When it comes to classic yokai(spiritual monsters) manga, I think of GeGeGe no Kitaro. The manga's author, Shigeru Mizuki, spent most of his adult life living in Chofu, in the suburbs of Tokyo. There, near the large 'Jindaiji Temple,' is a Kitaro-themed tea house that sells awesome cafe food, drinks, and merchandise based on the manga. Check it out this summer!
There are some very good vegetarian/vegan ramen joints in and around Tokyo Station. Here are three places you won't go wrong with!
The Michelin starred restaurant is known in Japan and even globally for its outstanding sushi. For a high-end sushi experience in downtown Tokyo, it's one of the best choices there is.
5 minutes away from Mitaka Station, west of Tokyo, is a restaurant called 'Tori Soba Yamamoto,' which serves a truly outstanding bowl of chicken ramen for just 2 hours a day during lunchtime. If you're a ramen fan, this place should definitely be added to your list!
Reservation link included in this article! Want to try the pinnacle of Japanese traditional cuisine. Then Jushu's kaiseki cuisine might be what you're looking for!
Hayakawa is undeniably one of Tokyo's coolest sushi restaurants. The small shop is literally hidden away behind an unmarked door on the 5th floor of a seemingly typical building in Ebisu. Despite the secrecy, Hayakawa has made quite a name for himself, and customers flock from around the world for a chance to eat the truly outstanding sushi he serves.
Marusho in Bunkyo ward has got to be one of the best places in Tokyo to have yakisoba. It offers 16 kinds of delicious yakisoba dishes made with noodles that are made on the spot.