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  • Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's Lobby Lounge Le Jardin
    Shopping
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Sekiguchi 2-10-8 Hotel Chinzan-so Tokyo 3rd floor
    This restaurant and lounge is in Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's lobby. Four different menus are available depending on the time of day. In the afternoon you can enjoy an authentic British teatime with a 3-level sandwich tray and baked pastries. Roast beef is served at dinner time, and a variety of champagnes with a snack are available during the premium champagne hour.
  • HANTEI
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    4.0
    160 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Nedu 2-12-15
    Located in a building in the Nezu part of Tokyo’s Bunkyo City that is designated as a Registered Tangible Cultural Property, this is an unusual spot to enjoy kushi-age (fried food on skewers) using plentiful servings of seasonal tastes. The restaurant, which is in an old three-story wooden house that survived the Great Kanto Earthquake, welcomes you with a very nostalgic atmosphere that is purely Japanese. Beginning with the “starter set” that features six types of kushi-age including carefully selected meat, fish, and vegetables and two types of shusai (appetizers to go with drinks), you can order an additional set or just one skewer at a time. There are also private dining rooms available for extra charge.

    This is a delightful restaurant in an charming old building in a residential area. Our lunch was fabulous - a set menu with dish after dish of beautifully balanced and carefully prepared food...

  • Carl’s Jr. Akihabara Chuo-dori shop
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    4.0
    56 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 4-4-3
    A global hamburger chain restaurant located a six-minute walk from JR Akihabara Station. The shop’s burger patties, made with high quality Australian beef, are carefully grilled over an open flame to seal in that meaty deliciousness. Carl’s Jr. cooks to order, meaning you can be sure you will be enjoying a fresh-grilled hamburger.

    Nice burguer for a quick meal. We tried The burguers:guacamole, portobello mushrooms, original angus and chicken grilled with bacon. Taste like europe :)

  • Curry Rice Ethiopia Main Shop
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandaogawamachi 3-10-6
    This well-known curry and rice shop located five minutes on foot from Ochanomizu Station on the JR Chuo Line and Tokyo Metro’s Jimbocho Station has appeared many times in the media. Their curry features 12 types of spice and heaps of vegetables simmered for a long time. The flavor has gone unchanged since the shop opened in 1988, and it’s a hit with curry fans. They offer a heat scale of up to 70, making it popular with spicy food lovers as well.
  • Espace Biblio
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandasurugadai 1-7-10B1F
    A book cafe located in 1 Chome Kandasurugadai, Chiyoda City. The cafe boasts a collection of some 6,000 volumes, including graphic design books, photography collections, art books, magazines, rare first printings, and out of print materials. The cafe also has a gallery space displaying books on kabuki theater and photographs of kabuki actor Ennosuke Ichikawa IV, and an event space useable for talk shows and other occasions. On Friday evenings and after noon on Saturdays, the cafe operates as a wine bar serving natural wines from France and Italy.

    以前からずっと気になっていて、でも地下で様子がわからないので、入りにくく。。。やっと伺いました。中は広くて、ソファー席や椅子席、外のテラス席など様々。抹茶をいただきました。コーヒー、ハーブティーなどもあるようです。名前の通り、本がたくさんあって、本の匂いがします。BGMも素敵でした。

  • Shichijo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Uchikanda 1-15-7 AUSPICE Uchidajida 1F
    A yoshoku Japanese-style Western cuisine restaurant located in 1 Chome, Uchikanda, Chiyoda City. The restaurant won fame at its original location in Jimbo-cho before moving to the Kanda area. In addition to its renowned battered, deep-fried shrimp, the restaurant serves hamburg steaks and other yoshoku standards incorporating French techniques, as well as an abundant selection of wines.
  • Patisserie K. Vincent
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Tsukudohachimanchou 1-2
    A Western confectionary shop located in Tsukudohachiman-cho, Shinjuku City. The shop's baked sweets are made with doughs crafted without baking powder and are allowed to properly sit. All are created by Keiko Vincent Ishii, the owner and a patissier who trained under France's Jean-Paul Hevin. The flowers which decorate the shop's cakes are all edible varieties. Only open irregularly for a few days in any given month, when the shop does open you can often expect long lines.

    11月末の追加オープンをHPで確認し、平日に訪問。この日は14時開店で、店に到着したのは13時25分。すでに8人の人が並んでいました。14時ちょっとにシャッターが開きましたが、販売員が一人しかいないので、購入し終えたのは15時。店を出ると30人くらいの人が並んでいました。ジャン=ポール・エヴァン氏のショコラティエに勤めていたとのことで、チョコレート系のケーキをいくつか購入しましたが、どれも甘さやほ...

  • Mentoku Nidaime Tsujita (Kanda Ochanomizu Branch)
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    4.0
    75 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandaogawamachi 1-4 Wada Building 1F
    A ramen restaurant located close to Ogawamachi Station in Kandaogawa-machi, Chiyoda City, Tokyo. The restaurant serves tsukemen dipping noodles and ramen. The ramen broth is made by combining over 10 different base ingredients, including select pork bones, Hinaidori chicken, seafood, vegetables. The shop's noodles were specially developed and ordered to match this delicious broth. Tsujita also puts great effort into the condiments it serves, including black shichimi as well as the sudachi used to garnish the tsukemen noodles.

    Found this place while walking in Kanda, best ramen in Tokyo so far. The pork meat is awesome and the broth... You have to try it. Worth a visit.

  • Canal Cafe
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    4.0
    221 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kagurazaka 1-9
    A restaurant and cafe where diners can enjoy the seasonal changes of the canal from which the Canal Cafe takes its name. The deck area has a self-service style cafe and bar area which also allows pets. The Canal Cafe also has boats on which diners can enjoy the restaurant's food menu.

    Stumbled upon this adorable gem one Saturday afternoon. The staff was welcoming and offered friendly conversations. Above all, the coffee was great and so were the lattes! If youre looking for a...

  • Aoi Napoli
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    4.5
    49 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Koishikawa 3-32-12F
    An Italian restaurant with a garden terrace decorated with lush, green plans, Aoi Napoli is a space drenched in natural light where you can relax and enjoy a delicious meal. In addition to lunch and dinner, Aoi Napoli offers a variety of party plans and can flexibly accommodate going away and welcome parties, family parties, and garden weddings. The restaurant also boasts a large menu, including pastas made with seasonal vegetables and authentic pizzas baked right before your eyes.

    This Italian eatery seems to appear from nowhere strolling around Bunkyo-ku. It is nestled above a few gorgeous trees up a steep stairway to the second floor. The pizza with eggplant and lamb is very...

  • Moomin Bakery and Cafe (Tokyo Dome City LaQua Shop)
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    4.0
    134 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kasuga 1-1-1 Tokyo Dome City LaQua 1F
    A bakery and cafe located on the first floor of Tokyo Dome City LaQua themed after the Finnish Moomins children's book series. Fans of the series are sure to enjoy the bakery, cafe, and merchandise shop. The cafe has a bright and comfortable Finnish atmosphere, and Moomin plush toys are scattered here and there. The cafe and bakery serve dishes themed after the Moomins characters, Northern European home cooking, and breads from the Moomins' homeland of Finland. Soup and bread are all-you-can-eat during lunch.

    The ambiance was good but they are very slow I had my breakfast in another cafe but I decided to my coffee in moomin cafe the line to enter the cafe was long and when you looked inside A lots of...

  • Omiya Yogashi-ten (Kanda Branch)
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    3.5
    67 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandawajichou 2-4
    A long-standing Western confectionary shop in operation since the Meiji period. The shop's confections are characterized by simple designs which carry on a tradition of good, old fashioned Western sweets. You'll also find seasonal items here made with plenty of in-season fruits. The shop has an eat-in space where you can purchase a drink bar ticket and enjoy one of the delicious cakes on offer right on the spot. The drink bar consists of seasonal fresh fruit juices, coffee, and tea, and is all-you-can-drink. The shop's most popular items are its strawberry shortcakes and apple pies.

    Famous for apple pie. Youd better bring it back to hotel, as eating at the shop is kinda complicated and stuffs are not really helpful. We got a feeling that stuffs were too proud. Its all you can...

  • Mononopu
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 4-6-2 Isuzu Building 5F
    A Warring States period-themed maid cafe and bar a five minute walk from JR Akihabara Station. Popular with Warring States period culture and history buffs, needless to say, Mononopu is the only cafe and bar in Akihabara combining this historic era with the culture of moe-an obsession with cuteness. Inside, suits of armor, helmets, battle flags, and other touches are sure to get you in the Warring States period mood. There's also a golden VIP tea room where maids wearing special order kimono dresses provide exquisite service. The money-saving Uijin (First Campaign) Set, only available to first-timers, includes games with the maids and a commemorative photograph.
  • Bondy (Jinbo-cho Flagship Shop)
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    4.0
    112 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandajimbouchou 2-3 Kanda Old Book Center 2F
    A European style curry restaurant located on the second floor of the Kanda Kosho Center Building in Jinbo-cho. The restaurant's curry was perfected by the original owner after he became deeply impressed by the depth of the basic sauces used in French cuisine. Its delicious flavor is the result of skillfully combining a secret blend of spices together with an abundance of dairy and several varieties of fruits and vegetables. All of the restaurant's curries come with rice and piping hot potatoes. The most popular item on the menu is the restaurant's signature beef curry. Particularly popular with women are the vegetable curry, which contains various tasty vegetables; and the cheese curry, topped with a hearty helping of cheese.

    I had heard and read about Bondy, but never had a chance to visit, until today. I wasnt disappointed. The beef curry was flavorful and moderately spice. You have your choice of heat. I chose the...

  • LE BRETAGNE, Kagurazaka Shop (Le Bretagne)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kagurazaka 4-2
    This specialty shop serves Brittany inspired crepes and galettes. Their Provencal galette with cheese, tomato, egg, and anchovies is especially popular. People also love the dessert crepe with heaps of fruit, cream, and syrup. They import cider direct from Brittany made with 100% locally produced apple juice that goes great with crepes. If you like what you're drinking, they sell it too.
  • @home cafe
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    4.0
    202 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 1-11-4 Mitsuwa Building
    This Akihabara maid cafe was established 14 years ago. Occupying five floors between the third and seventh of its building, it employs a cast of over 300 maids. The interior of each floor is slightly different, and the maids greet guests with the utmost decorum. The cafe also features a stage and the maids perform daily. The items on the menu all feature cute little animals and hearts, typical of maid cafes. The maids will also provide special services for you like decorating your rice omelet and taking photos with you.

    Maids... They were so cute, nice, and very kind. I love this place. I will never forget this memory!

  • mugimaru2
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Kagurazaka 5-20
    The mugimaru is a Japanese manju confectionery specialty cafe, located in front of the Kagurazaka police box. The shop is a renovated old two-story Japanese residence. The ivy on the outside walls climbs into the interior and creates a very quaint atmosphere. The menu is a line-up of manju steamed in the traditional bamboo steamer. The manju are made only from the basic doughs, white, dark molasses, and fresh green mugwort. The creative manju ball fillings are cheese, chocolate or traditional bean paste. All of them are delicately sweetened but rather filling. Take-out is available. If you are fortunate, upon your visit, you may get to meet one of their shop-cats.
  • Dear☆Stage
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Sotokanda 3-10-9 DEMPA Building
    A three story bar with a different atmosphere on each floor located a five minute walk from JR Akihabara Station. The first floor has a live performance stage and standing bar. The second floor is a dining bar and the third is a counter bar, perfect places to talk and have fun with friends or the bar staff. Events are held here celebrating seasonal functions and you can have fun here with friends or alone. Idol groups such as Dempagumi.inc call this their home stage.
  • Motenashi Kuroki
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Kandaizumichou 2-15 Quadruple Building 3 Building 1F
    This ramen shop opened in Kanda Izumi-cho in 2011. The basic menu consists of items such as salt buckwheat noodles with a clear amber soup made using various salts blended by the owner and miso buckwheat noodles from blended miso. It is easy to see their commitment to cooking without flavor enhancers and to directly purchasing Tsuyahime rice from Yamagata Pref. They also have seasonal dishes using seasonal ingredients, and they prepare special daily items like tsukesoba (soba served with separate hot soup) depending on ingredient availability. However, please remember that there are a limited number of these special dishes.

    1000円からという強気の価格設定のラーメン屋。ラーメンというよりは蕎麦に近いイメージ。平日遅めの昼でも少し並びます。ところどころに意識高い系を感じさせる店舗ですが、この手のイメージに反し、味はしっかりしておりさっぱりしているが、しっかりと旨みが凝縮されている。コスパは悪いが、一度チャレンジするのはありなのでは。

  • books & cafe BOUSINGOT
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    4.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Sendagi 2-33-2
    Bousingot is a small shop on Shiomi-komae intersection, near Sendagi Station. This cafe is inside a remodeled used bookshop. There are only 12 seats in this tiny space, but the shelves are still filled with old books in genres like culture, music, art and more. Of course all are available for sale! You can sit and read your purchase while enjoying a coffee for a quiet break. Truly a shop for book lovers!

    Took a walk at night for sightseeing in Sendagi area and found this lovely cafe. Coffee is good. Owner (the Barista) is very friendly. Good for someone who wants to spend quiet time.

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