These are the most amazing kissaten's (Japanese cafes) in Roppongi, Tokyo you need to try while wandering the area. Japanese cafes have an understated charm that you will surely grow to love. They are peaceful and the service is always polite. Kissatens give you a taste of Japanese Showa fashion and culture.
Sushi Saito, is a 3-Star Michelin Restaurant in Roppongi, Tokyo you need to try at least once in your life. Info about price and menu included.
Usukifugu Yamadaya in Nishiazabu Tokyo serves "fugu" (blowfish), which is considered to be one of the world's deadliest ingredients! Are you brave enough to try it? This 3-star Michelin Restaurant is undoubtedly the best possible to try it.
For a memorable kaiseki experience, you should stop by Ise Sueyoshi. It is a multi-sensorial experience where the chef is very particular about serving the freshest seasonal ingredients!
If you're vegan or vegetarian and would like to know what refined Japanese cuisine is all about, you should definitely come to try this one-star Michelin restaurant in Azabujuban in Tokyo! Each dish is prepared carefully and is a delight to the senses. In fact, you don't need to be vegetarian to appreciate this delicate cuisine.
Midtown Christmas is one of the most spectacular Christmas illumination events in Tokyo. The event is held from Nov. 18 to Dec. 25 at the Plaza Area of Tokyo Midtown located near the Roppongi Station.
It might seem counterintuitive to get pizza in Tokyo, of all places. But throughout your trip to Japan, you will definitely hear many people say that the best place they've ever had Italian cuisine is in... Tokyo! Pizza Studio Tamaki is la creme de la creme in terms of pizza in Tokyo!
If you're a tonkatsu fan, you've got to try Butagumi near Roppongi Station. It's hands down one of the best restaurants for the genre in Tokyo. Although it's a little expensive, you'll be amazed by how good their tonkatsu is!
This hidden gem is a paradise for fruit cocktail lovers. Try Gen Yamamoto san's exquisite cocktail tasting sets (omakase) made from seasonal fruits from all over Japan.