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.).
Have you heard the Japanese word 'tachigui?' In Japanese, it means 'standing while eating' and refers to small restaurants and izakayas that don't have chairs to sit down at! 'Hakone Soba' is a tachigui soba restaurant, one of the common types of tachigui restaurants found in Tokyo. Check it out for a tasty bowl of noodles in a hurry!
Here are five well-known coffee shops and cafes in Iidabashi that are totally worth the try, either for their unique coffee and sweets or for their great atmosphere.
Sushi Tokyo Ten is a popular sushi restaurant located right outside the ticket gates of Shinjuku Station's New South Exit. The restaurant offers an authentic Edomae sushi counter experience at a very reasonable price considering the high quality. Read on for more details.
At LAMB one, you can enjoy quality lamb yakinku (sometimes called Japanese bbq) on grill-by-yourself helmet-shaped skillets. Also, the restaurant is a hitori yakiniku, which means its a solo bbq-style restaurant - a much-talked-about new style of restaurant in Japan.
If you're a fan of ramen, but you also like the wonderful texture and flavor of soba noodles (which are healthier anyway), then you'll love the 'niku soba' at Fukuro in West Shinjuku. Check it out the next time you're searching for lunch in the area!
We were curious to know where the people who work in Shinjuku like to eat, so we asked a Tokyo local named Tomo who works in West Shinjuku. He took us to one of his favorite lunch spots and showed us 'niku soba,' a delicious noodle dish that we're glad we tried!
We were curious to know where the people who eat in Shinjuku every day like to eat, so we asked an American named Paul who works in West Shinjuku. He took us to one of his favorite lunch spots and showed us 'niku soba,' a delicious noodle dish that we're glad we tried!
You can have a tasty bowl of ramen at one of Tokyo's most famous landmarks: the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building! Here's how to get it!