If you're looking to spend a nice evening in central Tokyo sipping on fruit cocktails and tasting some original modern dishes, then Yotsu Bar is the place to go. Conveniently located in Shibuya, at a walking distance from the Harajuku-Omotesando area.
Tannosuke, located near Akihabara Station, specializes in Gyutan, or beef tongue. Gyutan is one of the things you must try while in Japan! It is very popular among Japanese people. Give gyutan a try at Tannosuke.
If you're interested in sumo culture, you definitely need to stop by Ryogoku Station to wander around and take in as much as you can about this fascinating sport. At Tokyo Shouten, you can discover many types of Japanese sake and order it directly from a vending machine and drink it nearby a sumo arena!
Ivorish is located on the 2nd floor of the Solamachi mall, at the very base of the Tokyo Skytree. It serves a new kind of French toast that anyone with a sweet tooth will fall in love with!
Located at just a 5-minute walk from the Shibuya Station, Queens Steak & Burger serves authentic American steak. It's the kind of quality you'd expect to find at fancy restaurants in Ginza or Roppongi, except that the price is a lot more affordable. You can enjoy dry-aged beef, T-bones and smoked tomahawk steaks among other things.
Wagyu Otoko Cowboy (COWBOY〜和牛男～) is located at only a 3-minute walk from Shibuya Station. You can enjoy different dishes made from carefully selected Japanese meat. You can try incredibly fresh beef, chicken and horse meat sashimi. Their most famous dish is an assortment of meat served on a staircase-like plate.
Only 30 seconds from Meiji-Jingumae Station, you will find Taiwanese mazesoba, Menya Haruka. This restaurant, a branch of Nagoya's grand prix winner, Menya Hanabi, finally made its way to Harajuku! Menya Haruka is famous due to its super meaty mazesoba bowls! You can try it for ¥500!
Enjoy Kawara Soba (Specialty From Yamaguchi) In Tokyo At Kawara Tokyo! All-You-Can-Drink Option Available Too!
Kawara Soba is located in Kayabacho, Tokyo, at a 1-minute walk from the Kayabacho Station. You can enjoy there a dish called Kawara Soba and other local specialties - including sake! - from Yamaguchi Prefecture. There is even an all-you-can-drink option that includes some high-quality sake.
SAMA is right at the exit of Harajuku's famous Takeshita street. SAMA is originally from Hokkaido, but there are also branches abroad, and of course, in Harajuku. There are many different curry flavours to try, as well as the Harajuku-limited menu item: the Frankfurt sausage curry.
At Ginza 300BAR, enjoy a delicious cocktail together with lunch and indulge yourself with their extensive happy hour menu of premium beers and whiskeys, available for only ¥300! (excluding tax). Be sure to try their famous mojitos, approved by the Cuban embassy in Japan.