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Scramble Cafe & Bar is probably the closest bar in proximity to Shibuya station! Literally across from the station under the tracks is this tidy cafe & bar serving up food and drinks from morning til the wee hours of the morning. If you're looking for a place to quench your thirst within a hop, skip, and jump from Shibuya station - this is it!
If you're around Shinjuku or looking for a good place for a dinner and drinks then why not try yakitori? For anyone that hasn't discovered Yakitori yet it is charcoal grilled chicken skewers that goes well with beer and the like! We've done the hard yards and found the best spots to get your hands on the mouthwatering yakitori in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Chanko nabe is a hot pot dish made famous amongst sumo wrestlers. It is a healthy, protein-rich dish with lots of seasonal vegetables. Some of the best chanko nabe is found in Tokyo. This dish isn't for the faint-hearted either, with each restaurant serving up volumes of food. Definitely go there on an empty stomach!
"Welcome home Master!" she says as you walk in the door! Japanese maid cafes have been around for a long time. Known for their cutesy girls and maid outfits, they also serve up some pretty decent food and drink options too. If you're after a unique experience when in Tokyo, read on for the top 8 maid cafes in Akihabara.
The best spots for gyoza in Tokyo! Gyoza are Japanese Pan-Fried Dumplings, aka juicy little pockets of goodness that are sometimes too good to stop eating! Found all throughout Japan, they usually accompany a bowl of ramen or served along side dishes at Chinese restaurants. If you're going to get gyoza in Tokyo make sure you hit these top 5 gyoza restaurants!
Here are eight amazing places to get kushikatsu and kushiage in Tokyo! Nothing better than eating a crunchy breaded piece of meat on a stick! Kushiage and Kushikatsu is a popular pub-style Japanese dish that can only be described as crunchy deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. Kinda like tempura on a stick but dipped in a sweet and salty sauce! Particularly popular with city workers and students, these restaurants are great for food and drinks after a long days work!
Toot! Toot! Japan isn't short of interestingly-themed restaurants! Just a little wander around the backstreets of popular tourist spots you'll find some pretty eye-opening restaurant signs. Testudo Izakaya (Railroad bar) Little TGV combines a maid cafe with a railway theme. All aboard!