Updated: July 30, 2020
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5 Best Pizza Restaurants In Shinjuku

Shinjuku

Looking for some great pizza in Shinjuku? You should have a look at these popular pizzerias! Most of them serve wood oven baked Neapolitan pizza.

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Pizzeria Capoli

Pizzeria Capoli serves authentic Napoletean pizza for a ¥1,200 to ¥2,100 a pizza that you can have either Statione, Napoletana traditional, or Marinara style. It's also possible to get an "half and half". The pizzas are wood-over backed the traditional way. People love the thick soft crust here and the toppings are top-notch, which is why this place is extremely popular!
Located a 1-minute walk from the south-east exit of the Shinjuku Station or a 3-minute walk from Shinjuku Sanchome Station.

800°DEGREES NEAPOLITAN PIZZERIA

This is a nice, new, stylish restaurant on the second floor of NeWoMan (New South Exit of Shinjuku Station). The pizza style is also Napolitean, and what makes it interesting is that the pizza you order is custom-made. When you order, there is a topping bar from which you select the ingredients you want. It's a very simple, efficient system! You'll know exactly what you'll be served even if you don't speak Japanese.

Pizzeria LUMEN

This place is so popular that it might be better to make a reservation before-hand just to be safe. The pizzas are outstanding, and they serve nice pasta dishes and other Italian specialties as well that are worth trying. Also, the wine selection is one of the best in Shinjuku for a restaurant of its kind.

Pizza K

https://www.hotpepper.jp/strJ000841881/
This place has some really nice pizzas and Italian food, and the over-the-top classical Italian themed decor is the other reason why you should visit. If you want to drink a lot, they offer all-you-can-drink options so this could be a good place for parties!
https://www.hotpepper.jp/strJ000841881

PIZZA SALVATORE CUOMO

Salvatore Cuomo in Kabukicho offers a lunch buffet with lots of pizza choices for just ¥1,280 (90 minutes). The pizza is pretty good for the price! This place is definitely worth the go if you worked up an appetite.

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