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Tiger Gyoza, Hiroo – Inexpensive Yummy Family Eats!

Tiger Gyoza in Hiroo is an inexpensive but yummy restaurant to have a quick lunch or dinner. The speciality is gyoza (dumplings/pot stickers) both fried and boiled.  Tiger Gyoza is a chain with locations in Shibuya, Akasaka and many other locals around Tokyo, but we frequent the one in Hiroo. …

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Burger Mania – One of Tokyo`s Best Burger Restaurants, Hiroo

Burger Mania Hiroo (バーガーマニア広尾店) is our favorite family-friendly weekend burger place with the kids. The Burger Mania chain, also located in Shirokane and now Ebisu, has a California-like atmosphere, delicious burgers made from 100% Japanese beef patties and buns made from sake yeast. I love the avocado cheese burger (1290 yen), …

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Family Friendly Tokyo Sushi Restaurants

Tokyo family friendly sushi restaurants

Our family loves conveyor belt sushi. Here are our TOP Family Friendly Tokyo Sushi Restaurants. Do you have one to add? Leave a comment below.  Also checkout our handy basic Japanese guide for eating out!  When my out of town friends with elementary and teenage eater ask me for Tokyo …

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Midorie Organic Food Deli & Cafe (Yutenji, Tokyo)

midorie organic cafe

Midorie Organic food deli and cafe sits nestled in the backstreets of Yutenji, a lively residential neighborhood one stop from Nakameguro station. Midorie Organic Yutenji is the newest of their three stores specializing in seasonal organic fruits and vegetables, healthy sweets, pesticide-free rice and vegetables, farm fresh fish and additive-free seasonings. We visited …

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Top Tokyo Mexican Restaurants

Finding quality Mexican restaurants in Tokyo can be tough. We`ve done the legwork for you. Here are our favorite Tokyo Mexican Restaurants; from tacos, to burritos, to Tex-Mex we`ve got you covered. If not mexican, how about sushi? Also checkout our handy basic Japanese guide for eating out!  ***** Top Tokyo …

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Miss Saigon (Shibuya, Tokyo)

Miss Saigon is the closest to authentic Vietnamese food I`ve tasted in Tokyo. Hidden away in a small building in Shibuya it`s easy to miss. Our favorite meals are the Beef Pho, fresh shrimp spring rolls and the fried spring rolls – a crowd favorite. The staff, always dressed in their …

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Bondi Cafe, Hiroo

Bondi Cafe is a comfy, spacious, kid-friendly restaurant on a back street behind Hiroo station. The staff is super friendly and the atmosphere is laidback with a Bondi Beach feel with comfy sofas, some outdoor sitting and music. The food menu tends toward Hawaiian and Asian fusion serving soups, salads, …

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Zauo Fishing Restaurant, Meguro

Zauo Restaurant Meguro

Zauo fishing restaurant is definitely one to put on your Tokyo Bucket List. Catch your food, tell them how you want it prepared then eat! It`s a spot the entire family will enjoy. We had an early dinner with friends at the Meguro location. We walked in and saw a long fish pool with …

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Asador del Prado Grill and Cafe (Nakameguro, Tokyo)

Asador del Prado is a family and pet friendly Grill and Cafe in Nakameguro. They offer special lunch sets during the week that include a salad, soup and drink buffet. They have free wifi and covered terrace seating located just behind the Meguro Ginza Playground. We went for an early …

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Daylight Kitchen (Shibuya, Tokyo)

*** CLOSED 2019 *** If you are looking for a healthy and child-friendly lunch spot with great outdoor seating than try Daylight Kitchen in Shibuya! It checks all those boxes. Daylight Kitchens tagline is Everyday Natural Food. The food was delicious, and the staff was able to explain in detail …

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Green Cafe (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Located at the entrance of Saigoyama Park is a quaint little cafe serving a menu of kids items, Japanese food, desserts, drinks and spirits – Green Cafe, Daikanyama. Patrons can enjoy a leisurely lunch in their open dining room or on their pet-friendly terrace. Kids are welcome to read a selection of Japanese children`s …

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Kappa Sushi (Various Locations) – Kaiten / Conveyor Belt Sushi

Kappa Sushi

Whether a tourist or a local, kaitenzushi is a fun family dining experience. We visited Kappa Sushi (かっぱ寿司), one of the major kaitenzushi chains in Japan. Kaiten Zushi or “conveyor belt sushi” are sushi restaurants where sushi, and more recently; noodles, fried foods and desserts are served from a conveyor belt – some even by high …

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Ebisu Food Hall (Ebisu, Tokyo) – All Day Family Eats

Ebisu Food Court

The Ebisu Food Hall is a large open restaurant space which is very family friendly. The designers wanted to create a space which had a New York style food hall feel – on a Japanese size level they have accomplished that.  The 117 seat eat-in space has four counters Bakery, Gourmet …

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Bareburger Organic Restaurant (Jiyugaoka, Tokyo)- Baby-friendly

Bareburger Organic Restaurant, Jiyugaoka is a fantastic spot for organic, grass fed burgers. They offer a number of customizable options for your burger or green salad; design-your-own, a lettuce wrap instead of a bun for low-carb dieters, and allows even vegetarians to enjoy burgers the way they like. They also …

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We Are The Farm ORGANIC RESTAURANT (Ebisu, TokyoI)

We Are The Farm

We Are The Farm ORGANIC RESTAURANT in Ebisu is known for their farm-to-table concept, delivering fresh, locally produced food from an organic farm in Sakura City, Chiba to their restaurants in Yoyogi, Azabu Juban, Shibuya, Akasaka, Shin Yurigaoka, and Meguro. Their seasonal, organic vegetables are picked fresh in the morning …

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Salvatore Cuomo Bros (Daikanyama, Tokyo) – Italian Buffet & Green Terrace

Salvatore Cuomo Bros

*** JULY 2018 UPDATE: XEX CLOSED for BUILDING RECONSTRUCTION *** Located on the rooftop of the popular baby and kids` product mall, La Fuente, XEX Daikanyama (ゼックス 代官山) offers a unique international dining experience. Enjoy Italian dining at Salvatore Cuomo Bros, fresh sushi at Aburiyaki & Sushi An, and cocktails at their New York …

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