With an overwhelming number of restaurants to choose from, we are happy to direct you to the best restaurants in Tokyo.
Fuji Ramen （富士らーめん）
Fuji Ramen is located near the Tsukuba Express Asakusa station, close to the ROX building on Kokusai-Dori.
Homemade Noodle BILLIKEN （中華ソバ ビリケン）
Homemade Noodle Billiken or “Chuka Soba Billiken” in Japanese is only few minutes walking distance from Asakusa sation, located to the south of Kaminarimon Gate. The restaurant isn’t hard to find as it faces a main street called Asakusa Dori.
Kibunzushi is located just one block away from the bustling Nakamise street.
Mimatsu Sushi （三松寿司）
Mimatsu Sushi is located on Shokutsu-Gai (food street) in Asakusa.
The restaurant is located on Asakusa Kaminarimon Street or within a walking distance of 10 minutes from the Asakusa Sensoji Temple.
Niku no Suzuki （肉のすずき）
The restaurant is located in the back alley of Asakusa Sensoji Temple.
Yonekyu Honten （米久本店）
Yonekyu Honten is located near Asakusa station.
Namiki Yabusoba （並木藪蕎麦）
Namiki Yabusoba is located on Namiki Street, just a few minutes away from Kaminarimon Gate of Sensoji Temple.
Sugita is in Kuramae district. It is located on Kokusai-Dori, only one train stop away from Asakusa station.
Masaru is tucked away in an alley next to Nakamise Street. Don’t be put off by the line! It is well worth the wait.
Located in the back alleys of Asakusa, Hontosaya has been around since 1981. They have a capacity of 100 people including the second floor.
Men Mitsuwi / Mitsui （麺 みつヰ）
Men Mitsuwi is a few blocks away from Kokusai-Dori in Asakusa. The restaurant is hidden in a small alleyway off the main street.
Kimimatsu is a family owned restaurant located in a back alley of Senzoku-Dori in Asakusa.
Bentenyama Miyako Sushi （弁天山美家古寿司）
Bentenyama Miyako Sushi is located just a few blocks away from Sensoji Temple.