It’s an old with a hint new - an authentic bar district from the Showa period.
- Shinjuku Golden Gai
- Shibuya Center Gai Niku Yokocho
Have your fill of tasty meat dishes at Niku Yokocho in Shibuya Center Gai
- Sato Yosuke
Inaniwa udon restaurant founded in 1860. Enjoy the smooth texture!
- Sarashina Horii
Founded in 1789, the restaurant serves one of the three major soba genres that you don't want to miss. It is the original Sarashina soba restaurant.
Great combination allows you to enjoy both tempura and soba at this historic restaurant located in Mitsukoshimae, a shopping district.
- Rikugien Fukiage Chaya
A Japanese-style cafe located in a beautiful Japanese garden, Rikugien, where you can enjoy a set of matcha and jo-namagashi.
- Omoide Yokocho
Outstanding underground atmosphere, an izakaya district that will transport you to the Showa period.
- Odaiba Takoyaki Museum
Selected exquisite takoyaki shops in one food court. A takoyaki dream!
- Nunotsune Sarashina
Historic soba restaurant famous among those in the know, with an ultimate commitment towards soba and its sauce.
160-year historic establishment committed to home-made quality, a must-visit for Japanese sweets in Asakusa.
- Nezu Kamachiku
A popular specialty udon restaurant originally from Osaka, now in Tokyo!
- Mendokoro Ginzasa
The set menu of ramen and tai-meshi which you can enjoy with ramen soup is very popular. Many people queue for this specialty.