Restaurant ranking

Restaurant ranking


1.Nurukan Sato

Roppongi, Tokyo

Japanese / Crab,Japanese / Kaiseki (traditional multi-course meal),Alcohol / Sake

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Savor the flavors of Japanese sake at different temperatures with a little help from Nurukan Sato's manager, who helps you decide your favorites through blind taste tests.

2. Kyoto Gion Tempura Yasaka Endo

Gion/Higashiyama, Kyoto

Japanese / General,Japanese / Tempura (battered, fried seafood and vegies),Japanese / Kyoto cuisine

We prepare a variety of tempura (deep fried foods) from season to season, with young sweetfish or bamboo shoots in the spring, to goby, matsutake mushrooms, and ginkgo nuts in the fall. Experience the freshness that Kyoto's f

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3.Otaru Masazushi Ginza

Ginza, Tokyo

Japanese / Sashimi (raw fish)/Seafood,Japanese / Sushi,Alcohol / Sake

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Otarumasazushi Ginza serves fine sushi and sashimi, fresh from Hokkaido, as well as other delicious seafood that is always seasonally prepared by their skillful master chef.

4.Teppan-yaki Kokoro

Kobe/Harborland, Hyogo

Japanese / Teppanyaki (grilled foods),Western / Steak,Western / Teppanyaki (grilled foods)

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Indulge in Teppanyaki featuring renowned Kobe beef from the Tajima and Awaji cattle strains - all the while enjoying a spectacular view of Kobe Port from the counter.

5.Teppanyaki Steak Kisentei

Roppongi, Tokyo

Japanese / Teppanyaki (grilled foods),Japanese / General

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Right at your table, the expert staff at Kisentei sukiyaki/shabushabu restaurant (sister of long-established Ningyocho Imahan) will energetically grill your beef, abalone or lobster.

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The kitchen of Tokyo metropolitans;
Every foodstuff comes into here from all over Japan.
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The Tsukiji Market is the largest market of marine products in Japan. The auctions start before dawn. At the area called "Uogashi Yokocho" (Fish-market back street), about 140 restaurants and tools shops are open for the workers as well as visitors. The area is always lively with full of people -- you can see long lines in front of some popular sushi restaurants. However, the market opens early in the morning and most of the shops/restaurants are closed before noon, so we suggest you to visit Tsukiji early in the morning. It is important to note that Tsukiji is a market of marine products, i.e., it's a workplace of many market workers so you have to behave as "a visitor" there.
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[Tokyo Central Wholesale Market]
5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Access from major landmarks

Tokyo Station - Tsukiji Station
・3 minutes from Tokyo Station to Ginza Station via Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
・4 minuites from Ginza Station to Tsukiji Station via Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
・5 minutes walk from Hibiya Station

Attractions near Tsukiji

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