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Search Results: Tokyo, Japanese / Sushi / Kaitenzushi (conveyer belt sushi) / Shabu-shabu (boiled meat slices)/Sukiyaki (hot pot stew) / Okonomiyaki (vegie/meat pancakes)/Monjayaki (Okonomiyaki pancakes using diluted batter) / Udon (noodles) / Kaiseki (course menu) / Japanese Sosaku (creative) / Motsu nabe (offal hotpot)

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Select the Japanese, Sushi, Kaitenzushi (conveyer belt sushi), Shabu-shabu (boiled meat slices)/Sukiyaki (hot pot stew), Okonomiyaki (vegie/meat pancakes)/Monjayaki (Okonomiyaki pancakes using diluted batter), Udon (noodles), Kaiseki (course menu), Japanese Sosaku (creative), and Motsu nabe (offal hotpot) restaurants you are interested in from the recommendations for Tokyo prefecture.
With SAVOR JAPAN, you can search recommended Japanese, Sushi, Kaitenzushi (conveyer belt sushi), Shabu-shabu (boiled meat slices)/Sukiyaki (hot pot stew), Okonomiyaki (vegie/meat pancakes)/Monjayaki (Okonomiyaki pancakes using diluted batter), Udon (noodles), Kaiseki (course menu), Japanese Sosaku (creative), and Motsu nabe (offal hotpot) restaurants found in Tokyo prefecture according to your search criteria such as area, budget, and cuisine.
You can also check the recommendations for Tokyo prefecture.
These recommendations for Tokyo prefecture include the restaurants in Ginza/Yurakucho/Tsukiji, Shinjuku, Roppongi, Sensoji Temple, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Skytree.
Recommended cuisines for Tokyo prefecture are Sushi, Sashimi, Tempura, Teppanyaki, Shabu-shabu / Sukiyaki, Yakiniku, Udon / Soba / Ramen, and Kaiseki(course menu).


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