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Fast Food / Rice Bowl/ Light Meal Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Kitsuneya
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-9-12
    This restaurant's signature dish is its horumon-don ricebowl topped with slow-stewed horumon, a type of cuisine made with offal. Kitsuneya's popularity has even led it to being featured on television. Stewed in rich miso, the shop's horumon, served piled high, is tender, plump, and free of off flavors. Opening early in the morning, Kitsuneya is also a perfect place to have breakfast or to conclude a very long night of drinking.
  • Franklin Avenue
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    4.0
    65 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Higashigotanda 3-15-18
    Franklin Avenue, located in the residential area of Gotanda, is a gourmet hamburger restaurant which uses only very selective ingredients. This hamburger diner, founded in 1990, is considered one of the original gourmet burger restaurants coming into Japan with first wave of hamburger restaurants. The structure itself is a single resident building, providing a calm atmosphere, without an excessive American atmosphere. Their trademark item is the mushroom cheeseburger. The mushrooms smothered in cheese atop a copious amount of meat, is the secret of this popular quality burger.

    Having sampled great food for 10 days in Japan it was great to have a Burger and Fries for a change . A great Restaurant with a nice garden great staff , great Menu with plenty of choice just hit the...

  • J BOX LONG POTATO
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 1-8-8
    J BOX LONG POTATO is right next to the entrance to Takeshita-dori Street down Meiji-dori Avenue in Harajuku. It is a take-out stand that specializes in 30 centimeter long French fries. Very popular among foreigners, groups of friends looking to share, and food bloggers who upload photos to social media. Try the fries with their original sauce which comes in sweet, mild spice and super spicy flavors. As well as various toppings such as garlic, ketchup, mayo, cheese, spicy cod roe mayo, and chocolate.
  • Kin-no-Torikara (Shibuya Center Street Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Udagawachou 25-3 Princeville 1F
    This fried chicken specialty shop is on Shibuya Center Street in Udagawa-cho, Shibuya City. Their deep-fried chicken breast sticks are crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. They're healthy and perfect for eating on the go. Dress them with a combination of sauces and spices to suit your taste.
  • AND THE FRIET (Hiroo Store)
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    3.5
    31 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Hiro 5-16-1 Kitamura 60 Hall 1F
    This is a French fries specialty store in Hiroo, Shibuya City. One can choose from six different kinds of potatoes, including the Bintje potato, directly air lifted from the French-fry capitol of Belgium. Once you choose your potato, you can specify how you want it cut, and then mix and match from 10 dips and toppings. The potatoes are fried twice, so that even if the inside is a little cool, the outside is crispy hot. The specialty is of course, the Belgian Bintje potato. They are straight cut, and piping hot. Each potato's taste and texture differs, so you never tire of eating these fries!

    They have the most delicious fries that Ive ever had. They had herbs & Gorgonzola fried and it was super delicious. Their dipping sauces are also amazing!

  • burger kitchen CHATTY CHATTY
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    4.5
    120 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 1-12-11F
    This hamburger specialty diner, located in Shinjuku 1 Chome, Shinjuku City, is just a two-minute walk from the Shinjuku-gyoemmae Station. This kitchen always has at least 15 different hamburgers on their menu. They offer fries, salads, fried chicken, beer, and wine together as a set menu at lunch. During cafe-time, fresh brewed coffee and homemade cakes are served. The hamburger dishes are available for take-out as well.

    Not a bad burger joint for Japan, the burgers are big and the ingredients fresh. Loved the avocado. The only complaint is there are long waits and the meat party is very fatty so can be tough, dont...

  • AIN SOPH.Ripple (Kabukicho Restaurant)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kabukichou 2-46-8 sun block 1F
    AIN SOPH. Ripple is a vegan restaurant that uses only plant-based ingredients. Like all its menu items, its hamburgers made from soy meat are served in generous portions, and customers can satisfy their hunger with filling and tasty meals. The food is available for takeout. This restaurant has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere and many foreign visitors patronize it.
  • Shichimusubi (Jiyugaoka Branch)
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    3.5
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Jiyugaoka 1-29-18
    Shichimusubi specializes in Omusubi (rice balls) made with totally organic rice, grown without agricultural chemicals or chemical fertilizers. These Omusubi are made with low-amylose Koshihikari rice, organic, heritage Akagome red rice, and Saga Nori (seaweed) harvested in Ariake. They include shio-musubi (rice ball made with no fillings other than salt on the surface) that allow customers to enjoy the full, essential flavor of the rice and omusubi that are made with carefully selected ingredients from all over Japan. It also serves not only side dishes including miso soup with pork and vegetables, pork kakuni (braised pork), handmade rolled Japanese-style omelet and nukazuke Japanese rice bran pickles but dessert.

    おにぎり一つ200円超えるので、少し高めですが、お米にこだわって体に良さそうで美味しかったです。イートインもできるのでありがたいです。店内は木の暖かみがあり、ゆっくりできます。

  • MacDonald Haneda Airport Terminal 2 Eki
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Ota
  • Mt. Takao SUMIKA
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    4.0
    35 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Hachioji-shi Takaomachi 2182
    "This facility complex is located in front of the cable car's Takaosan Station at the summit of the mountain. It is the result of the 2018 renewal of the specialty store ""Kasumi,"" once located right in front of the cable car exit. The first floor, which is the face of the facility, has a soba buckwheat noodle shop and souvenir shop. Among other items, it sells ""Tengu-yaki,"" a baked confectionery characteristic of Mt. Takao, and ""Mt. Takao Cheese Tarts,"" made with a blend of three different cheeses. The second floor hosts SUMIKA TABLE, a cafe and restaurant with a superb view, where one can enjoy their special spicy black curry or have a taste of a coffee supervised by Khazana Coffee, Hachioji's representative specialty coffee shop."

    I think the shape of Tenguyaki similar to Angry Bird. Or Angry Bird is created based on the shape of Tenguyaki?! Haha I don’t. I just know the taste of it is good and it’s filled with big and warm...

  • Hot cake parlor Fru Full
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Akasaka 2-17-52 Akasaka Palazzo 1F
  • Boo lingerie Patisserie Villon Marunochi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi Tokyo Building 2-7-3 TOKIA1F
  • MacDonald Yoyogi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Yoyogi 1-36
  • MacDonald Kichijoji
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Musashino-shi Kichijoji Honcho 1-9-12
  • MacDonald Ogikubo Nishiguchi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Kamiogi 1-10-12
  • MacDonald Kunitachi
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Kunitachi-shi Naka 1-9-34
  • MacDonald Daimon
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato Shibadaimon 2-3-1
  • MacDonald Oji
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Kita-ku Oji 1-4-1
  • MacDonald Honancho
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Suginami-ku Honancho 2-19-9
  • MacDonald Gakugeidai
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Takaban 3-7-9

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