Updated: February 08, 2019
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Kaikaya by the Sea (in Shibuya): as the Saying goes"No Kaikaya, No Heaven"

Kaikaya by the Sea has become an iconic seafood restaurant in Shibuya. You've read that correctly Shibuya, which is in the western part of downtown Tokyo, not "by the sea" by any stretch of the imagination. One thing is for sure though, Kaikaya has built its reputation on serving outstanding seafood in a comfortable atmosphere. Here is more on this flagship establishment!

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Kaikaya by the Sea

Kaikaya is located a 10-minute walk from the Shibuya Station or a 2-minute walk from the Shinsen Station. It has a an interesting facade that you probably won't miss. The design is made to resemble beach restaurants.
During festival season in September, lanterns are hung in the adjacent streets. You get to see this beautiful scenery on your way to the restaurant!
The secret to serving such great seafood is that the products come directly from Sagami Bay. The chef and owner, Mr. Tange, has built a network of providers he relies on for a steady supply of the best seasonal seafood.
The cuisine is essentially Japanese but also has some western accents. Every dish is extremely well presented!
There are also some cooked fish options which are equally as good as the sashimi.
There are some meat options as well such as this harami (tender belly meat) beef.
The place serves excellent Japanese sake in the traditional way!
At Kaikaya you'll find some to the best seafood in Tokyo served in a comfortable, friendly environment. You should definitely have this one added to your bucket list!
tabikamome
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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