Updated: November 28, 2018
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Super Cool Restaurants in Tokyo

From super high-end to themed restaurants, Tokyo has it all. How about trying foods that look like a flower bouquet, eating inside a temari ball and meeting the star of a documentary? Take your pick!

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Aronia de Takazawa

Takazawa is run by the super prized chef Takazawa and his wife, Akiko. With only two tables, expect a six months waiting list when booking a reservation. The meal comprises a ten dish course and is as beautiful as it is delicious. Prices are in accordance with the hype, starting at 30,000 yen.

Sukiyabashi Jiro

After Jiro Ono starred in the documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi", his already well-established reputation in Japan skyrocketed to global recognition. The restaurant has a very low-key ambiance, but what it lacks in extravagant decor, it makes up for with the food. The dish course changes every day, depending on the fresh produce available. There are only ten seats by the counter, so make sure to book your reservation in advance.

Aoyama Flower Market Tea House (Omotesando)

When you enter Aoyama Flower Market Tea House, it feels like you just arrived at an enchanted forest. The walls are lavishly adorned with beautiful flowers, surrounded by lush green trees and plants, illuminated with tiny little lights. The food, though simple, is arranged as beautifully as the decor. Delightful!

Nanairo Temariuta

Temari means "hand ball". Originally created as toys, the craft soon evolved into an art form, with the functional stitching becoming more decorative and detailed.
Nanairo Temariuta celebrates this ancient tradition turning the restaurant's tables into fun and cozy temari balls. The food ranges from temari shaped sushi to delicious desserts. Also requires a reservation.

Ninja Akasaka

And finally, a ninja-themed restaurant! Of course! This popular resto has received the visits of names like Lady Gaga and Steven Spielberg.
As you enter, ninjas will stealthily appear to lead you to your table. The decor evokes ancient Japan. You can choose from Japanese, Chinese and French cuisine, and yes, the food is also ninja-shaped.

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