Tokyo Restaurant Guide
Tokyo is arguably the food capital of the world, with more Michelin star restaurants than any other city. Restaurants and izakaya strive for absolute perfection, and pay great attention to every aspect of the dining experience, sure to leave you full, but not so full you can’t be blown away.
While you will likely be in walking distance to whatever your stomach desires, different districts are known for particular cuisines. Ramen in Tokyo is popular in the salaryman-filled areas of Shinjuku and Ikebukuro, where bustling eateries stay open till the early hours of the morning. For some of the most renowned sushi in the world, and as the location of the acclaimed sushi master Jiro Ono, visiting Ginza is a must. Omotesando offers a blend of modern and western-influenced cafes and restaurants, popular with young people.
There are plenty of hidden gems offering unique experiences, so don’t be afraid to venture up high rise buildings and down small alleys to find some of the best restaurants the country has to offer all in one city. Most establishments offer a unique selection of sake, and also the prize winning Yamazaki single malt whisky. Where to start? Get inspired by cuisines and find restaurants near you!