Tsukiji Fish Market(築地市場) is getting more popular recent years. Inside the market, you can find a loooooong queue leading to the most famous Sushi restaurants there: Sushi Dai(寿司大) and Daiwa Sushi(大和寿司). However it looks ridiculous to[…]
After having dinner in Shirokane, go to this sedate bar for the 2nd place. The authentic bar, as named Quien Quiera (say”ki-en-ki-era”, きえんきえら), is located in the walking distance from Sushi Shinpaku, Shushi Garance, and Cave[…]
Shushi Garance(酒肆ガランス) is a fashioned and mysterious restaurant in Shirokane, Tokyo, opened in January 2015.
Fusion style restaurants are very likely to fail to deliver the simple daintiness of the dishes, focusing too much on the fancifulness of the techniques. However, Cave de Gamin et Hanaré in Shirokane, Tokyo is[…]
In the Tokyo Sushi scene, the new generation of Sushi chef is rising. Daiki Ishida, 33 years old, is one of the rising stars. He opend his own Sushi restaurant, named “Shinpaku(心白)” in Hiroo, Tokyo,[…]
ZhaoYang, as called in Japanese “Choyo(趙楊)”, is one of the top Sichuan restaurants in Tokyo. The owner-chef, Mr. Zhao Yang once took the role of the chef in the State Guest House of Chengdu city,[…]
When it comes to the traditional Japanese “Kappo” style cuisine, Japanese Sake pops up to our mind as the best thing to drink. Odajima(小田島), a Kappo restaurant located off-street in Roppongi, Tokyo, has served elaborately selected[…]
This is a Japan restaurant guide, “EATOKYO.jp”, for foreign visitors to Japan. This column is authored by a Japanese business person who loves Japanese food culture. Why the Restaurant Guide of Japan in ENGLISH? The number[…]