Suidobashi Restaurant Guide
Suidobashi is a district in the heart of Tokyo packed full of entertainment venues and dining spots, making it a popular day trip location for a feast of leisure activities as well as edible morsels. Restaurants here serve everything from up-market international menus to traditional Japanese-style assortments.
Entertainment aplenty, Suidobashi is where you will find Tokyo Dome, the home stadium of Japan’s most popular baseball team, Tokyo Giants. Tokyo Dome City is a mini amusement park, yes, built right in the city, a highlight being the park’s main rollercoaster known as the “Thunder Dolphin” that will have you flying through the LaQua Attraction area. You will also find the famous Korakuen stadium, which plays host to many of Japan’s top combat sport events, great to visit and learn more about combat sports and the sacred hall.
There are more than 60 restaurants, bars and cafes within the park, which is free to enter, offering everything from quick takeaway bites, catering to sports fans on-the-go, to fine dining to satisfy connoisseurs. For those who enjoy dinner with cityscape night views, head to the upper floors of a skyscraper or high-rise hotel building for a meal with a view.
As you venture away from the main entertainment attractions, encounter izakaya and taverns with yakitori, ramen, sashimi and more. The atmosphere comes alive at night, as these establishments fill up with salarymen relaxing after a hard day’s work.