We've included in this article some of the best all-you-can-eat buffets of Shinjuku of different genres (desserts, sushi, meat, vegetables, etc.).
In Shinjuku, there is a Kyoto-themed izakaya restaurant called "Kyomachi Koishigure." Walking inside the restaurant makes you imagine the beautiful streets of Kyoto. One of their specialty dishes is the "spilling sushi" which consists of rice, topped with an overloading amount of sea urchin, crab, salmon roe and minced tuna. There are many other Kyoto style dishes that you can enjoy at this entertaining Kyoto-themed restaurant!
Shinjuku area in Tokyo is filled with restaurants and bars. But, because there are so many, isn't hard to decide on one place? This article will introduce a restaurant in Shinjuku, "C by favy." You can eat good food and drinks for a super reasonable price, while also being able to socialize with other customers!
They call it the Tuna Demolition Show! And they have good reason to. Maguro Shoten is a tuna specialty restaurant in downtown Shinjuku, in the very heart of red light district Kabukicho. They offer a daily Tuna dismantling and carving show that will leave you drooling for some fresh tuna. Don't be deterred by the red light district location though, it's the perfect place for some great food and some truly good-fun entertainment! If you love tuna or sashimi, this is the place to be! You definitely won't be disappointed!
Gyukatsu MOTOMURA is a restaurant specializing in the new star of the Japanese food culture: the gyukatsu! Read on to learn more about this fantastic dish and about Gyukatsu MOTOMURA, the restaurant that's in large part responsible for creating the buzz!
Oedo Ayatori is one restaurant you should most definitely dine at to experience the quintessence of Japanese cuisine! Opened on the 26th of September, the place has it all. The service is exceptionally good, the atmosphere is modern, yet very Japanese and the food is simply out of this world, both for the taste and presentation!
Manten is only a 3-minute walk from Shinjuku Station's West Exit. Including beef and pork, there are about 40 kinds of innards to choose from here. You can cook the meat on a BBQ grill right inside the restaurant. Of course, this resto is awesome for those who love innards, but those who've never had it before will love it too!
In Shinjuku, Tokyo, from January 9th to 22nd, Keio Department Store is holding its popular Ekiben Festival. You'll be amazed by the 300 and over bento boxes made to be eaten on the train that come from all over Japan. A must-go for foodies and bento enthusiasts!
Located on the edge of Shin-Okubo, Tokyo's Koreatown, 'Californian Poke' is a cute shop that serves authentic, Californian-style poke in the middle of Tokyo! If you're searching for a healthy and satisfying meal that features fresh Japanese fish, this is an awesome choice!
Want to eat an overflowing bowl of delicious grilled pork (butadon)? Whether you're already a diehard butadon fan, or if you're curious to discover the deliciousness of the dish for the first time, you've got to head to 'Buta Daigaku' while you're in Shinjuku!