Have you been to Ningyocho? Ningyocho literally means "doll town", and there are remains of old an old downtown from Edo period where you can feel traditional Japan. There are a bunch of famous and old-established restaurants, so here is a list of 5 selected ones specializing in Japanese cuisines!
Tsukiji, the fish market, is the perfect place for sushi and sea food lovers, but the number of sushi restaurants could be overwhelming. So here are the selected places you might want to visit in Tokyo!
Have you been to izakaya in Japan? It is a Japanese style casual bar where you can enjoy reasonably priced Japanese dishes, drinks, and nomihodai (all-you-can-drink). Izakaya is such common that there are many chains located near stations. Here is a list of the selected izakaya chains which feature different food and concepts. Check all and find the one that meets your need!
Ginza Sushi Ichi is the perfect place for tuna and sea urchin lovers, as this resto is very renown for the quality of their fish. You can come for lunch or dinner, and you'll be sure to have an unforgettable experience. Lunch is surprisingly affordable if you'd like to try their delicious sushi!
Just a 30 minute train ride from the Ikebukuro Station in Tokyo is the Omiya Station in Saitama. The place is not a hugely popular tourist destination but there are definitely some interesting things to see and do in the area such as going to the Omiya bonsai village, a quiet area with many old bonsai farms. And while you are there, why not eat at some of the delicious sushi restaurants in Omiya. Here are five selected shops and a note about the bonsai village.
Ginza is a really nice place to spend the day, there are tons of cafes and fancy restaurants, as well as it being an awesome shopping district. But with such an important concentration of restos, it can get a little overwhelming. So you can leave it up to us and check out our suggestions on where to have a nice lunch in Ginza!
I couldn't believe what I had stumbled upon when I went here for the first time! Sushi Koraku Bekkan is a Tokyo local's secret! A charming little restaurant that serves up delectable sushi and sashimi in business district Kojimachi.
Wondering what to eat in Asakusa? They have a variety of restaurants to choose from. Just try these listed restaurants if you wish to have a unforgettable dining experience! Here is the selected 6 incredible restaurants offering great food and atmosphere.
Walking around Kichijoji and wondering what to eat? How about some sushi? You never go wrong with sushi in Japan! And Kichijoji has a good many great choices from cheap sushi-train sushi bars to high-end restaurants. Here are five selected places you should try!