The best Peruvian restaurant in Tokyo 

With its yellow facade, Bepocah, a Peruvian restaurant, stands out in the night of Harajuku.  This restaurant serves fine and beautiful Peruvian cuisines. I’m sure that it goes beyond your expectation.


It is true that Peruvian food is not as popular as French, Italian, or Chinese food here in Tokyo. However you’d be surprised by Bepocah’s stylish and delicate Peruvian cuisines. You’d love it.

It has a la carte menu and course menu of JPY5,400 or JPY8,640. I recommend the “Traditional course” at JPY5,400.

“Traditional course” (photo from Tabelog)
The course menu consists of 7 dishes and 1 desert.


Its wine list is very reasonable. It ranges from only JPY3,800 up to JPY12,000. The median is JPY5,400.

Every dishe is really delicate and sophisticated. Peruvian cuisine is unique and distinct from any of other regions’ original foods; it is spicy but not as rough as Thai food, and it has elaborate structure but it is not as complicated as French cuisine.

I’ve visited Brazil several times before. Though Peru is in the same continent, the food culture looks totally different from each other. Peruvian food culture is really beautiful.

2-17-6, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Closed on Sunday (and once on Monday a month)


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