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L'Occitane in Tokyo is a great place to have a nice lunch or dessert set. You can sit down, relax and catch your breath while admiring the bustling streets of Tokyo from above.
For those who are looking for the best sushi experience in Tokyo, just go to a sushi restaurant & bar called "Sushi Sakaba Omotenashi" in Shibuya, and you will have a fulfilling experience. They offer sophisticated, elegant sushi and amazing an atmosphere with nice counter seats. You shouldn't miss this authentic sushi dining while in Tokyo.
Pausa caffè! An Italian phrase for a coffee break. Having coffee and pie in a deck is perfect to start a day stress-free. THE DECK, as its name implies, offers a comfy environment like the houses in the country and yet it is in a busy city of Tokyo.
Do you have a pancake craving? No worries! You can enjoy delicious pancakes at this chain cafe: Uzna Omom. Each branch has a unique interior and a special menu.
Sometimes you crave really sweet desserts right? Japanese desserts may not be sweet enough for some people, so here is an article introducing famous American dessert shops that are located in Tokyo!
Searching for authentic barbecue (BBQ) in Japan? SMOKEHOUSE has the best American-style. It is located right at the center of Tokyo, on Cat Street in Shibuya.
Have you ever thought of eating a slice of pizza as big as a person's face? In spite of the size, the price of that pizza is decent and you'll feel full after one slice. Most of all, it's New York style pizza! Feeling hungry now?
If you want squid when in Tokyo head to squid institution, Ika Center. Serving up Tokyo's most delicious deep-fried squid, grilled squid, squid sashimi and more, Ika Center promises you a night of awesome food and a real Japanese seafood experience.
Gelateria TIE-AN, located in the busy Shibuya district, now sells what it calls "gelato monaka". The new product is a cross between the famous Italian-type ice cream gelato and the Japanese monaka sweet which is usually a crisp wafer rice-cake filled with azuki bean jam.