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Hello Tokyo

31st May 2018 Destinations

Konnichiwa Turtles!

And welcome to Tokyo!

Live2Leave Super-Turtles @emanueledego, @marisa or @Laura, as well as some other fantastic users, have posted on the app their best food tips in Tokyo.

They have all of us covered, from the carnivores to the vegetarians, and at any time of day and night. Those restaurants are truly unique and are clearly not your standard travel-guide recommendation. And that’s because they have been created by real people who are just like you!

We sincerely hope you’ll enjoy these recommendations as much as we do. Please don’t forget to repost on Live2Leave when you follow an advice from a member of the community!

 

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– Tasty Lunches –

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Okonomi-mura

@Laura

“This is the best place to try Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki! There’s too many choices in this block filled with okonomiyaki restaurants but wherever you go, it’s gonna be delicious!”

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Daiwa Sushi

@marisa

“Once you’ve seen the fish market make your way out back behind all the trucks and storage areas to a little row of restaurants. There will be a queue but it’s worth it. Sushi Dai is the best of the bunch (sadly it was closed by the time we arrived) but Daiwa Sushi is a good second.”

Tonkatsu Maisen Toyama Honten Live2Leave

Tonkatsu Maisen Toyama Honten

@allyrand

“I LOVE katsu and this is just the BEST. Usually has a queue, but it moves quickly.”

 

Joumon Roppongi Live2Leave

Joumon Roppongi

@antrob

“Super tasty grill house in traditional Japanese style. Found on a very happy accident. Potentially best meal we’ve had.”

– Unforgettable Dinners –

Narisawa

Narisawa

@marisa

“Les Créations de Narisawa. Amazing japanese fusion restaurant. Great place to see the range of Japanese cuisine beyond sushi. Spring menu is full of cherry blossoms 🌸🌸🌸”

Ichibancho Teruya Live2Leave

Ichibancho Teruya

@allyrand

“6 seater sushi restaurant which is DIVINE. The omakase menu is in a sushi sho style, lots of inventive pieces that I didn’t have elsewhere. The chef speaks English so talks you through the menu. Highly recommend.”

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Marunouchi Building

@Laura

“This building is filled with lots of restaurants and all of them serve amazing food. Most importantly, it has an outdoor seating area where you can see this astounding view whilst you eat!”

Nishiazabu Gogyo Live2Leave

Nishiazabu Gogyo

@antrob

“Burnt miso ramen – the best we had our entire time here. Blew my mind.”

– For the Meat Lovers –

Shinjuku Seryna in Tokyo Live2Leave

Shinjuku Seryna in Tokyo

@agrisay

“Fantastic Teppanyaki restaurant on the top floor of the Sumimoto building with unbelievable views on the city.
Address:
Shinjuku Sumitomo Bldg.52nd Floor.2-6 Nishi-Shinjuku Shinjuku-ku,Tokyo, Japan”

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Hafuu

@emanueledego

“Possibly the best beef I have ever had. A great recommendation found on Live2Leave. Do not miss this place if you are in Kyoto – make sure to book in advance!”

– Some Vegetarian Options –

Organic table by Lapaz Live2Leave

Organic table by Lapaz

@Laura

“This restaurant/cafe in Tokyo is completely vegan and utterly delicious. Despite not being vegan myself, I loved the food and the atmosphere here.”

Soranoiro Nippon Tokyo Live2Leave

Soranoiro Nippon in Tokyo

@antrob

“The only vegetarian ramen I had in Tokyo but a suuuuper good one! With carrot broth. It’s on Tokyo Ramen street which is 8 amazing ramen places below the huge train station and finding it is a journey itself!”

– For the Sweet Tooth –

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Gomaya Kuki

@antrob

“Black and white sesame ice cream. Oh my. There are 3 different levels of “richness” aka sesame intensity. OBVIOUSLY go for alllllll the richness with sesame oil drizzled on top.”

Tsuruya Yoshinobu Live2Leave

Tsuruya Yoshinobu

@antrob

“Get your wagashi made in front of you – a bit gimmicky but actually super cool to see the craftsmanship that goes into the bean sweets!”

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