With an overwhelming number of restaurants to choose from, we are happy to direct you to the best restaurants in Tokyo.
Soranoiro Honten （SORANOIRO 本店）
Soranoiro Honten is a few minutes’ walk from Tokyo Metro Kojimachi station in the outer moat of the Imperial Palace.
Ranjatai is in the back streets of Jinbocho crossing; it is located in the outer moat of the Imperial Palace.
Nagatacho Kurosawa （永田町 黒澤）
Named after the legendary Japanese movie director Akira Kurosawa, the restaurant is owned by the Kurosawa family. The restaurant is built to replicate the buildings featured in his movies. It is split across two levels with a total of four different seating options.
Tenmasa Marunouchi （お座敷天婦羅 天政）
Tenmasa has been operating through three generations from grandfather to father to son since it first opened in 1936. There is a picture hanging on the wall of the first-generation chef serving the Showa emperor.
Udon Maruka （うどん 丸香）
Maruka is in the backstreets of Jinbocho district, located in the outer moat of the Imperial Palace.
Katsukichi Shin-Maru Building （かつ吉 新丸ビル店）
Katsukichi is located on the fifth floor of Shin-Marunouchi building right across from the JR Tokyo Station.
Sumibi Yakiniku Nakahara （炭火焼肉なかはら）
Sumibi Yakiniku Nakahara is in Ichigaya, located in the outer moat of the Imperial Palace.
Sushi Namba （鮨なんば）
Sushi Namba is located in a space within Tokyo Midtown Hibiya, near the Imperial Hotel and Imperial Palace.