecute 1F. Open 11am-11pm daily.
Hitachino Brewing Lab (Akihabara - Beer bar). 3254-3434
Occupying one of the most stylish settings for a taproom in Tokyo, this brewing laboratory from the ever-popular Hitachino Nest beer offers seven beers on tap, including some experimental lab-only brews that they're trying out. The brewery's hoppy Nipponia (Imperial Pilsner; 6.5% ABV) is usually available, and we quite enjoyed a single-hop Falconer's Flight Session IPA - quite sessionable at 4.5% ABV. [Show more]
decorSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-25-4 N1, Maach Ecute 1F. Open 11am-10:30pm (LO; Sun -8:30pm) daily.

Awajicho, Kanda

Wiz (Awajicho - Beer bar). 6206-8805
Thirty-one taps of craft beer are ready to pour here - both top-grade Japanese brews and solid US and European imports. The food menu ranges from simple tapas-style dishes like salmon carpaccio to original versions of Tex-Mex fare like tacos and nachos. [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Awajicho 2-105, Watteras Tower Annex 108. Open 11:30am-2, 5-10pm (LO) daily.
Sanjuro (Awajicho - Izakaya). 3525-4207
We were intrigued by the menu categories at this after-work izakaya - charcoal-grilled meats, charcoal-grilled small fish and charcoal-grilled big fish - all of them prepared over top-grade bincho charcoal. Heirloom breeds of pork, chicken and premium wagyu beef make up the bulk of the meat menu, and the ones we sampled were tender in texture and sufficiently fatty to bring out their full flavor after grilling. [Show more]
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Awajicho 2-105, Watteras Tower Annex 3F. Open 11am-10:30pm (LO; Sat, Sun -9:30) daily.
Yabu Soba (Awajicho - Soba). 3251-0287
Probably Tokyo's most famous soba shop, located in a beautiful antique Japanese house with woodblock prints on the wall.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Awajicho 2-10. Open 11:30am-8pm (LO). Closed Wednesdays.
Tsujida (Awajicho - Ramen). 6659-7676
Serving one of Tokyo's best bowls of miso ramen, Tsujida is popular with serious noodle connoisseurs and other ramen fans.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Ogawamachi 1-1. Open 11am-11pm (Sat, Sun -9pm) daily.
Manpei (Awajicho - Tonkatsu). 3251-4996
Highly rated by Tokyo's tonkatsu cognoscenti, this pork cutlet specialist serves a cutlet with a thin but pleasantly crunchy coating and juicy meat on the inside. The accompanying tofu soup is above average; other options include menchi katsu, pork saute and oysters (in winter). [Show more]
mapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-11. Open 11:30am-2, 5:30-7pm. Closed Sundays and holidays.
Isegen (Awajicho - Nabemono). 3251-1229
Anko-nabe is the specialty here, since 1830. (Anko served Sept to April). Budget Y3000 at lunch, Y8000 at dinnertime. (Closed Saturdays in the summer.)
mapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-11-1. Open 11:30am-2, 4-9pm (LO). Closed Sundays and holidays.
Matsuya (Awajicho - Soba). 3251-1556
This long-established shop serves yabu- (rough-) style soba noodles made from a 5-1 mix of buckwheat to wheat flour, plus egg yolks.
mapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-13. Open 11am-8pm. Closed Sundays and holidays.
!Botan (Awajicho - Nabemono). 3251-0577
One of Tokyo's culinary landmarks, they've been serving the same excellent chicken nabe for nearly 120 years. The chicken is slow-cooked over an old-fashioned charcoal burner in front of you while you relax with a cup of sake in your private tatami room. Dinner is around Y6,000 and reservations are highly recommended, although occasionally they might be able to squeeze you in if you're willing to wait.
mapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-15. Open 11:30am-8pm (LO). Closed Sundays and holidays.
Jha Bar (Awajicho - Beer bar). 3252-3258
Four beers on tap and many more by the bottle at this late-night bar, with an unusual selection mostly from Belgium, Germany and the UK. The food menu features pizzas, salads and tapas-style small dishes. Open until 4am Friday nights, 11:30pm Saturdays.
latemapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Tacho 2-5, Togin Kanda Bldg B1F. Open 6pm-2am. Closed Sundays.
Song Kee Jee Fan (Awajicho - Singaporean). 5577-6883
Stylish Singaporean cuisine from the former manager of Hainan Jeefan Shokudo in Azabu-Juban.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Tsukasamachi 2-15-1. Open 11:30am-1:30, 6-10pm (LO) daily.
!Craft Beer Market Awajicho (Awajicho - Beer bar). 5577-3046
The third branch of the popular beer bar chain, CBM offers a variety of microbrew beers priced at a very reasonable Y780 per US pint (smaller glasses are Y480, and there's a small table charge). The bar's thirty taps dispense mostly Japanese craft beers, with a few standard lagers (Heartland, Ebisu) and a few US imports. The food is above average, with tempting dishes like roast duck a l'orange and rotisserie chicken as well as more casual bar snacks.
mapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Tsukasamachi 2-9-1. Open 11:30am-2, 5-11:30pm. Closed weekends.
Machineko (Iwamotocho - Cat cafe). 6206-8132
The setup at this rescue-cat cafe is quite minimal - a few perches and climbing trees, some lockers and vending machines and a few seats for visitors, a handful of cat-themed magazines and just a few cat toys. There's a radio playing in one corner. [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 2-8-4, Dai-ni Kanda Sudacho Bldg 5F. Open 2-8pm (Sat, Sun noon-8). Closed Tuesdays, Fridays.
Carp (Kanda - Okonomiyaki). 5296-0080
Named after Hiroshima's baseball team, this casual, brightly lit all-day shop serves Hiroshima's most famous dish, okonomiyaki. You can choose from "soba" or udon noodles, with a few optional toppings like garlic cloves, squid and shrimp, displayed on hand-written tags on the wall. [Show more]
no smokingmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Kajicho 3-5. Open 11am-9:30pm (LO; Sat -8pm). Closed Sundays, Mondays.
Yona Yona Beer Works (Kanda - Beer bar). 5289-4747
The second Tokyo outlet of Nagano Prefecture's Yo-Ho Brewing, this Kanda branch offers a more ambitious food menu as well as a dozen of the brewery's beers on draft, including a couple of hand-pumped real ales. Excellent roast Date chicken, an heirloom breed from Fukushima Prefecture, is the specialty of the house and it's well worth a try. With beautifully crisp skin and juicy meat, it comes in whole, half and quarter bird sizes. [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Sudacho 1-24-6. Open 4-10:30pm (LO; Sat, Sun 11:30am-) daily.
!Al Mina (Kanda - Middle Eastern). 5297-3789
Al Mina, Tokyo's only Palestinian restaurant, serves great Middle-Eastern cuisine and some decent Lebanese and Palestinian wines. The warm, inviting space includes a comfortable sofa area where hookahs can be enjoyed, a slightly fancier gold-themed dining area with a wall of mirrors, and a small stage where a Friday-night belly dance performance takes place. [Show more]
mapChiyoda-ku, Kanda Tacho 2-2-3, Genki Bldg B1F. Open 11:30am-2:30, 5:30-10:30pm (LO). Closed Sundays.
Muromachi Sunaba (Kanda - Soba). 3241-4038
The original Sunaba was one of the first famous soba shops in Japan, and this branch has been going strong since the late 1940s. Specialties include their tamago-yaki (rolled omelette) and chicken soba. Their tenzaru comes with a piece of kakiage tempura soaking in hot tsuyu broth. If you want more than just soba, prix-fixe menus start at Y4800.
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 4-1-13. Open 11:30am-8:30pm (LO; Sat -3:30pm). Closed Sundays.
Champ de Soleil (Kanda - Belgian rest/beer bar). 5281-0333
French/Belgian bistro fare, with mussels and other seafood as well as frites. Ten Belgian beers averaging Y900-1,000.
mapChiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 1-10-6. Open 11:30am-2, 5-9pm (LO). Closed Sundays.
Columbus (Kanda - Bar). 3254-3638, 0120-35-3638
The menu is casual Italian-influenced izakaya fare, with some pleasant surprises (like their salmon mousse appetizers and the pate of the day). They offer a few interesting beers along with wine and cocktails. The multi-level space is comfortable and cozy, with a laid-back atmosphere and late-night hours.
mapChiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 2-12-2. Open 11:30am-4am. Closed Sundays, some Sat.
!Loup de Mer (Kanda - Yoshoku). 5298-4390
Unlike most yoshokuya, the decor here won't make you sigh with nostalgia - the dining room is done up in a tasteful pastel color scheme from the current century. Chef Suzuki is a veteran of the famous Dom Pierre yoshoku establishment, and the menu also covers standards like hayashi rice and rice omelettes, and even offers tasting menus at Y5,000 and Y10,000. [Show more]
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 2-14-3. Open 11:30am-2:30, 5:30-8:30pm (LO; -6 Sun). Closed Mondays.
Maltan (Kanda - Beer bar). 6659-5884
A funky, art-filled basement bar serving Japanese craft beers, single-malt whiskies and an inexpensive food menu. There are five regular beers on draft (including Shiga-Kogen pale ale) plus a couple of guest taps and several more by the bottle.
mapChiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 3-13-10, Green Bldg B1F. Open 6pm-1am (Fri -4am). Closed Sundays.
Bakuro (Kanda - Kyushu). 3253-8348
The food menu at this casual izakaya is built around horsemeat - you can enjoy it raw, grilled yakiniku-style, stewed, smoked or served as sausages. There's also standard Kyushu-style izakaya fare - raw and grilled seafood, satsuma-age fishcakes and so on - and a menu of sake and shochu to go with it all. Budget around Y3000 at dinnertime. [Go to branch review]
mapChiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 3-4-8. Open 5-11pm. Closed Sundays.
!Himalaya Table (Kanda - Nepalese). 3525-4110
Do craft beers go with Nepalese cuisine? The folks at Himalaya Table Craft Beer and Spice think so, and so they offer eight microbrews on tap - chosen to go well with your momo mutton dumplings, spicy stir-fried chicken livers, fried peanuts and other beer-friendly Nepalese and Indian fare. [Show more]
mapChiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 3-5-5. Open 5-11pm (Sat 3-11). Closed Sundays.
Bernardus (Kanda - Belgian rest/beer bar). 6206-8269
One of Tokyo's better Belgian bars, with twenty beers on tap (including everything from the St. Bernardus brewery) and a lot of unusual brews by the bottle. No lunch on Mondays or weekends; open to 1:30am (LO) on Fridays.
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Uchi-Kanda 3-6-2. Open 11:30am-1:30, 5-11:30pm (LO) daily.
!Kikanbou (Kanda - Ramen). 3256-2960
You'll find spicy ramen on many shop's menus. This usually means they take their normal bowl, throw in some chili peppers, and call it a day. Many of these bowls are just hot, with very little in terms of complexity. Only a few shops really focus on balancing spice with other flavors to create an amazing bowl of ramen. Kikanbo goes beyond the call of duty with their spicy miso ramen. [Show more]
no smokingmapChiyoda-ku, Kajicho 2-10-10. Open 11am-4, 5:30-9pm. Closed Sundays.
Kura Kura Ji-beer House (Kanda - Beer bar). 6206-8866
The off-the shelf snack-bar decor here is perked up by a cozy counter bar with five seats and twelve taps dispensing some of Japan's best microbrew beers. The small menu includes a few good chicken dishes, including raw chicken with pungent wasabi, plus the usual sausages, potatoes, etc. One of the oldest Japanese microbrew bars, Kura Kura was located in Shimo-Kitazawa for ten years before their move to Kanda. No smoking.
no smokingmapChiyoda-ku, Kajicho 1-4-6, Tokyo Kanda Bldg. 3F. Open 5-11:30pm. Closed Sundays.
!Bakuro Kanda South (Kanda - Japanese regional). 3516-8348
Some of the best horse sashimi and grilled horse in town are served at this lively after-work spot, all at very reasonable prices. The assorted sashimi platter featuring five different cuts of meat is most highly recommended (Y1080 for two) - all the cuts are very tender, and this is a great way to compare the different flavors. Yukke, minced raw horsemeat mixed with raw egg, onions and soy sauce, is sweeter and less spicy than your typical Korean beef yukke, and also worth a try. [Show more]
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Hongokucho 4-4-12. Open 5-11:29pm (Sat 4-10). Closed Sundays.
Butcher Brothers (Kanda - Grill). 6225-2936
As you'd expect from the name, Butcher Brothers serves up meaty fare - hefty steaks, smoked lamb chops, roast pork - all at very reasonable prices. Wines are also affordable, starting at Y450 per glass. The lunchtime steak plate (weekdays only) is Y900.
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Hongokucho 4-5-10. Open 11:30am-2, 5-11:30pm. Closed Sundays.
!DevilCraft (Kanda - Beer bar). 6265-1779
Excellent Chicago-style deep-dish pizza is served here, and the fifteen taps in the cozy ground-floor bar area dispense a good selection of craft beers from Japan and the US, including some from DevilCraft's own Tokyo brewery. [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 4-2-3. Open 5-11pm (LO; Sun -9:30pm) daily.

Bakurocho, Hamacho

Ismy (Bakurocho - Cafe). 5823-4222
This artsy cafe-bar has a very local, neighborhood feel - there are books and magazines to peruse, a small gallery space upstairs and regular art events. The food menu features pies both sweet (blueberry, custard) and savory (shrimp-tomato cream, tomato-meat) along with salads and other light fare. [Show more]
SunmapChiyoda-ku, Higashi-Kanda 1-14-2. Open 11:30am-10pm (LO; Sun -6pm) daily.
39 Yoshoku (Bakurocho - Hawaiian). 5643-0260
Hawaiian burgers and locomoco platters are served with bottled beer from Fire Rock, Chimay, and a few others. The budget-friendly food menu offers items like Kahlua pig, ahi steak, and hulihuli chicken - each served on a platter with rice, green salad, macaroni salad, fried egg and curry dipping sauce - starting at around Y1000. [Show more]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Bakurocho 1-5-8. Open 8am-8:30pm. Closed Mondays.
Marcato (Bakurocho - Burgers). 6206-2352
The signature "Asakusa burger" in this neighborhood hangout is made with Black Angus wagyu beef. The shop also hosts live music and occasional darts matches.
lateSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Bakurocho 1-9-1, KN Bldg B1F. Open 11am-3am (Sun -7pm) daily.
Bookshelf Cafe (Hamacho - Cafe). 5614-0241
This neighborhood cafe offers Hitachino Nest beers (six by the bottle, one or two on draft) and espresso beverages from Horiguchi Coffee. Lunch specials include taco-rice, ciabatta sandwiches and keema curry, most of which are also served at breakfast time. [Show more]
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Hamacho 2-35-4. Open 8:30am-9pm (Sat 10-6). Closed Sundays.


Darvish (Kodenmacho - Retail). 6661-9848
Darvish sells imported Persian ingredients - Iranian dates and other fruits, juices, honey, and mint water. Assorted spices are priced at Y200 per jar, and ready-made stews and other meals-in-a-pouch are Y350 each.
SunmapChuo-ku, Kodenmacho 18-4, Ueno Bldg 1F. Open noon-10pm. Closed Mondays.
Pizzeria Il Tamburello (Kodenmacho - Italian). 6661-6628
Good Neapolitan-style pizzas in a charming old building (the owner apprenticed in Southern Italy before opening this shop).
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Horidomecho 1-2-9. (near Kodenmacho station) Open 11:30am-2, 5-10pm (LO). Closed Sundays.
Beer Wars (Kodenmacho - Beer bar). 6661-7319
A solid selection of US craft beers, good food, and a friendly atmosphere make this a popular destination for neighborhood beer lovers. Six taps are devoted to US breweries like Karl Strauss, Victory and New Belgium, with 400ml glasses priced at Y880 (and 250ml glasses at Y680). There's also one craft cider on tap, and a small selection of sake and shochu if someone in your party isn't in a craft-beer mood. [Show more]
no smokingmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Odenmacho 12-17. Open 11:30am-2, 5-11:30pm (Sat 1-10:30). Closed Sundays.
Hanamasa (Nihonbashi Honcho) (Kodenmacho - Retail). 5649-8167
Relatively inexpensive meats and produce, 24 hours a day.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Honcho 3-8-3. Open 24 hours a day.


Brasserie D and Sweetroom (Mitsukoshimae - French). 3243-0115
Contemporary French cuisine in a tastefully flashy setting. The three-course dinner menu is Y3900, and all wines are priced at Y3900 per bottle.
decorSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-4-3, Yuito 3F. Open 11am-1am daily.
Otako (Mitsukoshimae - Oden). 3242-0753
Lunchtime is a good time to sample the oden at this long-established specialty izakaya - a teishoku (set meal) with a four-piece oden bowl plus rice, soup and pickles, is just Y780, and there are some seventeen different items to choose from. Four pieces is just about right for a lunchtime appetite, but if you want more you can add on extra items for Y160 each, or Y320 for deluxe items like their special hanpen and stuffed cabbage. [Show more]
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 4-3-11. Open 11am-1:30, 4:30-10:30pm (LO). Closed weekends.
Midette (Mitsukoshimae - Antenna shop). 6262-3977
In addition to the usual local food and booze, this large prefectural antenna shop offers a good assortment of crafts - tableware, glassware, wooden dolls and other decorative items. The sake area features more than 100 kinds of sake from Fukushima, some of them otherwise hard to find in Tokyo. [Show more]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 4-3-16. Open 11am-8pm (Sat, Sun -6pm) daily.
Ventaglio (Mitsukoshimae - Italian). 3270-8188
Lunch and dinner buffets of modern Italian cuisine in a beautiful open-atrium dining space. The weekday lunch buffet is Y2900; weekend lunch is Y4200, dinner is Y5000, and the weekend dessert buffet (3-5pm) is Y2700. They also offer a wine buffet to go with dinner.
no smokingdecorSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo 2F. Open 11:30am-2:30, 5:30-9pm daily.
!Mandarin Bar (Mitsukoshimae - Bar). 3270-8188
Sumptuous is the word for the Mandarin Bar at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Nihonbashi. The interior by Ryu Kosaka, with richly tactile accents by textile designer Reiko Sudo, is chic and inviting, dominated by seductive earth tones. A live jazz band performs nightly for the relaxed and casual crowd, a mix of locals and visitors. No cover charge. [Show more]
decorSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo 37F. Open 11:30am-midnight daily.
K'Shiki (Mitsukoshimae - International). 3270-8188
The Mandarin Oriental's casual-dining spot offers creative contemporary cuisine with an Asian twist, plus a great view of Ginza and Marunouchi. The Y5,000 tasting menu is a good deal if you like variety - you can pick seven different appetizers for the table to share, plus soup and your choice of a main dish. Apps range from crab cakes with mango marmalade to scallops in a truffle dome, followed by substantial mains like miso-marinated loin of lamb, and Australian beef sirloin with yuzu pepper sauce. [Show more]
no smokingdecorSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo 38F. Open 6am-2:30, 5:30-11pm daily.
!!Sense (Mitsukoshimae - Chinese). 3270-8188
The Mandarin Oriental's Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant offers an excellent weekend dim sum lunch from 11:30am-4pm. Choose from twenty varieties, all you can eat, for Y5000 (+10%). Weekday lunches start at Y3800, dinners from Y14,000. [See FULL REVIEW.]
no smokingdecorSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo 38F. Open 11:30am-2:30, 5:30-10pm daily.
!!Tapas Molecular Bar (Mitsukoshimae - Experimental). 3270-8188, 0120-806-823
Here inside the Mandarin Hotel's 38th-floor lounge, the eight-seat Tapas Molecular Bar serves cutting-edge modern cuisine. Twenty-one plates of highly inventive, deconstructivist, very tasty morsels are presented over the course of two hours (Y14,000+13%sc). [Show more]
no smokingSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-1-1, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo 38F. Open 6, 8:30pm daily.
Cafe Aimee Vibert (Mitsukoshimae - French). 6225-2552
This cafe venture from the Michelin-starred Aimee Vibert in Nibancho offers above-average bistro fare in a casual setting. The decor is classic French cafe style - tile floors, dark wood and mirrors, a zinc bar and lots of tiny tables and chairs facing the sidewalk. [Show more]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-2-1, Coredo Muromachi 1F. Open 10am-10pm daily.
Bikini Picar (Mitsukoshimae - Spanish). 6202-3600
Modern Catalan cuisine - artfully arranged pinchos and tapas and creative main dishes - are on offer at this casual after-work drinking spot. Some twenty types of Spanish wine, including sherries and cava, are available by the glass. Budget around Y3000 at dinnertime.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-2-1, Coredo Muromachi 2F. Open 11am-10pm (LO) daily.
Nana (Mitsukoshimae - Japanese regional). 3548-0977
Nana is a slick, modern izakaya specializing in the regional cuisine of Kyoto, obanzai-ryori. Many of the dishes here incorporate or are built around lovely Kyoto heirloom vegetables, and the menu also offers a surprising number of chicken dishes. [Show more]
decorSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-2-1, Coredo Muromachi 3F. Open 11am-2:30, 5-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Zakuro (Mitsukoshimae - Japanese). 3241-4841
Shabu-shabu, sukiyaki and other Japanese beef dishes; they also offer pork shabu-shabu. Prix-fixe dinners are priced Y5,000-15,000; lunch from around Y2000.
no smokingSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-2-1, Coredo Muromachi 4F. Open 11am-2:30, 5-9:30pm (LO) daily.
!Craft Beer Market Mitsukoshimae (Mitsukoshimae - Beer bar). 6262-3145
CBM offers thirty beers on tap - mostly Japanese craft beers - priced at a very budget-friendly Y480/glass or Y780/pint. The food menu is also fairly impressive, with dishes like roast duck a l'orange, and they offer a small but interesting selection of seasonal sake.
no smokingSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-5-5, Coredo Muromachi 3, 1F. Open 11am-2, 5-11:30pm daily.
Brugse Zot (Mitsukoshimae - Belgian rest/beer bar). 5204-1988
This rather large, 110-seat Art Nouveau-style restaurant specializes in beers from De Halve Maan, a 450-year-old brewery in the Belgian city of Bruges. They serve lots of other Belgian beers as well - more than 100 varieties in all. [Show more]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 2-3-1, Coredo Muromachi 2, 2F. Open 11am-1:30, 2-11pm (Fri, Sat -4am) daily.
!!Mondo (Mitsukoshimae - Japanese regional). 3231-2213
You'll find exceptionally good regional cuisine from Shimane Prefecture and very reasonable prices at this old-fashioned izakaya. The menu showcases fish and seafood flown in from the region as well as local-style dishes prepared from heirloom breeds of pork and chicken. There's also a good selection of Shimane craft sake, with a friendly staff who are happy to advise you on your selection. [See FULL REVIEW.]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-5-3. Open 11am-2:30, 5-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Shimanekan (Mitsukoshimae - Antenna shop). 3548-9511
Sake and foodstuffs from Shimane-ken, in the far northwest corner of Honshu, can be purchased here. The attached restaurant (called Mondo) serves good regional cuisine and sake.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-5-3. (across the street from Mitsukoshi dept. store) Open 10:30am-7pm daily.
Nara Mahoroba-Kan (Mitsukoshimae - Antenna shop). 3516-3931
A prefectural antenna shop specializing in food and drink from Nara Prefecture. The shop encompasses a small cafe area in front serving somen and udon noodles, Nara-style sushi, and sweets; a tiny art gallery in back; a tourist information desk; a large area selling local crafts, and a small food and drink section. [Show more]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-6-2, Nihonbashi-Muromachi 162 Bldg 1/2F. Open 10:30am-7pm daily.


Raifukutei (Ningyocho - Yoshoku). 3666-3895
This charming, tiny local shop is famous for their classic yoshoku dishes like hayashi rice, omelettes and katsudon. The hayashi rice (Y750) is quite straightforward - mostly just rich sauce with small bits of beef and onions for flavor, no fancy heirloom-breed wagyu or French-style sauces here. The menu also offers meatier options like sauteed pork and sauteed chicken, as well as curry rice and menchi katsu (deep-fried minced meat patties).
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 1-17-10. Open 11:30am-2, 5-9pm. Closed weekends.
Wanchan (Ningyocho - Thai). 3668-0034
Conveniently located just above Ningyocho station, Wanchan serves good, original Thai cuisine, prepared by a former chef for the Thai ambassador. In addition to the usual curries and other crowd pleasers, the menu offers some unusual dishes that are rarely found in Tokyo, and all the dishes we've tried have been distinctively flavored. [Show more]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 1-19-3. Open 11:30am-2, 5-11:30pm (LO) daily.
Imahan Sozai (Ningyocho - Retail). 3666-1240
This popular take-out shop is run by Imahan, the century-old sukiyaki and shabu-shabu restaurant, and is located across the alleyway from their flagship restaurant. While a sukiyaki dinner at the restaurant might run you Y5000, here you can grab some take-out sukiyaki-filled croquettes for just Y173, and sukiyaki nikuman (Chinese pork buns) for Y626. [Show more]
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 2-10-3. Open 11am-7pm daily.
Brozers' (Ningyocho - Burgers). 3639-5201
Japanese-style premium burgers in this otherwise burger-deprived Tokyo quarter. Burgers start at Y1000, and topping variations include fried egg, pineapple, and chili beans as well as the usual cheese, bacon and avocado. All are smothered in a smoky barbecue sauce and come with fries. The menu also offers chicken and fish burgers, hot dogs and milk shakes.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 2-28-5. Open 11am-9:30pm (LO; Sun -7:30pm) daily.
!Gustavo (Ningyocho - Wine bar). 3249-3237
A joint venture by ham importer Principe and wine producer Zonin, this casual wine bar specializes in top quality cured meats from San Daniele del Fruili and Italian wines. The interior resembles a stylish Roman cafe, with shiny red acrylic surfaces, a gleaming metal bar, and shelves stocked with books and magazines about Italy. Italian radio plays in the background, and the friendly chef chats easily in Japanese and Italian. [Show more]
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 2-3-2, Tamaeido Bldg 2F. Open 5-11:30pm. Closed Sundays.
Imahan (Ningyocho - Nabemono). 3666-7006
This is the spacious main branch of Tokyo's best-known sukiyaki and shabu-shabu restaurant, founded in 1895. They also have a teppanyaki counter; budget around Y10,000 for dinner with drinks, or Y5000 at lunchtime. The popular retail shop across the street sells tonkatsu, croquettes and other deep-fried delicacies to go.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 2-9-12. Open 11am-11pm daily.
Palazzo (Suitengumae - French). 3667-1111, x3731
The 20th-floor French restaurant at the Royal Park Hotel in Nihonbashi offers and elegant setting and good food; budget around Y4000 at lunchtime and Y15,000 in the evenings for food.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Kakigaracho 2-1-1, Royal Park Hotel 20F. (direct access from Suitengumae subway station) Open 11:30am-2:30, 5:30-10pm daily.
Sumida (Suitengumae - Teppanyaki). 3667-1111
Premium Kobe and Matsuzaka beef from pampered cattle is prepared at this deluxe steakhouse. Lunch from Y2625, dinner from Y12,600 yen. Private rooms are available.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi Kakigaracho 2-1-1, Royal Park Hotel 20F. Open 11:30am-2:30, 5:30-10pm daily.


Hirata Bokujo (Nihonbashi - Tonkatsu). 6214-3129
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 starts at Y1000.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 1-4-1, Coredo Nihonbashi 4F. Open 11am-2:30, 5-10pm (LO) daily.
Ishingo Yong-Jiang (Nihonbashi - Chinese). 3516-0161
This budget-friendly Chinese restaurant specializes in seafood and duck dishes (including Peking Duck). The "dinner set" includes a main dish plus three cold appetizers, three dumplings, soup, rice a dessert - a bargain at Y1500. The Peking Duck prix-fixe menu is Y3000.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 1-4-1, Coredo Nihonbashi 4F. Open 11am-2, 6-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Sai Ka Bo (Nihonbashi - Korean). 5204-0108
Traditional and authentic Korean cuisine, ranging from simple "home-style" cooking to more elaborate banquet fare. Full-course dinners are priced Y3000-8000.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 1-4-1, Coredo Nihonbashi 4F. Open 11am-10:30pm (LO) daily.
Thong (Nihonbashi - Thai). 6225-2891
A branch of a popular Thai chain. Lunch is served until 4pm.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 1-4-1, Coredo Nihonbashi 4F. Open 11am-10pm (LO) daily.
Maison Kayser (Nihonbashi - Bakery). 3516-0030
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.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 1-4-1, Coredo Nihonbashi B1F. Open 7am-10pm daily.
!!Sant Pau (Nihonbashi - Spanish). 3517-5700
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 menu" is Y8000.) There's a more informal wine bar downstairs, with some 350 varieties of mostly Spanish wines and a light tapas menu. (Wine bar open to 1am; on Sundays only the wine bar is open.)
decorSunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 1-6-1, Coredo Nihonbashi Annex 1/2F. Open noon-1:30, 6-9pm (LO) daily.
Jangara Ramen (Nihonbashi - Ramen). 3281-0701
A branch of the relatively famous Kyushu ramen chain. Kakuni (Chinese-style stewed pork) is one of their specialties here and worth a try.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 1-7-7. Open 10:45am-11:30pm daily.
Fujinokuni Yamanashi-kan (Nihonbashi - Antenna shop). 3241-3776
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 juices. Depending on the season they might offer fresh garlic and grapes, pork sausages and jerky, peach and grape juices, umeboshi, and several types of local craft beer.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 2-3-4, Nihonbashi Plaza Bldg 1F. Open 11am-7:30pm daily.
Oidemase Yamaguchi Kan (Nihonbashi - Antenna shop). 3231-1863
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, miso, dried fish, fruit jams and fugu- and goldfish-themed toys and novelty items.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 2-3-4, Nihonbashi Plaza Bldg 1F. Open 10:30am-7pm daily.
Le Cafe de Joel Robuchon (Nihonbashi - Cafe). 5255-6933
Deluxe sandwiches and desserts from famous French chef Joel Robuchon.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 2-4-1, Takashimaya 2F. Open 11am-7:30pm (LO) daily.
Antwerpen (Nihonbashi - Belgian rest/beer bar). 3271-9598
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 Chinese food (from a shop downstairs) to be delivered to your table.
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 3-7-7, 5F. (on the side street one block south of Takashimaya) Open 5-11pm. Closed weekends.
!Merveille (Nihonbashi - French). 6202-1991
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 ingredients. The smallish dining space (24 seats) is simple but elegant, and service is attentive. Lunches from Y3400; prix-fixe dinners from Y6500; there's also an a la carte menu at night with half and full-size portions. Note that they're among the few serious restaurants in this neighborhood that are open on Sundays.
SunmapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 3-8-13. (on the side street one block south of Takashimaya) Open 11am-1:30, 5:30-9pm (LO). Closed Wednesdays.
Franziskaner (Nihonbashi - German). 6225-5485
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 expected.
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 3-8-16, Buyo Bldg B1F. (1 block S of Takashimaya) Open 11:30am-2, 5:30-11:30pm. Closed Sundays.
!Yukari (Nihonbashi - Japanese). 3271-3436
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 lunches start at just Y2100, and the sumptuous deluxe bento lunch is Y3675 - excellent value for this level of cooking. [See FULL REVIEW.]
mapChuo-ku, Nihonbashi 3-2-14. Open 11:30am-1:30, 5-9:30pm (LO). Closed Sundays.
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