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Now located in Ginza, Coisof has renewed its menu and is now serving elegant parfaits with liqueur pairings.
To experience Japan's legendary Kobe Beef, Kobe Plaisir Ginza in Tokyo is a first-rate choice. They specialize precisely in Kobe Beef prepared teppanyaki style.
Located in the traditional neighborhood of Asakusa in Tokyo, Ninja Castle is a themed izakaya that immerses you in an Edo era atmosphere with ninjas as your hosts serving you delicious Japanese foods.
Jiromaru is a tachigui (stand and eat) yakiniku restaurant in Okachimachi, near Ueno Park in central Tokyo. The chef is a beef expert and chooses only the highest-quality cuts of meat to serve each day. If you're curious about tachigui, or you want to try some high-grade wagyu at an affordable price, Jiromaru is definitely worth a visit!
Ginza's fanciest ramen can be found at re:Dine Ginza, one of the most interesting concept restaurants in Tokyo. It features 3 different meats, including amazing wagyu beef that melts in your mouth as you eat it. For those searching for outstanding ramen in Ginza, this is as luxurious as it gets!
Hombino, a new resident restaurant at the shared kitchen restaurant re:Dine Ginza, is now serving 30 kinds of flavoured clam dishes. From hot and spicy to mild and creamy, you're bound to find your favourite flavour!
'Nanzan thé to thé' is a shop in Old Karuizawa (Nagano Prefecture) that serves a new kind of shaved ice that combines the flavors of western and Japanese sweets to make what the shop calls "kashi-gori" or "Candy Ice." The special shaved ice can only be purchased here, and shouldn't be missed if you're visiting Karuizawa!
Akakara Nabe is a fun izakaya located in Ikebukuro's Sunshine Street that serves awesome Nagoya-style food. In addition to great tebasaki (chicken wings), fried shrimp, and other izakaya specialties, the restaurant's featured item is nabe, or Japanese-style hot-pot. The hot pots feature a rich red miso base and a spiciness level from 0 to 10!!
'Rokkon' is a wonderful restaurant in Tokyo's Iidabashi neighborhood that specializes in wagyu (Japanese beef). All of the dining rooms are private, providing guests with a special dining experience. The must-try course is a magnificent wagyu kaiseki course featuring 24 different dishes for ¥6,000.
If you've ever dreamed of eating as much premium, A5 wagyu (Japanese beef) as your heart desires without spending a fortune, 'Iidabashi Batake' in Iidabashi, Tokyo might be just what you're looking for. The restaurant specializes in wagyu shabu-shabu, and offers several all-you-can-eat options at a very reasonable price!