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HOMMAGE

Chef Arai Noboru brings unpretentious French cuisine — and two Michelin Stars — back to his hometown of Asakusa, where he pays homage to his teachers and his suppliers by delighting guests with a no-frills approach.
Lunch: ¥21,000-50,000
Dinner: ¥37,000-50,000
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Oniku Karyu

Chef Haruka Katayanagi delights guests with A4- and A5-grade kuroge wagyu made into exquisite course menus at his Michelin-starred restaurant Ginza Oniku Karyu.
Dinner: ¥50,000-51,000
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Sushi Tenkawa

Sushi Tenkawa invites guests to savor meticulously curated sushi courses in Ebisu. Take time to relax away from the busy city and indulge in Edomae sushi and seasonal vegetables for a colorful and delicious sushi experience.
Lunch: ¥10,000-40,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-40,000
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Udatsu Sushi

Chef Udatsu Hisashi makes an unorthodox combination of herbs and sushi at his Michelin-starred Nakameguro restaurant. Designed around the theme of “art x sushi”, every piece of nigiri and maki look just as good as they taste.
Lunch: ¥12,000-18,000
Dinner: ¥23,000-43,000
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Imayoshi Otemachi Sushi

The oldest sushi restaurant in Otemachi, Tokyo — get a taste of true sushi tradition.
Lunch: ¥25,000-30,000
Dinner: ¥25,000-30,000
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Shojin Ryori Daigo

Sample the all-natural, meat-free cuisine of historic Japanese Buddhism at this Michelin-starred restaurant in Tokyo.
Lunch: ¥15,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥25,000-40,000
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Azabu Asai

Located in one of Tokyo’s most glamorous districts, this 21-seater Nishi-Azabu establishment transforms ingredients sourced directly from head chef Taichi Asai’s hometown into a masterful mixture of French-tinged Kyoto culinary tradition.
Lunch: ¥10,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-40,000
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Yakitori Ginza I

Generous use of seasonal vegetables and inventive twists like foie gras in chicken tsukune set Chef Koichi Inoue’s yakitori restaurant apart. When dining at Yakitori Ginza I, wine pairings from the in-house sommelier are a must.
Dinner: ¥15,000-35,000
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Halal Sukiyaki Restaurant Diyafa

One of the first of its kind, Chef Osagawa Hideki’s halal sukiyaki restaurant near Mita offers Muslim diners a chance to try this Japanese staple, with top-quality Shiretoko wagyu beef from Hokkaido.
Lunch: ¥15,000-25,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-25,000
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Kani Kato Asakusa

A veteran kappo chef whips the freshest crabs from Hokkaido, Fukui and Ishikawa Prefectures into stunning course menu spreads that let diners relish the textures, flavors and colors of the season through the avenue of fresh-caught seafood.
Dinner: ¥38,000-65,000
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Tsunokamizaka Koshiba

Savor hassun, a dish expressing Japan’s ancient way of life and the essence of kappo cuisine, served on antique dishes that evoke the tastes and aromas of Yayoi kitchens long forgotten.
Dinner: ¥28,000-29,000
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NOURA

Asakusa visitors will find that they won’t have to break the bank for Michelin-standard French food at this bistro. Served up by two France-trained chefs, NOURA’s cuisine is unpretentious, relaxed, and most importantly, absolutely delicious.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000
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Sakana Bar Ebisu

Sakana Bar’s seafood offerings span almost every coastal culinary culture possible, using freshly-caught domestic Japanese seafood. Their oyster tasting comparison course is particularly popular with oyster aficionados.
Dinner: ¥5,000-10,000
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Sushi Hajime (Shibuya)

Fall in love with Edomae sushi at this Shibuya sushi restaurant. It’s the rice that steals the show here: Aizu Koshihikari cooked traditionally in a hagama pot and treated with a proprietary blend of red vinegar made from sake lees.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-30,000
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Sushi Tokyo 81

Intimate with an air of sophistication, this backstreet Gotanda sushi restaurant offers traditional Edomae sushi with premium ingredients, as well as other signature offerings like a sea urchin tasting comparison course.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-20,000
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Kagurazaka Kuzuryu Soba

The pride of Fukui Prefecture, Echizen cuisine features prominently in this Kagurazaka restaurant, which uses the finest ingredients from the Hokuriku region. Seasonal delicacies from the Echizen Coast and local sake delight visitors.
Dinner: ¥5,000-15,000
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Sushi Koshikawa

Less than a minute from Akasaka Station’s Exit 7, this traditional Edomae sushi restaurant draws a regular crowd for its relaxed and inviting atmosphere, impeccable nigiri creations, and extensive sake offerings.
Lunch: ¥10,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-30,000
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Robata Omoto Kagurazaka

Charcoal-grilled Hokkaido pork, beef and seafood in the heart of Tokyo’s former geisha district Kagurazaka. Pair this intimate, rustic robatayaki experience with a glass of local Hokkaido sake or shochu.
Dinner: ¥15,000-30,000
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Alternative

At this Shirokane restaurant, vegetables don’t play second fiddle, instead being put in the spotlight via Chef Saito Takayuki’s creative French-based cuisine. Menu highlights change seasonally, with sweetfish in the summer and asparagus in spring.
Lunch: ¥7,000-35,000
Dinner: ¥7,000-35,000
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Tempura Ten Soso Roppongi Hills

Tempura Ten Soso offers a premium tempura experience featuring fresh seasonal ingredients sourced within and outside Japan. The restaurant is headed by Chef Keita Sato, a famous name in the tempura scene.
Dinner: ¥30,000-50,000
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Makiyaki Ginza Onodera

Michelin-starred French restaurant with touches of Basque cuisine, where the smoky fragrance from their signature wood-fired grill welcomes visitors.
Lunch: ¥10,000-40,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-40,000
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Nishiazabu Sushi Shin

Chef Shintaro Suzuki’s attention to detail in his traditional Edomae sushi made his restaurant one of the first in history to receive a Michelin star. See for yourself why his sushi is a cut above the rest.
Lunch: ¥20,000-40,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-40,000
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Hiroo Ishizaka

Located in the upscale neighborhood of Hiroo, Tokyo, Hiroo Ishizaka emerges as a gastronomic sanctuary for sushi enthusiasts.
Dinner: ¥36,000-40,000
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Mutsukari

This Michelin-starred gastronomic haven seamlessly crafts the pinnacle of traditional Kaiseki cuisine, creating an atmosphere that mirrors the sophistication of its upscale surroundings.
Dinner: ¥20,000-30,000
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Monolith

This French restaurant in Tokyo is always evolving classic French cuisine into fusion wonders based on the chef’s “Neo Classic” approach and has earned one Michelin star for its efforts.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-20,000
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Tanimoto

A focus on simplicity and delicacy have landed Tanimoto a star in the Michelin Guide for two years. Relying on the basics, owner-chef Tanimoto Seiji wows diners with little more than rice, dashi-based dishes, and fresh seasonal ingredients.
Dinner: ¥35,000-40,000
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Higashiyama Muku

The brainchild of a chef with a background in mechanical engineering, Higashiyama Muku places emphasis on a multi-sensory dining experience, as well as unadorned, natural flavors using traditional Japanese culinary techniques.
Dinner: ¥20,000-25,000
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Yakitori Sei

Discover a dream turned reality: a Tokyo yakitori restaurant born from a family legacy. Impeccable ingredients, artful techniques, and a personalized dining experience await around an intimate 16-seat counter.
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000
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Got lucky and sat in front of the chef’s main counter. Sushi was fresh with different taste and textures which gave me new sushi experiences. 100% recommended!
Nila Krisna
July 23, 2024
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Sushi Hajime (Shibuya)
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By far the best wagyu steak I ever had. Melt in your mouth and flavourful. The master chef dedicates his entire focus on cooking the steaks on a skewer over a flame, came out a perfect medium rare as I had requested. Little details like the fried garlic that he freshly chops immediately beforehand put this restaurant #1 as far as I am concerned.
Christopher Seto
July 22, 2024
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Shima
Restaurant in Tokyo
This meal was the highlight of our trip and easily one of the best meals we have ever had. Chef Miyazaki made us feel comfortable and prepared everything to perfection. The tiger prawns and scallops were amazing!
Chris Fink
July 17, 2024
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Nishiazabu Tempura Uoshin
Restaurant in Tokyo
The hosts were very generous with their hospitality and made our dining experience enjoyable and memorable. Everything was perfectly prepared with presented. We loved that they were patient our party, half of whom were young children who rarely experienced fine dining. It was definitely a highlight of our trip to Japan!
Eric Chow
July 17, 2024
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Dashin So-an
Restaurant in Tokyo
I am trying to consume less alcohol, and I thought that with this choice, I will have to give up fun nights out with friends or enjoying a pretty cocktail. But thanks to THE 5th by SUMADORI-BAR, I can have a fun night out in Shibuya and enjoy beautiful, photo-worthy cocktails without worrying about health risks related to alcohol! All the cocktails I tried were not only very pretty and colorful but also super delicious. I can't wait to visit again soon!
Ana Bahudu
July 02, 2024
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THE 5th by SUMADORI-BAR
Restaurant in Tokyo
Frequently Asked Questions

How to reserve restaurants in Tokyo?

You can always reserve a seat at a restaurant in Tokyo by making a direct phone call to the restaurant itself. However, as not all staff speak English, this can often be very difficult due to the language barrier. In some cases, certain restaurants will allow reservations in English via their website. Although, when this is not the case, you can make a reservation via an online platform. There are many sites which are designed to help foreigners make restaurant reservations in Tokyo and greater Japan. ByFood is one such platform where you can go to book experiences and make reservations at restaurants in Japan. The platform allows you to filter restaurants in Japan by area, food, and other preferences, making it easy to choose a restaurant and make a reservation. All you have to do is select the restaurant in Tokyo where you’d like to place a reservation and add your reservation details. ByFood will make the reservation on your behalf and send you a confirmation email. In the event that the reservation fails, you will receive a failed reservation email.

Is a reservation required for restaurants in Tokyo?

This depends on the restaurant. Casual restaurants and chain restaurants in Tokyo generally do not require a reservation, however if you are in a big group, it can be a good idea to place a reservation ahead. Premium and high-end restaurants tend to require reservations, especially those which are popular and are all booked 2 or 3 months in advance. It is not possible to reserve at some casual restaurants like diners or some izakayas.

What is the average cost of a meal at restaurants in Tokyo?

A meal at a regular restaurant in Tokyo will generally cost somewhere between 1000 and 3000 yen for a meal, depending on the restaurant. If you’re on a budget, keep in mind that options tend to be cheaper during lunchtime. Fine dining restaurants can start at around 4000 yen per person and even cost more than 20,000 per meal.

Best Restaurants in Tokyo

Tokyo is an absolute culinary wonderland, and is the proud city holding the most Michelin-starred restaurants in the world. Discover restaurants offering every cuisine of every caliber. Each district of Tokyo plays to its strengths when it comes to restaurants in Tokyo. From kawaii cat cafes in Harajuku to the glitzy upscale diners in Ginza, each Tokyo restaurant offers its own unique culinary adventure. Get lost somewhere down a yokocho alley in Shinjuku, or party it up at an izakaya in Shibuya. The range of restaurants in Tokyo is phenomenal, always offering high-quality delicious food, wherever you might find yourself seated. In this crazy city, you never really know what kind of specialty Tokyo restaurant you might stumble upon.

No matter what kind of dining experience in Tokyo you desire, traditional Japanese restaurants (some run by old couples for decades) coexist with futuristic ones (filled with robots or servers dressed as maids), offering a smorgasbord of foreign and local Japanese cuisine. Enjoy grilling your own top-grade wagyu beef, or watch the freshest sushi prepared in front of you by a chef dining at an omakase sushi restaurant in Tokyo. Maybe better still, slurp up hearty ramen noodles squashed in elbow-to-elbow with locals somewhere downtown, or at a family-run tempura restaurant in Tokyo with only 10 seats and an astonishing queue.

Not sure where to start? Experience the best of this culinary wonderland and reserve your seat in a Tokyo restaurant to guarantee yourself some of the best food in the city. Endlessly surprising and exciting, a Tokyo dining experience will satisfy every taste bud and accommodate any budget.