• Konaya

    Opened in 1983. Famous for curry udon.

  • Kinozen

    Spend some relaxing time in a sweets cafe located in the old, red-light district of Kagurazaka.


    Eat amazing dishes in a restaurant full of brilliant colors! This cafe is the source of “KAWAII Culture” in Harajuku.

  • Kappo Saito

    A Japanese restaurant run by a fish store owner, well-known for the delicious, quite large bowl of rice with sashimi just for 1,050 yen.

  • Kanda Matsuya

    A long-established soba restaurant founded in 1884 serving exquisite handmade soba.

  • Ikenohata Rengyokuan

    An old, established soba restaurant that has been operating for about 160 years with the simple seiro-soba enjoying a great popularity.

  • Ichiran

    Enjoy thick Tonkotsu ramen served with a secret sauce.

  • Horumon Zaichi

    Yakiniku restaurant that serves only Hida-gyu, awarded as the best branded beef in Japan, straight from a specific farm.

  • @ Home Café

    A Maid Café that prides itself with leading popularity in Akihabara. A fairy tale world awaits you!

  • Hokkaido Maruha Sakaba

    Ingredients imported from Hokkaido every day! A place to savor the taste of Hokkaido in Tokyo.

  • Hiroo No Curry

    Matsumoto Jun, a member of Arashi praised this curry on TV as the best curry he had ever eaten. Oxtail curry with oxtail topping became a topic of conversation among Arashi fans in Asia.

  • Hassho

    Picked up by Michelin's Bib Gourmand, you can taste Hiroshima's popular okonomiyaki in Tokyo!



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