Updated: November 06, 2018
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MUST VISIT! 6 Selected Restaurants in Asakusa

Wondering what to eat in Asakusa? They have a variety of restaurants to choose from. Just try these listed restaurants if you wish to have a unforgettable dining experience! Here is the selected 6 incredible restaurants offering great food and atmosphere.

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Denkiya Hall (デンキヤホール)

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It is a family-run restaurant established over 100 yeas ago. The interior is full of retro decorations which creates the amazing nostalgic atmosphere.

The menu is based on the owner's grandpa's recipes. They have a variety of menu to choose from. If you don't know what to get, try their signature menu "Omumaki", which is a stir fried noodles wrapped in egg. They also have desserts menu so you can come to take a break too.
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Access

7 minutes walk from Asakusa station (subway lines)
3 minutes walk from Asakusa station (Tsukuba express)

Asakusa Chakoru (浅草 ちゃこーる)

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Chakoru is a yakitori (skewered chicken grilled over charcoal) restaurant. The owner is particular about the ingredients and the way to grill, resulting in the excellent yakitori.

They have an unique yakitori selection you can't find at other restaurants. They especially use various kinds of French ingredients like quail and game meat (hunted wild animals). You can experience the globalization of Japanese yakitori culture!
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Access

12 minutes walk from Asakusa station (subway lines)
10 minutes walk from Asakusa station (Tsukuba express)

Sakurada (櫻田)

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Sakurada is a Edo (old Tokyo) style restaurant, offering traditional Edo dishes and old-fashioned atmosphere which makes you feel as if you travel back to the past.

Following the Edo style, you cook the food on the charcoal grill by yourself. They also try to be more environmentally friendly as Edo people did, by using organic vegetables, local seafood and meat. They are so fresh and becomes more flavorful when you grill them.
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Access

5 minutes walk from Asakusa station (subway lines)
3 minutes walk from Asakusa station (Tsukuba express)

Asakusa Takase (浅草 高勢)

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Takase is one of the most famous sushi restaurant in Japan. Asakusa Takase is a branch where you can experience the sushi as great as the original shop.

The owner selects freshest and high-quality seafood from Tsukiji fish market every morning, and makes sushi loaded with a big slice of the seafood. They also have a wide variety of other dishes. There are only counter seats and the ambiance is amazing too.
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Access

7 minutes walk from Asakusa station (subway lines)
7 minutes walk from Asakusa station (Tsukuba express)

Asakusa Napoleon Quiche (浅草 ナポレオン キッシュ)

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This restaurant specializes in quiche. The owner was a chef at a famous French restaurant, and he decided to open his own restaurant to serve the sophisticated quiche.

You can choose from a wide selection of quiche. All the quiche are amazing, fluffy fillings, crispy crust, and loaded with a plenty of ingredients. Camembert cheese quiche is topped with big pieces of creamy cheese! You can eat in the restaurant or take out.
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Access

7 minutes walk from Asakusa station (subway lines)
7 minutes walk from Asakusa station (Tsukuba express)

Asakusa Yakatabune Amitei (浅草屋形船 あみ貞)

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Yakatabune (literally "house boat") is a must-have attraction in Asakusa. It is a traditional river cruising in a roofed boat in which traditional Japanese food is served.

Amitei travels along the Sumida river and passes Odaiba and Tokyo Sky Tree. Sakura (cherry blossoms) season is especially recommended! As well as the amazing view, you can also admire the high-quality Japanese dishes like fresh sushi and tempura. They use selected seasonal ingredients so you can enjoy the seasonality in Japanese cuisine.
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The interior is great too. These traditional Japanese style decoration will make your yakatabune dining more special. Make sure to make a reservation.
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Access

3 minutes walk from Asakusa station (subway lines)

Explore Asakusa! Explore Tasty Food!

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Asakusa is one of the most popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Don't miss their great restaurants and delicious dishes too! They will give you an unforgettable dining experience and make your Asakusa visit complete.

If you look for more attractions in Asakusa, check "Asakusa Navi" from the link below and find what to do there!

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