Updated: January 09, 2020
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Kagurazaka Stagione: delectable Italian pizza course from ¥1,500


Looking for some tasty and authentic Italian pizza in central Tokyo? Then Kagurazaka Stagione is a superb option. But don't just go there for the tasty pizza, the rooftop terrace alone makes it worth the go!

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Kagurazaka Stagione

Stagione is a great option for Neapolitan pizza in the Kagurazaka-Iidabashi area. Lunch options start at ¥1,500, and a dinner course will cost you around ¥7,000.
The restaurant is located about a 5-minute walk from either Kagurazaka station or Iidabashi station. Walk through the traditional Japanese gates, to get to the secluded restaurant.
The interior is modern and stylish, but the best thing about the atmosphere of the restaurant is the roof-top terrace boasting an amazing view of Kagurazaka. If you go during the summer season, you've got to reserve a terrace seat!

Affordable weekday lunch options from ¥1,500

From Monday to Friday, Stagione offers three sets ranging in price from ¥1,500 to ¥3,400.

The cheapest A course features an appetizer, pasta or pizza, a dessert and coffee. The B course (¥2,400) has a fish or meat plate on top of that, and the C course (¥3,400) comes with a glass of wine, a dessert assortment and more appetizers.

Dinner courses from ¥6,500

In the evening, Stagione has a warm romantic atmosphere so it's a popular place for dates. They have two evening courses that you can order (from two or more people).

One is ¥6,500 and features 7 servings including pasta and pizza, another course is ¥8,500 and features 10 servings.

In closing...

There are many Italian restaurants in Kagurazaka, and this one is arguably one of the best for the price. The ¥1,500 weekly lunch option is particularly a good deal if you just want to try it out.
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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