Updated: April 18, 2019
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Must-try Restos Around Tokyo's Skytree Tower

Here are 6 recommendations for restaurants to try at or around Tokyo's Skytree tower. Here is a list of restaurants you should try in and around the famous Skytree tower in Tokyo.

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Tokyo Skytree

Skytree tower was built in 2010 and at the height of its 634 meters, it is the tallest tower in the world. Skytree tower is used primarily for television and radio broadcasting, but it is also a great tourist attraction. From the top, you get a great view of Tokyo. But it also includes many shops and restaurants.

Sky Restaurant 634

This restaurant is in the Tokyo Skytree and offers a breathtaking view of all of Tokyo; on a sunny you can also see Mt Fuji. This restaurant is a French-Japanese fusion restaurant. You can have a lunch course for ¥4,500-6,000, or a dinner course for ¥12,000-15,000. You can only choose from one of two set menus, but they are both exquisite. The menu is in Japanese and English, and the staff also speaks English.

Brasserie Aux Amis

This restaurant is also within the Skytree tower and offers a wonderful view of Tokyo. This French bistro has good wine, good service and a great view. You can have lunch for around ¥2,000 and dinner for around ¥5,000; there is also a ladies' set for ¥3,000.

Asakusa Sushi Ken

This Asakusa restaurant is the first certified halal sushi restaurant. It also has a prayer room in the restaurant. The fish is fresh, the location is great and the service is good. Lunch is from around ¥1,300; and dinner, from ¥5,000. Great for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.


Tsurujiro is a short walk from Asakusa station and specializes in "okonomiyaki" (a kind of savoury pancake/omelette) and "monjayaki" (a messier version of the former). You can also have "teppanyaki" (steak grilled on an iron plate). Lunch starts at ¥980 and dinner at ¥2,000.
The chef is very creative and thinks there is an array of ways to make okonomiyaki. For instance, he makes a "Two-Flavor Yaki", which is half-filled with pork and eggs, and half-filled with roe and cheese.

La Grande Calice

A few minutes from Asakusa station, it has good service, good food at a reasonable price and the location is also interesting, as it is near the temple and small shops.
For breakfast and lunch, there are 4 choices to choose from, they are all great! The morning set is tasty and the coffee is good too! For lunch, the croque-monsieur is awesome!
Lunch is about ¥800 and dinner is about ¥1,500.
For dinner, we suggest the galette!

Max Brenner

Max Brenner is originally an Israeli brand that has taken over the world by storm. They got chocolate-addicts hooked to their delicious desserts. They have anything chocolate you can ever hope for; chocolate pizza, waffles, crêpes, chocolate fondue, etc. You name it!
This branch is also located near Tokyo Sky Tree Sora machi, a few minutes from Tokyo Skytree Station and Oshiage Station Skytree.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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