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Cedros (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

If you love seafood, miss the US West Coast and want a cozy place for a great date night try Cedros. Hubby and I had a wonderful dinner the other night and loved the food, craft beer and unique wine selection at Cedros.  The service was excellent and entire environment …

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Kirakutei Yakiniku (Minami Azabu, Tokyo) – Yakiniku

Kirakutei Yakiniku

One of my husband’s and my favorite Yakiniku restaurants is Kirakutei (きらく亭) in Minami Azabu. The restaurant is family friendly, but the food is so good and the price a bit on the high side (for yakiniku) so best for a date night or special family dinner. Kirakutei is very popular, …

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Brown Rice Cafe (Omotesando, Tokyo)

Merrymomo

Brown Rice Cafe is a non-smoking vegetarian cafe that uses fresh seasonal vegetables from all over Japan. The cafe is bright, kid friendly and easily accessible from Neil`s Yard Remedies on the ground floor if using a baby stroller. Lunch sets and a la carte options available. Provides bench, table & terrace …

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Crossroad Bakery (Ebisu, Tokyo) – Breakfast All Day!

Crossroad Bakery, Ebisu, Tokyo, Breakfast in Tokyo

A new addition to our favorite Tokyo breakfast joints – Crossroad Bakery in Ebisu. It checks all the boxes – open early, free croissants and buns, breakfast all day and good coffee… also very child-friendly. You can enjoy an onsite freshly baked muffin, order a meal or both. Super close …

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Innsyoutei, Japanese Traditional Restaurant (Ueno Park, Tokyo)

Innsyoutei, Japanese Traditional Restaurant, Ueno Park

If you are visiting Ueno Park to see the National Museum, National Museum of Nature and Science or the Zoo, make a reservation for lunch or early dinner at Innsyoutei, Japan Tractional Restaurant (韻松亭). A delicious and beautiful restaurant which is also child-friendly. Innsyoutei, Japanese Traditional Restaurant Innsyoutei, open since 1875, …

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Baby-friendly cafe – Chano-ma (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Chano-ma in Daikanyama (also known as chano-mama) is designed like a contemporary Japanese living room themed on the colour white, with large windows on one side of the café. It`s popular spot for for new moms and little babies. The home-style cooking centred menu offers pastas, curries, rice dishes and desserts. …

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Enormous Rainbow Cotton Candy & Sweets

Decora Creamery is a fantastic spot to satisfy your sweet tooth. Located in the food courts at Divers City Odaiba Decora Creamery offers huge cotton candy / fairy floss, colorful soft cream, tapioca drinks and fairy floss combos. They serve interesting combinations of unique Soft-Serve Ice Cream with Cotton Candy; …

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Bimi Yamucha (Daikanyama, Tokyo)

Bimi Yamucha (美味飲茶酒楼) in Daikanyama is one of our families favourite baby friendly Chinese Cantonese restaurants in Tokyo. The interior is upscale with a relaxing atmosphere. Child-friendly and a nice place to satisfy your Chinese Food cravings. There is bench, table & private room seating available. Their main menu is in English …

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Kiwi Kitchen Gourmet Cafe & Catering (Shirogane, Tokyo)

Kiwi Kitchen Gourmet Cafe & Catering is one of those places in Tokyo that you just trust and rely. Not only do they offer healthy home recipes in their cute indoor/outdoor cafe, they also have a great play space for babies and toddlers, takeout, catering and a party rental room.  The …

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Bamboo Recipes – Spring Shun!

bamboo

Spring in Japan is the season of bamboo and bamboo recipes. I adore cooking with bamboo which is so versatile, high in fiber and low in calories.  Bamboo shoots are a very seasonal vegetable, available in all supermarkets and vegetable shops between March and May. You can also purchase vacuum …

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Aalawi Jerk Chicken & Pork (Ebisu, Tokyo)

2015 Update: Aalawi Jerk Chicken & Pork closed it`s doors. Aalawi is a simple, laidback shop serving Jamaican-style jerk chicken and pork. Nestled on a quiet residential street between Ebisu and Hiroo stations. This quaint Jamaican restaurant is easy to miss. The owner and chef, Toshiyuki Ibayashi, lived in Jamaica and …

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Aburiyaki Sushi An, XEX (Daikanyama, Tokyo) – Shared Terrace

Aburiyaki Sushi An

*** JULY 2018 UPDATE: XEX CLOSED for BUILDING RECONSTRUCTION *** It`s a rarity in Tokyo to dine and be served with different cuisines from two excellent restaurants. XEX Daikanyama does just that. 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 …

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Pompompurin Cafe (Harajuku, Tokyo)

The Pompompurin Cafe sits in the heart of Harajuku down the street from the Rainbow Sweets Ice cream and Cotton Candy shop. They offer adorable Pompompurin character themed drinks and dishes, and exclusive merchandise. The staff allows entrance a few groups at a time so patrons can select their seats …

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Toile de Liberté – Antique Brunch Cafe (Yutenji, Tokyo)

Toile de liberte

I love brunch and was thrilled when a friend invited us to her favorite brunch spot, Toile de Liberté (トワル ド リベルテ). Toile de Liberté is an antique cafe located behind Yutenji Temple. The cafe is furnished from floor to ceiling with antiques from around the world, and antique furniture and sundries are on sale on their 2nd …

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Granny Smiths Apple Pie (Setagaya, Aoyama, Ginza & Yokohama)

granny smiths

Granny Smiths Apple Pie & Coffee (グラニースミス アップルパイ&コーヒー) offers takeaway counter specializes in four delicious varieties of apple pie; Japan Dutch Crumble, Classic Rum Raisin, French D’mandes and England Custard (around 400 yen per slice). They also offer delicious seasonal pies, teas, espresso and coffee drinks. The small shop doesn`t provide seating however …

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Kyubey Sushi (Shinbashi, Tokyo)

Kyubey Sushi Tokyo is classic sushi dining in the heart of Ginza. The service is warm and welcoming, the quality is unsurpassed, and the sushi is extremely fresh and delicious. Kyubey has multiple locations throughout Tokyo, the chefs speak a good amount of english and are quick to show a …

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