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If you are in the mood to do a sushi omakase, this is the place. This is where all the famed sushi chefs go when they want to eat sushi. The place specializes in aged fish and is ranked the #5 best sushi place by Japanese users of Tabelog (Japan's Yelp). The omakase will run you 20,000 yen ($178).
Advance booking / reservation needed
Opening hours
Sunday Closed
Monday 11:30AM-1:30PM, 6PM-10:30PM
Tuesday 6PM-10:30PM
Wednesday 11:30AM-1:30PM, 6PM-10:30PM
Thursday 6PM-10:30PM
Friday 11:30AM-1:30PM, 6PM-10:30PM
Saturday 6PM-10:30PM
Phone
+81 3-3351-6387
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Soba Oden Ore no Dashi in Akasaka is one of favorite place for slurping noodles in Tokyo. Whether you’re chowing down on delicious mountain of buckwheat soba noodles or warming up over a bowl of oden loaded with delicious veggies and meats, this place is perfect for an inexpensive, satisfying meal. Take a seat at the bar so you can watch the busy kitchen, and enjoy the show.
Opening hours
Sunday Closed
Monday 11:45AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Tuesday 11:45AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Wednesday 11:45AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Thursday 11:45AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Friday 11:45AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Saturday 11:45AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Phone
+81 3-6441-2902
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Explore the Wonders of Japanese Food Halls at Isetan Dining
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One of the must-do things in Tokyo is visiting one of the department store food halls. Any time of day, this is a great option for cheap, delicious, and unique fare.

The basement of Isetan Dining is a great place to shop for beautiful pastries and snacks to take home. Recommended as a must visit by Chef Yoshiaki Takazawa of the 3-star Michelin Aronia de Takazawa.

"A wonderful shop to visit in Tokyo is the basement food hall at Isetan Department Store. It has lots of interesting suppliers, including Ameya Eitaro, a sweet company that dates back to 1857. It sells beautiful, innovative sweets like “sweet lip” candy, which looks like lip gloss but is edible. The first time I saw it, I was immediately inspired to create something similar in my cooking. Food should be fun." - Chef Takazawa
Opening hours
Sunday 11AM-10PM
Monday 11AM-10PM
Tuesday 11AM-10PM
Wednesday 11AM-10PM
Thursday 11AM-10PM
Friday 11AM-10PM
Saturday 11AM-10PM
Phone
03-3352-0909
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24 Hour Ramen in Private Stalls at Ichiran (一蘭 渋谷店)
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"Ichiran is one of the most famous ramen shops in Tokyo. The most interesting and fun thing about Ichiran is that you don’t talk to anybody. You feed money into a vending machine until a series of lights come on giving you options to make your selection. If you insert 1000 yen, 1 light goes on, if you insert another 100 yen, you see an option to add an egg. You even buy your beer through the vending machine.

After you've bought your tickets through the vending machine, you walk into an individual cubicle with wooden walls on both sides of you and slide your tickets under a curtain. A minute later, a bowl of noodles comes out underneath the curtain. You eat your bowl of ramen, and then you get out. You can't talk and you can't see anybody. If you only bought one beer and wanted another one, you'd have to leave to get another beer.

The ramen here was very good and my favorite part has to be that they give you a pack of MSG to add. It's just fantastic."

- Chris Jaeckle, Chef and Owner, All'Onda NYC, former chef at Morimoto Sushi Restaurant NYC
Opening hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Phone
+81 3-3463-3667
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Situated at the far end of the New Otani Hotel lobby, Okahan is a traditional-meets-upscale sukiyaki and shabu shabu restaurant. They serve up Japan’s most famous meat-centric dishes, which are prepared with the highest quality beef and served with carefully selected seasonal vegetables plus steamed rice and miso soup. Tableside, the expert chefs cook the sukiyaki dishes with a special blend of soy sauce and sugar while the shabu shabu dishes are boiled in a flavorful dashi. Pro-tip: The multi-course dinner can get pricey, but they also have an excellent (albeit more modest) lunch deal that doesn’t break the bank.
Opening hours
Sunday 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-9:30PM
Monday 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-9:30PM
Tuesday 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-9:30PM
Wednesday 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-9:30PM
Thursday 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-9:30PM
Friday 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-9:30PM
Saturday 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-9:30PM
Phone
+81 3-3261-3417
Photo credit: newotani.co.jp
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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf 東京ガーデンテラス紀尾井町店
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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf may be a Los Angeles brand, but in Tokyo, they take their menu to new heights. This popular coffee shop serves lattes, drip coffee, and tea, alongside a huge selection of sweets: chocolate cupcakes, berry pies, and fresh blueberry muffins, to name a few. Look out for their seasonal specialties, like matcha strawberry with whipped cream, fresh fruit, and graham crackers (available hot or iced). Plus, they have a cheap breakfast combo set (pastry + a drink) for less than 500 yen.
Opening hours
Sunday 7:30AM-9PM
Monday 7:30AM-9PM
Tuesday 7:30AM-9PM
Wednesday 7:30AM-9PM
Thursday 7:30AM-9PM
Friday 7:30AM-9PM
Saturday 7:30AM-9PM
Phone
+81 3-6272-6560
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Itamae Sushi, Akasaka is a modern Japanese eatery situated just across the street from the Akasaka-Mitsuke station. With a stylish yet casual interior made of light wood and glass accents, the restaurant is known for serving up supremely fresh and totally delicious sushi. While you can’t go wrong at Itamae, menu highlights include the braised tuna head and the reasonably priced sushi sets that come with a mix of artfully presented nigiri and sashimi offerings. Pro-tip: Keep your eyes peeled for the house whiskey specials.
Opening hours
Sunday 11:30AM-10:30PM
Monday 11:30AM-2:30PM, 5:30PM-3:30AM
Tuesday 11:30AM-2:30PM, 5:30PM-3:30AM
Wednesday 11:30AM-2:30PM, 5:30PM-3:30AM
Thursday 11:30AM-2:30PM, 5:30PM-3:30AM
Friday 11:30AM-2:30PM, 5:30PM-3:30AM
Saturday 11:30AM-10:30PM
Phone
+81 3-6659-7288
Photo credit: yelp.com
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Bar Tiare is an Akasaka Mitsuke bar that serves up expertly prepared cocktails with fresh-as-anything ingredients. Each drink is more beautiful than the last, served in a variety of uniquely shaped long-stemmed, lowball, and tumbler drinking glasses. The bar is dark and cozy to boot, with dark leather chairs and dim lighting that will allow you to easily pass time as you sip, chat, and relax.
Opening hours
Sunday Closed
Monday 5PM-1AM
Tuesday 5PM-1AM
Wednesday 5PM-1AM
Thursday 5PM-1AM
Friday 5PM-1AM
Saturday 5PM-1AM
Phone
+81 3-3585-7300
Photo credit: tabelog.com
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