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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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Crisscross Omotesando – Breakfast from 8am

Crisscross Omotesando breakfast

Crisscross, located in the heart of Omotesando, has a great ambiance and patio area. They serve breakfast from 8am with your option of rich buttermilk pancakes with your selection of sides, spicy chicken salad & avocado on rye toast, french toast or granola with Greek Yogurt and they serve brunch …

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Three Twins Organic Ice Cream Shop (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Three Twins Organic

Three Twins Organic is a Californian-born ice cream shop that offers 11 different flavours of natural ice cream without artificial colourings, seasonings and preservatives. Popular flavors are Madagascar Vanilla, the sweet-and-sour blend of orange and chocolate named Chocolate Orange Confetti, and the San Francisco fave, Sea Salt Caramel. They also carry lemon cookie, mint …

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Sakana Bacca (Nakameguro, Tokyo) – Fresh Seafood Store

Sakana Bacca Nakameguro

Sakana Bacca (サカナ バッカ) is a retailer that deals with seafood delivered directly from fishermen and the Tsukiji fish market. The Nakameguro branch sells a wide variety of fresh seasonal fish that you can`t find at your local supermarket, sashimi, seasonings and cooking utensils from all over Japan. They even have tuna-cutting …

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Hacienda Del Cielo Modern Mexicano (Daikanyama, TokyoI)

I had a sudden urge for Mexican and tried lunch at Hacienda Del Cielo (アシエンダ デル シエロ) in Daikanyama. The place is lively and beautifully put together. Lofty ceilings with floor to ceiling windows, lounge-like seating, and a beautiful and spacious rooftop terrace with views of Tokyo. The perfect atmosphere …

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Grill Burger Club Sasa (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Grill Burger Club Sasa in Daikanyama is popular with the local hipster crowd. They serve 100% wagyu beef burgers in whole wheat buns, soups, salads, sandwiches and hot dogs. Burgers come in S/M/L (80g, 100g and 125g respectively) and a kids lunch set is available.   This was one of my favorite places to eat …

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Starbucks Reserve Roastery (Nakameguro, Tokyo)

The World`s largest Starbucks Reserve Roastery opened in Tokyo`s trendy Nakameguro Neighborhood yesterday, February 28th. This four-story Starbucks Reserve houses more than 100 unique coffee and tea beverages and merchandise. As you enter you`re welcome to the delicious aromas of roasted coffee, freshly baked bread and sweets. The roastery is …

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Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest – Sweets Paradise

Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest, Tokyo sweet shops

If you’re a dessert fan Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest is your one-stop-shop. Located next to Cuoca – Tokyo Baking Enthusiasts Dream Shop, Jiyugaoka Sweets Forest has 8 different kiosks run by famous dessert chefs showcasing seasonal items. They are celebrating their 15th Anniversary and offering an Aloha! Hawaiin Sweets special which …

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Maison Landemaine (Roppongi, Tokyo)

Maison Landemaine Tokyo in Azabudai (closest train station Roppongi Itchome) is one of the best French bakeries in Tokyo. Not only is the bread amazing and coffee strong, but it opens at 7:00a.m. so great for jet-lagged travelers and families. This is the first Japanese branch of the famous Maison …

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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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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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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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Sulbing (Harajuku, Tokyo) – Korean Shaved Ice

Sulbing Korean Shaved Ice

Sulbing Korean Shaved Ice has come to town (설빙, ソルビン原宿, 東京)! If you are wondering what Sulbing is, it is a Korean Dessert Cafe most famous for unique flavors and toppings on shaved ice. Sulbing was founded by an enthusiastic Korean woman who majored in food and nutrition in college. Since opening …

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Rosalie (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

**November/2015 UPDATE: Rosalie is now GlouGlou Reefer Cafe. Completely remodeled, but still child-friendly, with take out options. Rosalie (ロサリー)is a cute Parisian-styled cafe located on the second floor of Maison de Reefur. The cafe opened in April 2012 by Rinka, a famous fashion model in Japan. The restaurant is frequented by …

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Mes Cafe and Kitchen – Eat Positive, METoA Ginza

Mes Cafe Kitchen

Mes Cafe and Kitchen, an Australian cafe located on the first floor corner of the new Tokyu Plaza Ginza, is a great spot to stop-in after a morning of shopping and touring. We dropped in for sweets after browsing the upper floors of the recently opened Tokyu Plaza Ginza. The cafe is spacious and modern with …

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