- Posts tagged by Shibuya. I hope you can find your favorite restaurants!
Shibuya has a lot of casual and reasonably priced yakiniku restaurants. Here are some of the best you should definitely try out next time you visit the busy Tokyo district.
The best conveyor belt sushi (kaiten sushi) restaurants in Shibuya. Shibuya is a popular place where many young people come to hang out. You can find anything you're looking for in Shibuya, from clubs to delicious restaurants! You can also find a lot of good, fast and cheap restos! Just like these conveyor belt sushi restaurants.
【Shibuya, Tokyo: Restaurants You Can Eat Meat Sushi!】 Meat Sushi (Niku Sushi) is a new generation for sushi culture in Japan. If you get kind of tired of conventional seafood sushi, check it out! You can only eat delicious meat sushi in Japan. Try fresh horse meat and beef as nigiri sushi!
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!
Get that Beeeef! Yeah, you know it. Hakushu Teppanyaki is all about beef! This isn't a do-it-yourself kind of place. You leave it up to the chefs here to char the perfect steak. A small and friendly family-owned restaurant that's hard to look past. Jump right in!
Sometimes you want to dive beneath the surface and experience a down-to-earth, no-frills style eatery. Something with character, attitude, and energy. Kaikaya by the sea in the back streets of Shibuya bustles with this uncontrollable noise and laughter, and honest meals.
Pausa caffè! An Italian phrase for a coffee break. Having coffee and pie in a deck is perfect to start a day stress-free. THE DECK, as its name implies, offers a comfy environment like the houses in the country and yet it is in a busy city of Tokyo.
Tucked away on the third floor of a building on the opposite side of Shibuya station in area not frequented by many tourists is a beautiful quaint craft beer and sake bar, Taki. Matching some of the best beer and sake you try in Tokyo with delicate dishes, you're guaranteed to enjoy this hidden gem.
Analog Cafe in Tokyo is a nice place to come in for a bite and a great coffee. Although their shops are in busy areas of Tokyo, the atmosphere is really chill and laid-back.