Updated: November 07, 2018
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The Best Tofu Restaurants in Tokyo!


Here are the best tofu restaurants to try while in Tokyo. Tofu is such a versatile and delicate ingredient and can be prepared in such a surprising number of ways. Even those who don't particularly like tofu will be impressed by these delicious restaurants!

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Futaba has been making great tofu and other tofu products since 1907. It is located on the street called "Amazake yokocho", just a minute from Ningyocho station.
They serve teishoku (Japanese style set meal) which comes with rice, soup, and various tofu dishes. The meal is delicious, and at the same time, very healthy and well-balance They also sell take-out products like donuts made from soy milk.

Tofu Sorano Shibuya (とうふ空野渋谷)

Tofu Sorano Shibuya serves amazing tofu dishes in a beautiful setting. Whether you're vegetarian or not, you will definitely appreciate this wonderful restaurant for the cuisine and the ambience. The dishes are carefully prepared tofu dishes which are perfect for vegetarians, but there are also meat dishes. The atmosphere is so relaxing, it is the epitome of Japanese aesthetic. Expect to pay around 4,000 yen per person.

Umenohana 梅の花

Umenohana's atmosphere is calming and relaxing with its Japanese themed interiors. Some places have a small Japanese garden near the entrance, which creates a welcoming ambience, and their rooms are mostly private. They offer traditional tofu and yuba cuisines along with seasonal offers. It is recommended to order a course so you can have a variety of tofu cuisines. They offer seasonal course that is available for only limited time. Their lunch menu is available at a fairly reasonable price around ¥2,000~3,000, and their dinner is for ¥6,000~7,000.

Tokyo Shiba Tofuya Ukai 東京芝とうふ屋うかい

This restaurant is a traditional style Kaiseki restaurant in Shibakoen. It is a walkable distance from Onarimon or Kamiyacho station. The restaurant is located right under the Tokyo tower, so not only do you get its view, but you can also see the beautiful traditional garden. If you are looking for a traditional Japanese experience with a breath-taking view and delicious Japanese cuisine, this is the place to go during your trip in Tokyo.It is a set menu with 8-9 courses and specializes in tofu dishes, and they are absolutely delightful dishes.
The lunch courses are 5,940 yen on weekdays (and 7,560 yen on weekends); the dinners courses are between 10,800 and 16,200 yen.

Matsukawa 松川

Matsukawa is a high-end and incredibly exclusive Kaiseki restaurant in Akasaka. Kaiseki means a succession of small and impressively elaborate dishes. For example, the cold soba dish is served in a bowl carved in ice. It is that type of care for details that sets the resto worlds apart from the other ones. They don't specialize in tofu per say, however, they have many delicious and delicate tofu dishes. Lunch and dinner starts at about ¥30,000.

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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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