Updated: November 06, 2018
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You Should Now Visit these French Restaurants in Kagurazaka, Tokyo

Kagurazaka is a very cute neighborhood in Shinjuku. It has many upscale Japanese restaurants in old houses along small alleys so it is nicknamed "Little Kyoto". But, it also has many delicious French restaurants which also gave it the nickname of "Little Paris". Let's visit Little Paris in Tokyo, to have a taste of France in a lovely Japanese neighborhood!

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Le Bretagne

Le Bretagne is located in between Iidabashi and Kagurazaka station, both being under a ten minute walk. This restaurant has branches all over the world, including Brittany, Paris and all over Tokyo. The class ham & cheese is delicious, especially accompanied with some great cider.

Kagurazaka La Tourelle

La Tourelle is also walking distance from Iidabashi or Kagurazaka station. It is actually a Michelin recommended restaurant.
It is a nice place to slowly enjoy your meal with friends or a date. The dishes and the wine went great together and the staff was very polite.

L’atlas

This restaurant is about 5 minutes from Kagurazaka station, and In a chic, yet comfortable setting, the chef serves delicious dishes with a beautiful presentation, since after all, we tend to eat with our eyes first! The establishment is non-smoking, so the smell of cigarettes doesn't interfere with the taste. The restaurant offers seasonal menus.
On weekdays, lunch is ¥5,700-¥8,500; and on weekends, lunch is between ¥6,000-¥10,300. Dinner is ¥11,350-¥15,500.

Bisous

Walking distance from both Kagurazaka Iidabashi station, this restaurant is in a beautiful building.
They offer beautiful (!!) dishes in a modern setting. And lunch is actually affordable! For between ¥1,000-¥2,300 you can have a lunch course. For dinner, it is around ¥3,000-¥5,000. The dishes are like a work of art, you need to see it in person!

Bon Gout Kagurazaka

Directly next to the station, this restaurant is very beautiful with a completely white interior. The dishes are small but are perfect for sharing. The concept is a restaurant serving French appetizers, so it's a great place to go with a group of friends. The sign on the outside is in Japanese, so it might be a little hard to find.
The lunch menu is about ¥1,000.

Le Coquillage

Less than a 5 minute walk from Iidabashi station, this cute little cafe even has a terrace so you can enjoy great food outside in the summer. They have delicious galettes and quiches.
Lunch is about ¥1,000 for one plate or ¥1,800- ¥2,500 for a course. It's a casual French restaurant that serves great food in a comfortable bistro-style ambience.

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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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