This cosy French Asian fusion restaurant in trendy Akasaka, Tokyo brings a delightful double act to diners. Combining traditional Japanese hospitality with complex French and Japanese cuisine this is a restaurant to experience when you come to Tokyo.
Tokyo Akasaka Yabu Soba is directly connected to Akasaka Station and is in the Akasaka Biz tower. The interior is relaxing and you can also reserve private rooms so it is a great place for a business lunch or dinner. The buckwheat flour for the soba is ground in the store so it has an enticing smell of buckwheat and sesame oil for the tempura as you enter the restaurant.
The vegetarian boom that is going on in the West is finally starting to catch up in Japan. At a Japanese bistro in Akasaka, Tokyo, called "Nihonnsyunisuruka", they started serving fake meat.
Sekine is arguably one of the best high-end restaurants in Japan to have one of the country's most iconic delicacy, unagi (soft water eel). The restaurant was even awarded a Michelin star for its outstanding cuisine.
Akasaka Kikunoi is a 2-Star Michelin Restaurant right in Akasaka, Tokyo. Although it is in the centre of one of Tokyo's most famous and business district, you will feel as though you are in calm and beautiful Kyoto. What a wonderful escape for a few hours!
The restaurant is famous for its "tapas style"; in Japanese known as Kappo-ryori, kaiseki's less formal relative.
HACHIHACHI is a yakiniku (Japanese bbq) restaurant that specializes in Kyushu Wagyu (Japanese brand beef known for its exquisite marbling). They also have some excellent wines to pair that with. For a superb yakiniku experience, you'll love this place in Akasaka, Tokyo.