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Foodie

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Food, glorious food! From traditional Japanese fare to hybrid sweets found nowhere else in the world, Tokyo offers a foodie experience like no other. There is no need to feel overwhelmed by the barrage of choices, this list is here to save the day!

Ginza Tempura Abe

This small 16-seater basement restaurant is known for serving bowls of fluffy rice overflowing with large pieces of tempura fried to perfection and drizzled in a mouth-watering sauce. Recommended on Michelin's Bib Gourmand list, the lunch set here costs anywhere from as low as 1,000 yen (about S$12.50 at the current exchange rate), while a dinner set will set you back by just 3,500 yen.

Address
B1F, Subaru Bldg, 4-3-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 11.30am - 2pm; 5pm - 9pm
Sat-Sun: 11.30am - 3pm; 5pm -9pm
Closed: Late Dec

How to get there:
2-min walk from the Ginza Tokyo Metro Station.

Phone
+81 3-6228-6077

Kondo

Awarded two Michelin stars, Kondo serves up a tempura experience like no other. Owner-chef Fumio Kondo sources ingredients from his travels across Japan so that he presents the best produce the nation has to offer. Lunch sets start from 7,020 yen while a dinner course costs anywhere from 11,080 yen. Reservation required.

Address
9F, Sakaguchi Bldg, 5-5-13 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
12pm - 5pm; 5pm - 10.30pm daily
Closed: Mid-Aug, late Dec to early Jan; Mon, Sun and public holidays

How to get there:
3-min walk from the Ginza Tokyo Metro Station.

Phone
+81 3-5568-0923

Ramen

Soranoiro Japanese soup noodle free style

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A ramen eatery in the Hazomon area, Soranoiro is the place to go if you want Michelin-recommended noodles at affordable prices. The crowd favourite here is the special vegetarian soba (1,050 yen). There is also an offshoot branch called Soranoiro Nippon at Tokyo Station's Ramen Street.

Address
1-3-10 Hirakawacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
Mon to Fri: 11am - 10pm
Closed: Sat, Sun

How to get there:
5-min walk from the Kojimachi Tokyo Metro Station

Phone
+81 3-3263-5460

Afuri Ramen

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Fans of the Japanese citrus yuzu fruit will love Afuri Ramen's signature yuzu-based soups. The wildly popular restaurant which offers refreshing and extremely addictive soup bases is found in eight accessible locations across Tokyo, but our favourite is the Ebisu branch. If you're visiting with friends who aren’t used to the tangy taste of yuzu, there are non-yuzu and vegan options too. From 880 yen.

Address
1F 117 Bld, 1-1-7 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
11am - 5am daily

How to get there:
10-min walk from Ebisu Station

Phone
+81 3-5795-0750

Sushi Dai

There are so many sushi shops at Tsukiji Fish Market that it can be very difficult to settle on just one place. If you don't have the time to (queue for and) try them all, Sushi Dai would be a wise investment. Loved by locals and tourists alike, Sushi Dai is a Michelin-recommended eatery where you can get top-notch sushi lunches at very reasonable prices. The seasonal fish omakase set costs around 3,900 yen. Though it opens till late in the afternoon, you'll have to get there early as the restaurant often hits full capacity before noon.

Address
5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
Mon to Sat: 5am - 4pm
Closed: Mid-Aug, late Dec-early Jan; Sun and public holidays

How to get there:
Take the Tokyo Metro to Tsukij, or the Toei Subway to Tsukijishijo

Phone
+81 3-3547-6797

Sugita

It isn't hard to find good sushi in Tokyo, but some sushi restaurants are not just good - they are exceptional. Sugita's owner-chef Takaaki Sugita is well-known not only for his conscientiously-made sushi, but also for exemplifying the Japanese concept of omotenashi. A must-try here is the kohada sushi, and expected damage to your wallet for one meal is around 20,000 yen to 30,000 yen. Still, the wait to get a seat at this one-star restaurant can stretch for months so be sure to make your reservation early.

Address
B1F, View Heights Nihonbashi, 1-33-6 Nihonbashikakigaracho, Chuo-ku

Opening hours
Tues to Fri: 17:30-22:00 (last order)
Sat: 5pm -1 0pm (last order)
Sun: 11am - 1.30pm, 6pm - 8pm (last order)
Closed: Mon

How to get there:
5-min walk from Suitengu-Mae Tokyo Metro Station

Phone
+81 3-3669-3855

Japanese Ice Ouca

The Japanese people have a long love affair with their iced desserts, and this 10-year-old Ebisu shop is the top choice for many ice lovers in Tokyo. The creative and delicate plating of seasonal toppings on ice-cream and kakigori (around 640 yen) also make it the perfect place to bring a date.

Address
1F, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku,Tokyo,150-0013,Japan

Opening hours
11am - 11.30pm in Spring, Summer; 12pm - 11pm in Autumn, Winter

How to get there:
2-min walk from Ebisu Station

Phone
+81 3-5449-0037

Yuki no Shita

Photo: Jessica Lin

The pancake craze has hit an all-time high in Tokyo, with long queues forming outside pancake restaurants like Kaila and Sarabeth even before the shops open every day. But tucked away in a quiet street in Giza is Yuki no Shita, which has gained a large domestic following thanks to its chewy thick pancakes. There's quite a bit of walking needed to get here but the Ehime lemon pancake (750 yen) served with a scoop of ice-cream makes the work-out worth it.

Address
3rd floor, 1-20-10, Ginza, Chuo Ward

Opening hours
Mon to Fri: 11am - 9pm; Sat-Sun: 10am - 7pm

How to get there:
6-min walk from Ginza-Itchome Tokyo Metro station

Phone
+81 70-5517-9506

Salon Ginza Sabou

Part of the Salon series of lifestyle store-cafes in Tokyo, Salon Ginza Sabou pays homage to the nation's favourite beverage - tea. It not only offers a variety of traditional tea, it also serves delicate traditional desserts like dorayaki and ohagi (both 500 yen). The number one item here though, is the green tea parfait (1,100 yen), which is served in a wooden box sealed by a layer of chocolate.

Address
5 Chome-2-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061

Opening hours
7.30am - 10pm

How to get there:
3-min walk from Ginza Tokyo Metro station, or a 4min walk from Yurakucho Station

Phone
+81 3-6264-5320

Peanuts Cafe

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Unlike most loud and wacky cartoon-themed cafes, this cafe dedicated to the world's favourite beagle is surprisingly elegant and minimalistic. Instead of having characters shoved in customers' faces at every turn, the Peanuts Cafe presents the spirit of the comic strip's characters through subtle branding. Entry is strictly by reservation via its website only. If you do manage to get yourself a table there, you will only have 90 mins to dine. A must-try is the Yaki Marshmallow Latte (800 yen), and don't forget to pick up a few souvenirs on the way out.

Address
2-16-7 Aobadai, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
10am - 10pm

How to get there:
9-min walk from Nakameguro Tokyo Metro Station

Phone
+81 3-6452-5882

Nicolas House

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If you love bunnies and desserts, Nicholas House is a place that combines both. No, there aren't any real rabbits here, but there's the next best thing - parfaits and cream puffs (from 1,780 yen and 350 yen respectively) dressed as colourful bunnies.

Address
Nicolas House (Omotesando main store)
Jingumae 426 Bldg. 2F, 4-26-5 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
10am - 10pm

How to get there:
5min walk from the Meijijingu-mae Tokyo Metro Station

Phone
+81 3-6434-9579

Shiro-hige’s Cream Puff Factory

Photo: Shiro-hige’s Cream Puff Factory

One look at these incredible cream puffs and there's no way you wouldn't want to buy at least one. Even if you're not a Totoro fan, these anime-insired choux are hard to resist. After having your cream puff (about 400 yen), head towards the hipster neighbourhood of Shimokitazawa for some vintage clothes shopping.

Address
5-3-1 Daita, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
Wed to Mon: 10.30am - 7pm | Closed: Tuesday

How to get there:
3-min walk from the Setagaya-daita Station on the Odawara Line

Phone
+81 3-5787-6221

Comcrepe

You can't say you've truly experienced the kawaii culture of Harajuku until you've eaten a whipped cream-filled crepe on its busy streets. Comcrepe is a newbie compared to the well-established Marion Crepes, but it is already top competition for the short time its been in business. Around 150,000 of its popular Crepe Brulee (550-650 yen), which comes with a caramelised brulee lid, is sold annually!

Address
One Takeshita Place, 1 Chome-8-25 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
10am - 8pm
Closed: Wed

How to get there:
5-min walk from Harajuku Station or Meijijingu-mae Tokyo Metro Station

Asakusa Menchi

Located in the midst of souvenir shops in the lead-up to Sensoji Temple, is a small food stall famous for deep fried meat patties called menchi. The aroma of these juicy katsu patties is hard to miss, and the taste quite impossible to forget.

Address
2-3-3 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo

Opening hours
10am - 7pm

How to get there:
5-min walk from Asakusa Tokyo Metro Station

Ginnoan/ Croissant Taiyaki

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It's a croissant! It's a taiyaki! No, it's Croissant Taiyaki! The debut of the Croissant Taiyaki a while back took sweet-toothed Tokyoites by storm. At 210 yen each, these crispy sweet treats come in a variety of flavours, including seasonal ones that get snapped up pretty quickly.

Address
2F Soramachi at Tokyo Skytree, 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida, Tokyo

Opening hours
11am - 9pm

How to get there:
5-min walk from Oshiage Station or Tokyo Skytree Station

Tenmaya

You can't make a trip to the hipster suburb of Shimokitazawa without stopping by for a Tenmaya kare-pan (curry bread). Made with the perfect ratio of crispy panko, soft Japanese bread and aromatic curry, Tenmaya gives other well-known kare-pan stores a run for their money. For extra indulgence, order the hanjuku egg kare-pan (250 yen) which oozes runny egg yolk and beef curry when bitten into.

Address
2-12-12 Kitazawa, Setagaya, Tokyo

Opening hours
11am - 10.30pm

How to get there:
Take the Odakyu Odawara Line or Inokashira Line to Shimokitazawa Station

You’re never going to be far from a watering hole in Tokyo if the urge to have a drink ever arises, especially if smaller bars or more intimate experiences is your thing.

Some spots are easy to find with a GPS or map but others might be hidden away in basements of buildings so perseverance is the name of the game - depending on your poison.

Golden Gai

This area in Shinjuku is slightly off the tourist map with bars able to accommodate anything from two to six patrons, tops.

Photo: Sujin Thomas

Its six tiny alleys are packed with some 200 bars and eateries laid out on a grid and left largely untouched since World War II. Each bar has its own look and themes (think heavy metal, horror movies and hospital-themed bars) so be prepared for an outlandish experience complete with an entertaining bartender if you’re lucky enough to score a seat.

Photo: Sujin Thomas

Don’t be surprised to see “Members Only” signs out the front of most bars - this usually means the operator caters only to regular customers or those who speak Japanese. And be warned, most bars have a cover charge too.

Address
1 Chome Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0021

Opening hours
Mon-Sat: 5.30pm-5am; Sun: 8pm-12am

How to get there:
It’s 10-minute walk from the East exit of Shinjuku station and is sandwiched between Kabukicho and Hanazono Shrine.

Kirin City Shibuya West

Photo: Sujin Thomas

Shibuya generally has an abundance of bars you can easily hop from but if Japanese beers is what you’re after, why not try this restaurant/bar on the fringe of Shibuya’s shopping belt? In most countries, you may only get one kind of Kirin - its signature lager. Kirin City serves up at least eight variants of the popular brew including a German lager called the Brau Meister (540 yen) and a unique Half & Half (600 yen), that’s half stout, half lager.

Address
Kirin City Shibuya West, 第3田中ビル 31-3 Udagawachō, 渋谷区 Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 150-0042, Japan

Opening hours
Mon- Fri: 11.30am-11.30pm; Sat- Sun: 11.30am-11pm

How to get there:
It’s a two-minute walk from JR Shibuya Station West Exit.

Tasu Ichi

Photo: Sujin Thomas

Your trip to Tokyo is not complete without a stopover at a “300 yen” bar. Such bars get that name from the fact that most of their housepours like beer and whisky highballs go for 300 yen a pop. Tasu Ichi in Shibuya is one those must-go standing sports bars with cheap drinks and food, which packs up quickly on the weekends.

Photo: Sujin Thomas

It’s a great place to meet people from all over the world so when you add cheap (and decent) booze to the mix, you can only get great conversation.

Address
1F Kubo Bldg, 33-14 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 5pm-3am; Sun: 4pm-12am

How to get there:
It’s a 10 minute walk from Shibuya station.

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