Updated: November 06, 2018
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Israeli/Kosher Restaurants in Tokyo!!!

When you're travelling abroad, it's hard to keep kosher, and for that reason, vegetarian restaurants are a safe-bet. But worry not, we made a list of kosher restaurants establishments you can visit while in Tokyo! Although not certified Kosher, at the end of the list are three delicious Israeli restaurants which might be OK, depending on your level of Kashrout.

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Chana's Place

https://www.chanasplace.com/
Chana's place is the first certified Kosher restaurant in Tokyo; it is located in a Chabad house in the Takanawa neighborhood. Rabbi Mendi Sudakevich, the Chabad emissary in Tokyo, established the restaurant himself. We suggest the Shakshuka if you miss Israeli food. Please note the restaurant also offers a Shabbat meal set for ¥10,000
https://www.chanasplace.com/

King Falafel [Officially Closed]

[Restaurant is unfortunately now officially closed]


King Falafel has a Kosher certification by Rabbi Binyomin Edery and is located in Minami Azabu. The restaurant serves, as you may have guessed, falafel sandwiches, but also falafel lunch boxes. It was fresh and healthy, and it won't even cost you ‎¥1,000!

David's Deli

An honorary mention to David's deli, although it isn't certified kosher, it offers a variety of Jewish Ashkenazi and Sephardic dishes. You can have anything from Gefilte fish to falafel. Expect to pay around ¥1,000-¥2,000 for lunch and ¥2,000-¥3,000 for dinner. We suggest the hummus and falafel.

Shamaim

Shamaim is an Israeli restaurant at Ekoda station. Although it isn't certified Kosher, it offers mouth-watering all-you-can-eat Israeli dishes! The staff is super friendly and welcoming, and for only ¥2,400 (taxes included), you get a variety of Israeli dishes and you can order again whatever you like. We highly suggest this place!
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Ta-im

This restaurant is also not Kosher certified, but offers delicious Israeli cuisine. Ta-im in Ebisu, has the welcoming atmosphere of a tiny Japanese restaurant with the flare of Israel. Best of both worlds?
The food was great and authentic, as it was made by an Israeli chef. The chef is very welcoming and warm, and offers a wide variety of great Israeli wine. The falafel lunch is ¥1,360. Give it a try!

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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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