• Home > 
  • Restaurants

Restaurants

…English menu available

All
Restaurants

Japanese
Cuisine

Western
Cuisine

Asian
Cuisine

Cafe &
Sweets

Other

Restaurants TOP

  • Cafe

    Hanadokei

    The owner of this café was trained in a popular hotcake shop. Only once an order is made is each and every hotcake carefully cooked on the copper plate until golden brown. These Showa period-style hotcakes are beautiful to look at, very light and fluffy, and only slightly sweetened.

    Founded 1985 Cafe & Sweets

    Kokudo Shisetsu Building, 1-7-12 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 11:00am-4:00pm
    Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays *Open on the 1st Saturday of every month

    +81-3-3273-8221

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Muromachi Mihama

    This Japanese seafood restaurant from Mihama City in Fukui Prefecture plays a leading role in maintaining the culture of ‘jyukuseigyo,’ whereby fish is fermented to increase its umami flavors. You can enjoy a variety of carefully-prepared seafood dishes, including Japanese amberjack fermented in salt. It’s also recommended as your second stop of the night, as they have a number of local Fukui sake brands and natural wine specially-selected to match their Japanese cuisine.

    Founded 2017 Japanese Cuisine

    Marohon Building 2, 1-12-13 Nihonbashi Muromachi
    Mon-Sat 5:00pm-11:30pm (last food order 10:30pm, last drink order 11:00pm)
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-6262-7227

  • Izakaya

    Yakiton Hyottoko

    Yakiton Hyottoko is a Japanese style pub that serves healthy motsuyaki, or grilled offal. Their most popular menu items are the ‘santen sashimori’ (three types of sashimi, or raw fish) and the ‘omakase gohon’ (five varieties of skewered meat). Both their raw and grilled dishes are delicious because they only use fresh ingredients. The motsuyaki matches perfectly with an alcoholic beverage, and they have a number of items to choose from, including a refreshing lemon sour drink.

    Founded 2004 Japanese Cuisine

    3-4-8 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 5:00pm-10:30pm (last order 9:30pm), Sat 5:00pm-9:00pm (last order 8:00pm)
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-3664-9875

  • Chinese food

    Chinese Restaurant Hourai

    Hourai is a Chinese restaurant where you can enjoy a perfect blend of Chinese food and wine. Taste a range of wines carefully selected by the sommelier from all over the world. One of the dishes that has been popular since it was first established is their “Tokusei Yaki-Gyouza” or grilled dumplings filled with a lot of juicy meat broth.

    Founded 1979 Asian Cuisine

    1-5-10, Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 11:00am – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – 10:30pm (last food order 9:30pm, last drink order 10:00pm)
    Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-3273-1624/+81-3-3271-8290

  • Café

    UNISON TAILOR COFFEE & BEER

    UNISON TAILOR COFFEE & BEER is a cafe where you can enjoy specialty coffee. They also serve craft beer, in addition to their high-quality coffee, which is made with beans rich in flavor and carefully hand-dripped for each cup.

    Founded 2017 Cafe & Sweets

    3-9-8 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 7:00am – 11:00pm, Sat 9:00am – 10:00pm, Sun/National Holidays 9:00am – 10:00pm
    No set holidays
    No Smoking / Free Wi-Fi / Electrical Outlets Available / Pets OK (dogs only)

    +81-3-3527-2507

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Bakushuan Nihonbashi Honcho Ten

    Bakushuan Nihonbashi is a place where you can enjoy Japanese cuisine made with fresh ingredients, together with sake and craft beer. The seafood used in the restaurant is caught every morning using a unique technique that doesn’t cause stress on the fish. They have over 80 varieties of sake and 11 varieties of craft beer that comes mainly from Japan.

    Founded 2017 Japanese Cuisine

    2F, 1-4-3 Nihonbashi Honcho, Murohon Building 1, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 11:30am – 2:00pm / 5:00pm – 11:00pm, Sat 1:00pm – 11:00pm
    Closed Sundays and national holidays.
    *If Monday is a national holiday, the shop remains open on Sunday.

    +81-3-6262-7998

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Izakaya

    Shochu Dokoro Satsuma

    An izakaya (Japanese-style pub) where you can enjoy cuisine from Kagoshima and Kyushu, as well as reasonably-priced shochu liquor from breweries in Kagoshima. The entire menu is lovingly handmade using fresh ingredients, with items that go perfectly with shochu, such as their handmade satsuma-age (fried fish cakes).

    Founded 2009 Japanese Cuisine

    Fujii Building 2F, 2-2-5 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    6:00pm-2:00am
    Closed Sundays and National Holidays

    +81-3-6914-9884

  • Café

    FRUIT & HERB TEA CAFE ONE'S

    A café where you can enjoy organic German herb tea. Their herb tea uses herbs and fruit for relaxation, recovery and beauty, and they also have a food menu which utilizes healthy ingredients.

    Founded 2017 Cafe & Sweets

    TKM Nihonbashi Hamacho Tower 1F, 2-1-10 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Sat/Sun/National Holidays 10:00am-6:30pm
    Closed Mondays

    +81-3-6661-0616

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • French

    Bistro Tradition

    A casual bistro where you can enjoy French cuisine and 70 types of wine. They offer traditional French cooking, their menu including dishes such as thick cuts of meat, charbroiled to bring out the flavor.

    Founded 2012 Western Cuisine

    1-17-4 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:00pm (last order 1:30pm)
    Every day 4:00pm-11:00pm (last order 10:00pm) ※Fridays/National Holidays until 12:00 midnight (last order 11:00pm).
    Closed for the New Year’s holidays

    +81-3-6225-2403

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba

    Kikouchi Hana no Soba

    A soba restaurant that specializes in delicious buckwheat noodles with the perfect balance of elasticity and chewiness. One of their highly recommended dishes is their chilled plum noodles accompanied by a high-quality dipping sauce. This dish is particularly tasty and cooling during the hot summer months. Enjoy the noodles with crunchy, mouth-watering tempura and Japanese sake for a perfect meal.

    Founded 2005 Japanese Cuisine

    1-6-5 Horidomecho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am - 2:00pm, 5:30pm - 9:00pm (Saturdays until 8:30pm)
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-5641-6938

  • Café

    BERTH COFFEE

    A café located on the first floor of a hostel. The carefully selected coffee beans in this café are lightly roasted to ensure that the unique fragrance and flavor of the coffee beans can be fully enjoyed. This café also has a relaxing lounge in the basement.

    Founded 2017 Cafe & Sweets

    CITAN 1F, 15-2 Odenmacho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Open every day 8:00am - 7:00pm
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No pets

    +81-3-6661-7559

    Official website

  • Café

    CAFFE CALMO

    This coffee shop is known for its roasted coffee beans that are carefully selected from all over the world. They have a range of coffees, from deep to light roast, and you can choose from 12 types of straight and 4 types of blend varieties. Relax in the café as you pair the coffee with a light meal such as pizza toast or enjoy some dessert, like their apple pie with ice cream.

    Founded 2011 Cafe & Sweets

    25-8, Nihonbashi Hakozakicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon- Fri 8:00am – 7:00pm
    Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-6661-2427

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Okinawan Cuisine

    Kuwatchi-ya

    A restaurant specializing in Okinawan cuisine that focuses on the unique flavors of their ingredients, brought directly from Okinawa Prefecture. In addition to their popular goya champuru (bitter gourd stir fry), they also have a range of newly-brewed sake, aged sake, fruit wines, as well as beer and the distilled Okinawan liquor awamori, with a number of delicacies to pair them with. Enjoy a delicious meal with your friends and immerse yourself in the Okinawan atmosphere.

    Founded 2013 Japanese Cuisine

    1F Hosoda Shouji Bldg. 1-10-19, Nihonbashi Horidomecho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 11:30am – 2:30pm (last order 2:00pm), 5:00pm – 11:00pm (last food order 10:00pm, last drink order 10:30pm)
    Saturdays 5:00pm – 10:00pm(last food order 9:00pm, last drink

    +81-3-5651-1827

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Italian cuisine

    VOLARE

    An Italian restaurant run by sommelier Ryo Shimazawa, a judge in one of Asia’s top wine competitions. They have a wide selection of aged wines, which they recommend ordering together with the high-quality French foie gras risotto.

    Founded 2015 Western Cuisine

    B1 Kase Bldg. 162, 1-9-1 Nihonbashi Bakurocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Sat 11:30am – 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm)May have unscheduled holidays

    +81-3-6231-1143

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • French Cuisine

    Ningyocho ESÉRY

    Ningyocho ESÉRY is a French restaurant located in an 80-year old building that used to be a shop selling tabi, or Japanese-style socks. They use fresh fish, as well as an abundance of seasonal vegetables. With the wide variety of Japanese fruits and vegetables served, their dishes are perfect for pairing with Japanese sake.

    Founded 2015 Western Cuisine

    2-6-10 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:30pm(Last order 10:00pm)
    Closed on Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-6667-0030

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Café

    Muromachi cafe HACHI

    Muromachi café HACHI offers a variety of food ranging from dishes made from fresh vegetables and carefully selected brands of chicken to patissier’s special sweets. Since it’s open from 7:00am to 11:00pm, you can drop in any time you like. Also, the café can accommodate large groups of people since it’s bright and spacious.

    Founded 2015 Cafe & Sweets

    4-4-10 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    7:00am - 11:00pm (Breakfast until 11:00am, lunch until 3:00pm, café time until 5:00pm, dinner until 11:00pm)
    Closed Sundays

    +81-3-3527-9108

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Yamasho Ningyocho

    Yamasho Ningyocho specializes in motsunabe, or offal hot pot, as well as local sake and fish from Kyushu. Their hot pot contains succulent beef tripe, grated burdock root, cabbage, garlic chives, chili peppers, and garlic. Choose from a lightly flavored soy sauce or the creamy Saikyo miso for the broth.

    Founded 2006 Japanese Cuisine

    2-25-19 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    5:00pm – 12:00am (last order 11:30pm) , No set holidays

    +81-3-3249-2015

  • Medicinal Herb Hot Pot

    Ten Shan Fay Way Nihonbashi Honten

    This Nihonbashi restaurant specializes in medicinal herb hot pot dishes from Taiwan. Their popular Ten Shan Fay Way hot pot is made with a variety of plants and herbs, and consists of a spicy red soup and a white soup, which you can blend to fit your tastes. It’s said to be good for nutritional fortification and beauty, so definitely give it a try!

    Founded 2003 Asian Cuisine

    1-13-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:30am - 3:30pm (last order 2:30pm), 5:00pm - 10:30pm (last order 9:10pm for food, 9:40pm for drinks)
    Closed for the New Year's holidays

    +81-3-5255-7255

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe and Bar

    Battery Park Cafe

    Not only can you have lunch on a comfortable sofa in a relaxing atmosphere, but you can also enjoy a drink at their bar in the evening. The cafe's most famous lunch item is omuraisu, a dish consisting of rice topped with a fluffy yet creamy omelet. The tatsuda fried chicken, made with young chicken for a light flavor, and home-cooked curry are also popular dishes.

    Founded 2006 Cafe & Sweets

    2-5-5, Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am – 2:30pm (last order 2:00pm), 7:00pm – 2:00am (last order 1:00am)
    Closed weekends and public holidays
    Designated Smoking Area / No Free Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-3249-0211

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese cuisine

    Nihonbashi Mon

    Nihonbashi Mon prides itself on its delicious, fresh seafood. With fish from Nagasaki Prefecture’s Goto Islands, they offer high-quality Japanese dishes for each season, available to enjoy at an affordable price. Pair your meal with some Japanese sake, which you can select from their extensive drink menu.

    Founded 2013 Japanese Cuisine

    4-4-15 B1, Nihonbashi Hongokucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    5:00pm – 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm)
    Closed weekends and public holidays (may be able to accept reservations on weekends and public holidays upon request)

    +81-3-5542-1413

  • Cafe

    Cafe Apple

    Cafe Apple, located near the Ningyocho intersection, grinds their beans after an order has been placed, and uses water heated to 98℃ to create the perfect drip coffee. The cakes made by the owner’s wife are also popular, and the cheesecake in particular goes especially well with coffee.

    Founded 1982 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Nihonbashi Ishida Bld., 3-4-13 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 10:30am - 11:00pm, Sat 11:00am - 10:00pm
    Closed Sundays and public holidays
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-3639-1445

  • Cafe

    WA CAFE AIM

    WA CAFE AIM, located near Kayabacho Station, uses coffee beans from Kyoto, which are characterized by their sharp flavor. Their menu boasts a wide variety of food and alcohol, including their popular ‘legendary pork curry’ and a range of rare Japanese sake varieties.

    Founded 2014 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Trad Bldg. 1-6-17 Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am - 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm for food, 10:30pm for drinks) , No set holidays
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-5652-5151

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba

    Hamacho Kaneko

    Hamacho Kaneko is a handmade soba restaurant in Hamacho, with soba rich in flavor and with a smooth texture. The soup is made from the perfect combination of skipjack tuna, kelp, dried shiitake mushrooms, and dried sardines, which brings out the subtle flavor of the soba noodles. They also have a wide range of sake and alcohol with plenty of side dishes to match.

    Founded 2015 Japanese Cuisine

    3-7-3 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Fri 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:30pm - 9:00pm, Sat 11:30am - 2:30pm ※Not open for lunch on Mondays
    Closed Sundays and public holidays

    +81-3-4291-3303

  • Cafe

    Mebuki Cafe

    Mebuki Cafe opened in September this year in Nihonbashi Muromachi’s Fukutoku Garden. They specialize in imagawayaki, a kind of Japanese snack that is said to have originated in Nihonbashi. They have eight flavors available, including the “Fukutokuyaki,” which is filled with sweet red bean paste made from a mix of two kinds of premium beans. It’s perfect for a memorable stop on your walk around Nihonbashi or to buy some snacks to go.

    Founded 2016 Cafe & Sweets

    2-5-10 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    10:00am – 9:00pm (last order 8:30pm)
    No set holidays (Closed when COREDO Muromachi is) No smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-3279-0606

  • Fusion Cuisine

    Ashiato

    Ashiato, located in the narrow backstreets of Ningyocho, is an old, traditional house that has been renovated into a restaurant. The menu features fusion dishes balancing Japanese flavors and Western tastes to create an original, creative cuisine. They not only focus on Japanese and Western fusion, but also offer a wide variety of different dishes.

    Founded 2010 Other

    2-1-3 Nihonbashi Horidomecho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Thu – Fri 11:30am – 2:30pm (last order 2:00pm), Mon – Sat 5:30pm – 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm)
    Closed Sundays and public holidays

    +81-3-6231-1815

  • Western Cuisine

    Y-wine

    At Y-wine you can enjoy to your heart’s content the wine of Yamanashi Prefecture, a region that has been famous for winemaking for hundreds of years. They normally have over 150 kinds of wine to choose from, as well as a variety of dishes using seasonal ingredients from Yamanashi.

    Founded 2010 Western Cuisine

    2F Nihonbashi Plaza Bldg., 2-3-4 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:30am – 4:00pm, 5:00pm – 10:00pm (Saturdays, until 9:30pm) Closed Sundays and public holidays

    +81-3-3527-9185

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe

    SUNNY COFFEE

    Take your time and enjoy some coffee and handmade desserts in this relaxing cafe. The coffee served is a perfect blend of bitterness and acidity. They have 8~10 kinds of sweets available each day, including muffins, cookies, and their daily cake special.

    Founded 2014 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Ogino Blg., 1-9-4 Nihonbashi Kakigara-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Fri 8:00am - 6:00pm, Sat 8:00am - 5:00pm, Closed on Sundays and Holidays
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No pets

    +81-80-7843-5697

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Grilled chicken

    Torihada

    A grilled chicken restaurant specializing in yakitori (chicken skewers). At Torihada they can adjust it during grilling to ensure it’s cooked just right: that the skin is firm, the chicken meat is well-done, and they get the best flavor possible from the chicken. They also provide a wide range of alcohol, in particular rare brands of Japanese sake.

    Founded 2010 Japanese Cuisine

    1F Yamada Bldg., 2-10-7 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    4:30pm - 11:00pm (last order 10:30pm), No holidays

    +81-3-3661-5588

    Official website

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Nihonbashi Toyama-kan Toyama Hamasaku

    Enjoy Japanese cuisine inside Toyama Prefecture’s regional specialty shop. Here you can partake in dishes using fresh fish from Toyama Bay and try a range of Japanese sake. You can choose from a wide variety of sake, or order a tasting set which has three kinds of sake for you to try.

    Founded 2016 Japanese Cuisine

    1F Nihonbashi Daiei Blg., Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-2-6, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:30pm ※Open until 9pm on Sundays and public holidays, No holidays

    +81-3-3516-3011 (Restaurant)

    Official website

  • Sweets

    Eitaro Sohonpo Setsugekka

    Enjoy a variety of traditional Japanese sweets at Eitaro Sohonpo Setsugekka. You must try their ‘anmitsu’, made from ingredients including fruit, red bean paste, and agar-agar, covered with homemade kuromitsu brown sugar syrup. You can also sit at the counter and eat the sweets being sold in their shop window, along with a beverage to go with them.

    Founded 1947 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Eitaro Blg., 1-2-5, Nihonbashi , Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    10:00am - 6:00pm (last order for food: weekdays 5:00pm, Sat. 4:00pm / for sweets and drinks: 5:30pm) Closed on Sundays and Holidays, No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pet

    +81-3-3273-6310

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Italian

    Purana BARCA

    Enjoy the casual Italian atmosphere at Purana BARCA. The interior has been designed in the style of a New York trattoria, and they use seasonal ingredients and serve pizza baked in a stone oven.

    Founded 2007 Western Cuisine

    1F Marunishi Tegura Blg., 1-3-2, Nihonbashi Kakigaracho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Fri 11:30am - 3:00pm (last order 2:30pm) / 6:00pm - 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm) ※Open until midnight on Fridays Sundays / public holidays 11:30am - 3:30pm (last order 3:00)

    +81-3-5651-3393

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Standing Bar & Bistro

    Fujiya Honten Nihonbashi Hamacho

    A standing-only bistro which offers a unique menu utilizing seasonal fish and vegetables. They also have a wide range of Japanese alcohol, due to being managed by a sake wholesalers. At Fujiya, they also stock around 100 kinds of wine, with an emphasis on New World varieties.

    Founded 2016 Other

    2-24-2 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 5:00pm – 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm), Sat/Sun/Holidays 4:00pm – 10:00pm (last order 9:00pm)
    No set holidays

    +81-3-6231-1203

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe

    Cafe Ole! Suitengu

    A popular cafe, named after the cheer “olé,” that sells pancakes and self-roasted coffee. Each cup of their dark roast drip coffee is carefully made using freshly ground beans and has strong acidic and bitter flavors.

    Founded 2015 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Wada Bldg., 1-29-12 Nihonbashi Kakigaracho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 12:00pm – 7:30pm (last order 6:30pm), Sat/Sun/Holidays 11:30am – 6:30pm (last order 5:30pm)
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-6667-0298

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba

    Oshozu-an Kiyoe

    Near Nihonbashi Bridge, why not gaze at the river while enjoying traditional cuisine from Fukui Prefecture? The key ingredient in their speciality, Echizen Oroshi Soba, is the spicy daikon radish used in their tsuyu dipping sauce. Some of their other recommended dishes include fish that goes perfectly with Japanese sake, and local dishes from Fukui prefecture.

    Founded 2002 Japanese Cuisine

    1F & 2F Suehiro Bldg., 1-8-2 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 11:00am – 2:30pm (last order 2:20pm) / 5:00pm – 10:00pm (last order 9:00pm), Sat/Holidays 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Sun 11:30am – 2:30pm
    Closed on Saturdays and Holidays

    +81-3-3231-1588

  • Bistro

    Union Sand Yard

    With the concept of a casual bistro where you can eat an abundance of fresh vegetables, this restaurant offers a menu rich with vegetable dishes. Union Sand Yard’s vegetable juice is highly recommended, and uses different vegetables depending on the day. They also have many natural wines available to enjoy.

    Founded 2012 Western Cuisine

    1F SU Bldg., 2-5 Nihonbashi Tomizawacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Sat 11:30am - 2:00pm, 6:00pm - 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm)
    Sun/Holidays 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:00pm (last order 9:00pm)
    No set holidays

    +81-3-3668-0015

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe

    Mighty steps coffee stop

    This cafe primarily uses coffee beans from Africa, and specializes in light roasts that bring out the inherently fruity flavors from the beans. Nine types of beans are usually available, all with a fruity flavor. Their ice cream is also very popular and is perfect with a cup of coffee!

    Founded 2011 Cafe & Sweets

    4-3-14 Nihonbashi Honcho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am – 8:00pm (closed on Mondays)
    No Smoking / Wi-Fi Available / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-6262-1988

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Unagi(eel)

    Oedo

    The broiled eel is crisp on the outside, soft on the inside, and is grilled in a tare sauce that perfectly balances the sweet and salty flavors. The store, with its symbol of a weeping willow, is also worth a look as it showcases the beauty of Japanese construction both inside and outside.

    Founded 1800 Japanese Cuisine

    4-7-10, Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-3838

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Unagi(eel)

    Unagi Kiyokawa

    Housed in an old-fashioned wooden structure, Kiyokawa is famous for eel cuisine, either served over rice (una-ju) or in full-course meals. Eel slowly grilled over binchotan charcoal is tender and literally melts in the mouth.

    Founded 1874 Japanese Cuisine

    10-5, Nihonbashikoamicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-3197

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Unagi(eel)

    Takashimaya

    Takashimaya has a long history and was a favorite of historical figures like the brother of China’s “last emperor.” The distinctive tare marinade for the eel served here heightens its delicate flavor, and eel filets are served over specially-selected rice.

    Founded 1875 Japanese Cuisine

    11-5, Nihonbashikobunacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-4709

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Sushi

    Yoshinozushi Honten

    Originated the toro nigiri fatty tuna sushi, on rice flavored with salt and vinegar and brushed with ni-kiri soy sauce as the finishing touch. Prices at Yoshino Sushi Honten are reasonable, in keeping with sushi’s reputation as the original “fast food” of Edo Tokyo.

    Founded 1879 Japanese Cuisine

    3-8-11, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3274-3001

  • Sushi

    JANOICHI HONTEN

    Janoichi Honten offers a casual setting for tasty sushi. Its famous anago (conger eel) sushi is brushed with marinade that has been kept replenished ever since from the original batch. Enjoy with the best sake offerings from all over Japan, selected by a sake sommelier.

    Founded 1889 Japanese Cuisine

    1-6-7, Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-3566

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba noodles

    Muromachisunaba

    Serves two types of soba buckwheat noodles: silky zaru and full-flavored mori, which can be enjoyed either by themselves or together with tempura. “O-kame soba” is a popular dish that resembles the humorous “O-kame” Japanese mask.

    Founded 1869 Japanese Cuisine

    4-1-13, Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-4038

  • Soba noodles

    Yabuizu Souhonten

    The traditional gate fronting Yabuizu Honten gives it a distinctive atmosphere. The noodles served here are made from buckwheat ground in-house twice a day, for unmatched freshness and sweetness. The third-floor hall offers traditional comic storytelling at irregular intervals.

    Founded 1882 Japanese Cuisine

    3-15-7, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3242-1240

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba noodles

    Nihonbashi Yabukyu

    Silky and fragrant soba buckwheat noodles are on the menu here. This restaurant’s signature dish is “curry Namban soba,” buckwheat noodles in thickened curry sauce with either pork or chicken, and your choice of spicy kick.

    Founded 1902 Japanese Cuisine

    2-1-19, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3271-0829

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba noodles

    Kayabacho Chojuan

    Chojuan serves soba buckwheat noodles made from freshly ground buckwheat from all over Japan. Tempura dishes feature the tastiest seasonal vegetables and fish.

    Founded 1907 Japanese Cuisine

    1-9-4, Nihonbashikayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-1971

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Tempura

    Tenmo

    Deep-fried in sesame oil, the fragrant tempura served at Tenmo enhances the flavor of the seasonal ingredients. Diners can enjoy a leisurely meal in a traditional setting.

    Founded 1885 Japanese Cuisine

    4-1-3, Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-7035

    Official website

  • Japanese Washoku

    Shimamura

    Shimamura’s “Bakumatsu kaiseki” full-course meal (Saturdays only) reproduces Edo era (1603-1867) flavors. The “Shimamura kaiseki bento,” served at lunchtime, features assorted tidbits, sashimi, and small portions of deep-fried and simmered foods.

    Founded 1850 Japanese Cuisine

    1-8-6, Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3271-9963

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Washoku

    Toyoda

    Menus here feature seasonal touches typical of washoku. Mainly kaiseki full-course meals are served in the evening, although diners may order a la carte if seated at the counter. Lunch items range from reasonably-priced set meals to full-course meals.

    Founded 1863 Japanese Cuisine

    1-12-3, Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-1025

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Washoku

    (Kappou) YAMATO

    Yamato was the first restaurant to serve toro fatty tuna as sashimi. The menu also features other popular items like Japanese Hida beef steak or sukiyaki, enjoyed in an eclectic setting combining western and nostalgic Japanese décor.

    Founded 1902 Japanese Cuisine

    B1F Yamato Bldg., 1-7-4, Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3271-2491

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Washoku

    Kikunoya

    Specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine featuring the freshest of ingredients, and colorful modern Japanese dishes. Lunch sets feature sashimi and tempura, and an extensive menu of sake and shochu distilled spirits is available to accompany evening meals.

    Founded 1905 Japanese Cuisine

    9-8, Nihonbashihisamatsucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-1080

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Washoku

    Genyadana Hamadaya

    The first washoku restaurant to earn a three-star Michelin rating. Dishes made from the freshest, most colorful seasonal ingredients are served on tableware created by master craftsmen. The essence of Japanese cuisine in a traditional sukiya architecture setting.

    Founded 1912 Japanese Cuisine

    3-13-5, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-5940

    Official website

  • Fugu(pufferfish)/Japanese Washoku

    Kaneman

    Kaneman was the first restaurant in Tokyo licensed to serve pufferfish; today, it serves full-course pufferfish meals. House-made ponzu citrus and tare dipping sauces for deep-fried morsels are a distinctive feature of this restaurant, which serves tasty meals accented with seasonal touches.

    Founded 1880 Japanese Cuisine

    1-16-7, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-3717

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Duck

    SUKIYAKI TORIYASU

    Toriyasu’s specialty is sukiyaki featuring aigamo duck meat. Various parts of the bird are grilled in a pan over charcoal and served with a simple dressing of soy sauce and grated daikon radish to highlight its rich flavor.

    Founded 1872 Japanese Cuisine

    2-11-7, Higashinihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3862-4008

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Sukiyaki

    HIYAMA

    Serves sukiyaki, shabu-shabu and steaks, using the finest Japanese beef. The sukiyaki is cooked at the table by a server to ensure the finest of dining experiences.

    Founded 1912 Japanese Cuisine

    2-5-1, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-2901

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Chicken/Nabe(Hot Pot)

    Tamahide

    Tamahide invented the popular oyako-don, a dish of chicken and egg on rice flavored with dark soy sauce and mirin sweet seasoning. The poultry and eggs are sourced from contracted suppliers of Shamo game fowl. All seating is Japanese-style. Full-course meals featuring Shamo are served in the evening.

    Founded 1760 Japanese Cuisine

    1-17-10, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3668-7651

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Chicken

    Toritoku

    The chicken and eel served at Toritoku are delivered fresh every day and prepared in-house. The sukiyaki-flavored chicken hotpot is very popular, and fans flock here for the yakitori, grilled chicken on skewers, brushed with a distinctive sauce.

    Founded ca.1897 Japanese Cuisine

    2-5-6, Nihonbashikayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-0962

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Sweets

    Kanmidokoro Hatsune

    Confectioner serving traditional Japanese sweets like soft rice balls in red bean syrup and delicately shaped cakes that vary with the seasons. All desserts are house-made by hand. The “Ningyocho Furin” custard pudding follows the recipe devised by the shop’s founder.

    Founded 1837 Cafe & Sweets

    1-15-6, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-3082

  • Sweets

    Edo Kanmidokoro Suitengu Tsukushi

    A popular spot for traditional Japanese desserts, served with mild green tea. Hatsune’s shaved ice desserts made using natural ice are popular in summer. Okonomiyaki savory pancakes are served on the second floor.

    Founded 1877 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Suitengu Tsukushi Bldg., Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3664-7357

  • Western Cuisine

    Koharuken

    Koharuken serves popular, reasonably-priced dishes like hamburger steak and curry rice. The featured dish here is katsudon, deep-fried pork cutlet on rice, topped with a savory mix of egg and vegetables.

    Founded 1912 Western Cuisine

    1-7-9, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-8830

  • Sukiyaki

    Iseju

    Amongst the city’s sukiyaki restaurants, Iseju stands out due to its long history. The secret to their especially delicious, tender meat is slicing while carefully keeping an eye on the grain of the meat. As well as this, they have handed down unchanged a sukiyaki sauce which holds back on the sweetness to provide a refreshing taste.

    Founded 1869 Japanese Cuisine

    14-9 Nihonbashi Kodenmacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Lunch: 11:00am-4:00pm , Dinner 4:00pm-10:00pm (last order 9:30pm)
    Closed Sundays and public holidays

    +81-3-3663-7841

    Official website (Japanese only)

Japanese Cuisine

  • Chicken

    Toritoku

    The chicken and eel served at Toritoku are delivered fresh every day and prepared in-house. The sukiyaki-flavored chicken hotpot is very popular, and fans flock here for the yakitori, grilled chicken on skewers, brushed with a distinctive sauce.

    Founded ca.1897 Japanese Cuisine

    2-5-6, Nihonbashikayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-0962

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Chicken/Nabe(Hot Pot)

    Tamahide

    Tamahide invented the popular oyako-don, a dish of chicken and egg on rice flavored with dark soy sauce and mirin sweet seasoning. The poultry and eggs are sourced from contracted suppliers of Shamo game fowl. All seating is Japanese-style. Full-course meals featuring Shamo are served in the evening.

    Founded 1760 Japanese Cuisine

    1-17-10, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3668-7651

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Duck

    SUKIYAKI TORIYASU

    Toriyasu’s specialty is sukiyaki featuring aigamo duck meat. Various parts of the bird are grilled in a pan over charcoal and served with a simple dressing of soy sauce and grated daikon radish to highlight its rich flavor.

    Founded 1872 Japanese Cuisine

    2-11-7, Higashinihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3862-4008

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Fugu(pufferfish)/Japanese Washoku

    Kaneman

    Kaneman was the first restaurant in Tokyo licensed to serve pufferfish; today, it serves full-course pufferfish meals. House-made ponzu citrus and tare dipping sauces for deep-fried morsels are a distinctive feature of this restaurant, which serves tasty meals accented with seasonal touches.

    Founded 1880 Japanese Cuisine

    1-16-7, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-3717

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Grilled chicken

    Torihada

    A grilled chicken restaurant specializing in yakitori (chicken skewers). At Torihada they can adjust it during grilling to ensure it’s cooked just right: that the skin is firm, the chicken meat is well-done, and they get the best flavor possible from the chicken. They also provide a wide range of alcohol, in particular rare brands of Japanese sake.

    Founded 2010 Japanese Cuisine

    1F Yamada Bldg., 2-10-7 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    4:30pm - 11:00pm (last order 10:30pm), No holidays

    +81-3-3661-5588

    Official website

  • Izakaya

    Shochu Dokoro Satsuma

    An izakaya (Japanese-style pub) where you can enjoy cuisine from Kagoshima and Kyushu, as well as reasonably-priced shochu liquor from breweries in Kagoshima. The entire menu is lovingly handmade using fresh ingredients, with items that go perfectly with shochu, such as their handmade satsuma-age (fried fish cakes).

    Founded 2009 Japanese Cuisine

    Fujii Building 2F, 2-2-5 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    6:00pm-2:00am
    Closed Sundays and National Holidays

    +81-3-6914-9884

  • Izakaya

    Yakiton Hyottoko

    Yakiton Hyottoko is a Japanese style pub that serves healthy motsuyaki, or grilled offal. Their most popular menu items are the ‘santen sashimori’ (three types of sashimi, or raw fish) and the ‘omakase gohon’ (five varieties of skewered meat). Both their raw and grilled dishes are delicious because they only use fresh ingredients. The motsuyaki matches perfectly with an alcoholic beverage, and they have a number of items to choose from, including a refreshing lemon sour drink.

    Founded 2004 Japanese Cuisine

    3-4-8 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 5:00pm-10:30pm (last order 9:30pm), Sat 5:00pm-9:00pm (last order 8:00pm)
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-3664-9875

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Nihonbashi Toyama-kan Toyama Hamasaku

    Enjoy Japanese cuisine inside Toyama Prefecture’s regional specialty shop. Here you can partake in dishes using fresh fish from Toyama Bay and try a range of Japanese sake. You can choose from a wide variety of sake, or order a tasting set which has three kinds of sake for you to try.

    Founded 2016 Japanese Cuisine

    1F Nihonbashi Daiei Blg., Nihonbashi Muromachi 1-2-6, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:30pm ※Open until 9pm on Sundays and public holidays, No holidays

    +81-3-3516-3011 (Restaurant)

    Official website

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Yamasho Ningyocho

    Yamasho Ningyocho specializes in motsunabe, or offal hot pot, as well as local sake and fish from Kyushu. Their hot pot contains succulent beef tripe, grated burdock root, cabbage, garlic chives, chili peppers, and garlic. Choose from a lightly flavored soy sauce or the creamy Saikyo miso for the broth.

    Founded 2006 Japanese Cuisine

    2-25-19 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    5:00pm – 12:00am (last order 11:30pm) , No set holidays

    +81-3-3249-2015

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Bakushuan Nihonbashi Honcho Ten

    Bakushuan Nihonbashi is a place where you can enjoy Japanese cuisine made with fresh ingredients, together with sake and craft beer. The seafood used in the restaurant is caught every morning using a unique technique that doesn’t cause stress on the fish. They have over 80 varieties of sake and 11 varieties of craft beer that comes mainly from Japan.

    Founded 2017 Japanese Cuisine

    2F, 1-4-3 Nihonbashi Honcho, Murohon Building 1, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 11:30am – 2:00pm / 5:00pm – 11:00pm, Sat 1:00pm – 11:00pm
    Closed Sundays and national holidays.
    *If Monday is a national holiday, the shop remains open on Sunday.

    +81-3-6262-7998

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Cuisine

    Muromachi Mihama

    This Japanese seafood restaurant from Mihama City in Fukui Prefecture plays a leading role in maintaining the culture of ‘jyukuseigyo,’ whereby fish is fermented to increase its umami flavors. You can enjoy a variety of carefully-prepared seafood dishes, including Japanese amberjack fermented in salt. It’s also recommended as your second stop of the night, as they have a number of local Fukui sake brands and natural wine specially-selected to match their Japanese cuisine.

    Founded 2017 Japanese Cuisine

    Marohon Building 2, 1-12-13 Nihonbashi Muromachi
    Mon-Sat 5:00pm-11:30pm (last food order 10:30pm, last drink order 11:00pm)
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-6262-7227

  • Japanese Washoku

    Genyadana Hamadaya

    The first washoku restaurant to earn a three-star Michelin rating. Dishes made from the freshest, most colorful seasonal ingredients are served on tableware created by master craftsmen. The essence of Japanese cuisine in a traditional sukiya architecture setting.

    Founded 1912 Japanese Cuisine

    3-13-5, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-5940

    Official website

  • Japanese Washoku

    Kikunoya

    Specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine featuring the freshest of ingredients, and colorful modern Japanese dishes. Lunch sets feature sashimi and tempura, and an extensive menu of sake and shochu distilled spirits is available to accompany evening meals.

    Founded 1905 Japanese Cuisine

    9-8, Nihonbashihisamatsucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-1080

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Washoku

    (Kappou) YAMATO

    Yamato was the first restaurant to serve toro fatty tuna as sashimi. The menu also features other popular items like Japanese Hida beef steak or sukiyaki, enjoyed in an eclectic setting combining western and nostalgic Japanese décor.

    Founded 1902 Japanese Cuisine

    B1F Yamato Bldg., 1-7-4, Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3271-2491

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Washoku

    Toyoda

    Menus here feature seasonal touches typical of washoku. Mainly kaiseki full-course meals are served in the evening, although diners may order a la carte if seated at the counter. Lunch items range from reasonably-priced set meals to full-course meals.

    Founded 1863 Japanese Cuisine

    1-12-3, Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-1025

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese Washoku

    Shimamura

    Shimamura’s “Bakumatsu kaiseki” full-course meal (Saturdays only) reproduces Edo era (1603-1867) flavors. The “Shimamura kaiseki bento,” served at lunchtime, features assorted tidbits, sashimi, and small portions of deep-fried and simmered foods.

    Founded 1850 Japanese Cuisine

    1-8-6, Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3271-9963

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Japanese cuisine

    Nihonbashi Mon

    Nihonbashi Mon prides itself on its delicious, fresh seafood. With fish from Nagasaki Prefecture’s Goto Islands, they offer high-quality Japanese dishes for each season, available to enjoy at an affordable price. Pair your meal with some Japanese sake, which you can select from their extensive drink menu.

    Founded 2013 Japanese Cuisine

    4-4-15 B1, Nihonbashi Hongokucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    5:00pm – 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm)
    Closed weekends and public holidays (may be able to accept reservations on weekends and public holidays upon request)

    +81-3-5542-1413

  • Okinawan Cuisine

    Kuwatchi-ya

    A restaurant specializing in Okinawan cuisine that focuses on the unique flavors of their ingredients, brought directly from Okinawa Prefecture. In addition to their popular goya champuru (bitter gourd stir fry), they also have a range of newly-brewed sake, aged sake, fruit wines, as well as beer and the distilled Okinawan liquor awamori, with a number of delicacies to pair them with. Enjoy a delicious meal with your friends and immerse yourself in the Okinawan atmosphere.

    Founded 2013 Japanese Cuisine

    1F Hosoda Shouji Bldg. 1-10-19, Nihonbashi Horidomecho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 11:30am – 2:30pm (last order 2:00pm), 5:00pm – 11:00pm (last food order 10:00pm, last drink order 10:30pm)
    Saturdays 5:00pm – 10:00pm(last food order 9:00pm, last drink

    +81-3-5651-1827

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba

    Oshozu-an Kiyoe

    Near Nihonbashi Bridge, why not gaze at the river while enjoying traditional cuisine from Fukui Prefecture? The key ingredient in their speciality, Echizen Oroshi Soba, is the spicy daikon radish used in their tsuyu dipping sauce. Some of their other recommended dishes include fish that goes perfectly with Japanese sake, and local dishes from Fukui prefecture.

    Founded 2002 Japanese Cuisine

    1F & 2F Suehiro Bldg., 1-8-2 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 11:00am – 2:30pm (last order 2:20pm) / 5:00pm – 10:00pm (last order 9:00pm), Sat/Holidays 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Sun 11:30am – 2:30pm
    Closed on Saturdays and Holidays

    +81-3-3231-1588

  • Soba

    Hamacho Kaneko

    Hamacho Kaneko is a handmade soba restaurant in Hamacho, with soba rich in flavor and with a smooth texture. The soup is made from the perfect combination of skipjack tuna, kelp, dried shiitake mushrooms, and dried sardines, which brings out the subtle flavor of the soba noodles. They also have a wide range of sake and alcohol with plenty of side dishes to match.

    Founded 2015 Japanese Cuisine

    3-7-3 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Fri 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:30pm - 9:00pm, Sat 11:30am - 2:30pm ※Not open for lunch on Mondays
    Closed Sundays and public holidays

    +81-3-4291-3303

  • Soba

    Kikouchi Hana no Soba

    A soba restaurant that specializes in delicious buckwheat noodles with the perfect balance of elasticity and chewiness. One of their highly recommended dishes is their chilled plum noodles accompanied by a high-quality dipping sauce. This dish is particularly tasty and cooling during the hot summer months. Enjoy the noodles with crunchy, mouth-watering tempura and Japanese sake for a perfect meal.

    Founded 2005 Japanese Cuisine

    1-6-5 Horidomecho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am - 2:00pm, 5:30pm - 9:00pm (Saturdays until 8:30pm)
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-5641-6938

  • Soba noodles

    Kayabacho Chojuan

    Chojuan serves soba buckwheat noodles made from freshly ground buckwheat from all over Japan. Tempura dishes feature the tastiest seasonal vegetables and fish.

    Founded 1907 Japanese Cuisine

    1-9-4, Nihonbashikayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-1971

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba noodles

    Nihonbashi Yabukyu

    Silky and fragrant soba buckwheat noodles are on the menu here. This restaurant’s signature dish is “curry Namban soba,” buckwheat noodles in thickened curry sauce with either pork or chicken, and your choice of spicy kick.

    Founded 1902 Japanese Cuisine

    2-1-19, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3271-0829

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba noodles

    Yabuizu Souhonten

    The traditional gate fronting Yabuizu Honten gives it a distinctive atmosphere. The noodles served here are made from buckwheat ground in-house twice a day, for unmatched freshness and sweetness. The third-floor hall offers traditional comic storytelling at irregular intervals.

    Founded 1882 Japanese Cuisine

    3-15-7, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3242-1240

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Soba noodles

    Muromachisunaba

    Serves two types of soba buckwheat noodles: silky zaru and full-flavored mori, which can be enjoyed either by themselves or together with tempura. “O-kame soba” is a popular dish that resembles the humorous “O-kame” Japanese mask.

    Founded 1869 Japanese Cuisine

    4-1-13, Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-4038

  • Sukiyaki

    Iseju

    Amongst the city’s sukiyaki restaurants, Iseju stands out due to its long history. The secret to their especially delicious, tender meat is slicing while carefully keeping an eye on the grain of the meat. As well as this, they have handed down unchanged a sukiyaki sauce which holds back on the sweetness to provide a refreshing taste.

    Founded 1869 Japanese Cuisine

    14-9 Nihonbashi Kodenmacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Lunch: 11:00am-4:00pm , Dinner 4:00pm-10:00pm (last order 9:30pm)
    Closed Sundays and public holidays

    +81-3-3663-7841

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Sukiyaki

    HIYAMA

    Serves sukiyaki, shabu-shabu and steaks, using the finest Japanese beef. The sukiyaki is cooked at the table by a server to ensure the finest of dining experiences.

    Founded 1912 Japanese Cuisine

    2-5-1, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-2901

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Sushi

    JANOICHI HONTEN

    Janoichi Honten offers a casual setting for tasty sushi. Its famous anago (conger eel) sushi is brushed with marinade that has been kept replenished ever since from the original batch. Enjoy with the best sake offerings from all over Japan, selected by a sake sommelier.

    Founded 1889 Japanese Cuisine

    1-6-7, Nihonbashimuromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-3566

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Sushi

    Yoshinozushi Honten

    Originated the toro nigiri fatty tuna sushi, on rice flavored with salt and vinegar and brushed with ni-kiri soy sauce as the finishing touch. Prices at Yoshino Sushi Honten are reasonable, in keeping with sushi’s reputation as the original “fast food” of Edo Tokyo.

    Founded 1879 Japanese Cuisine

    3-8-11, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3274-3001

  • Tempura

    Tenmo

    Deep-fried in sesame oil, the fragrant tempura served at Tenmo enhances the flavor of the seasonal ingredients. Diners can enjoy a leisurely meal in a traditional setting.

    Founded 1885 Japanese Cuisine

    4-1-3, Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-7035

    Official website

  • Unagi(eel)

    Takashimaya

    Takashimaya has a long history and was a favorite of historical figures like the brother of China’s “last emperor.” The distinctive tare marinade for the eel served here heightens its delicate flavor, and eel filets are served over specially-selected rice.

    Founded 1875 Japanese Cuisine

    11-5, Nihonbashikobunacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-4709

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Unagi(eel)

    Unagi Kiyokawa

    Housed in an old-fashioned wooden structure, Kiyokawa is famous for eel cuisine, either served over rice (una-ju) or in full-course meals. Eel slowly grilled over binchotan charcoal is tender and literally melts in the mouth.

    Founded 1874 Japanese Cuisine

    10-5, Nihonbashikoamicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-3197

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Unagi(eel)

    Oedo

    The broiled eel is crisp on the outside, soft on the inside, and is grilled in a tare sauce that perfectly balances the sweet and salty flavors. The store, with its symbol of a weeping willow, is also worth a look as it showcases the beauty of Japanese construction both inside and outside.

    Founded 1800 Japanese Cuisine

    4-7-10, Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3241-3838

    Official website (Japanese only)

Western Cuisine

  • Bistro

    Union Sand Yard

    With the concept of a casual bistro where you can eat an abundance of fresh vegetables, this restaurant offers a menu rich with vegetable dishes. Union Sand Yard’s vegetable juice is highly recommended, and uses different vegetables depending on the day. They also have many natural wines available to enjoy.

    Founded 2012 Western Cuisine

    1F SU Bldg., 2-5 Nihonbashi Tomizawacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Sat 11:30am - 2:00pm, 6:00pm - 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm)
    Sun/Holidays 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:00pm (last order 9:00pm)
    No set holidays

    +81-3-3668-0015

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • French

    Bistro Tradition

    A casual bistro where you can enjoy French cuisine and 70 types of wine. They offer traditional French cooking, their menu including dishes such as thick cuts of meat, charbroiled to bring out the flavor.

    Founded 2012 Western Cuisine

    1-17-4 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:00pm (last order 1:30pm)
    Every day 4:00pm-11:00pm (last order 10:00pm) ※Fridays/National Holidays until 12:00 midnight (last order 11:00pm).
    Closed for the New Year’s holidays

    +81-3-6225-2403

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • French Cuisine

    Ningyocho ESÉRY

    Ningyocho ESÉRY is a French restaurant located in an 80-year old building that used to be a shop selling tabi, or Japanese-style socks. They use fresh fish, as well as an abundance of seasonal vegetables. With the wide variety of Japanese fruits and vegetables served, their dishes are perfect for pairing with Japanese sake.

    Founded 2015 Western Cuisine

    2-6-10 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:30pm(Last order 10:00pm)
    Closed on Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-6667-0030

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Italian

    Purana BARCA

    Enjoy the casual Italian atmosphere at Purana BARCA. The interior has been designed in the style of a New York trattoria, and they use seasonal ingredients and serve pizza baked in a stone oven.

    Founded 2007 Western Cuisine

    1F Marunishi Tegura Blg., 1-3-2, Nihonbashi Kakigaracho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Fri 11:30am - 3:00pm (last order 2:30pm) / 6:00pm - 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm) ※Open until midnight on Fridays Sundays / public holidays 11:30am - 3:30pm (last order 3:00)

    +81-3-5651-3393

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Italian cuisine

    VOLARE

    An Italian restaurant run by sommelier Ryo Shimazawa, a judge in one of Asia’s top wine competitions. They have a wide selection of aged wines, which they recommend ordering together with the high-quality French foie gras risotto.

    Founded 2015 Western Cuisine

    B1 Kase Bldg. 162, 1-9-1 Nihonbashi Bakurocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Sat 11:30am – 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm)May have unscheduled holidays

    +81-3-6231-1143

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Standing Bar & Bistro

    Fujiya Honten Nihonbashi Hamacho

    A standing-only bistro which offers a unique menu utilizing seasonal fish and vegetables. They also have a wide range of Japanese alcohol, due to being managed by a sake wholesalers. At Fujiya, they also stock around 100 kinds of wine, with an emphasis on New World varieties.

    Founded 2016 Other

    2-24-2 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 5:00pm – 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm), Sat/Sun/Holidays 4:00pm – 10:00pm (last order 9:00pm)
    No set holidays

    +81-3-6231-1203

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Western Cuisine

    Koharuken

    Koharuken serves popular, reasonably-priced dishes like hamburger steak and curry rice. The featured dish here is katsudon, deep-fried pork cutlet on rice, topped with a savory mix of egg and vegetables.

    Founded 1912 Western Cuisine

    1-7-9, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3661-8830

  • Western Cuisine

    Y-wine

    At Y-wine you can enjoy to your heart’s content the wine of Yamanashi Prefecture, a region that has been famous for winemaking for hundreds of years. They normally have over 150 kinds of wine to choose from, as well as a variety of dishes using seasonal ingredients from Yamanashi.

    Founded 2010 Western Cuisine

    2F Nihonbashi Plaza Bldg., 2-3-4 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:30am – 4:00pm, 5:00pm – 10:00pm (Saturdays, until 9:30pm) Closed Sundays and public holidays

    +81-3-3527-9185

    Official website (Japanese only)

Asian Cuisine

  • Chinese food

    Chinese Restaurant Hourai

    Hourai is a Chinese restaurant where you can enjoy a perfect blend of Chinese food and wine. Taste a range of wines carefully selected by the sommelier from all over the world. One of the dishes that has been popular since it was first established is their “Tokusei Yaki-Gyouza” or grilled dumplings filled with a lot of juicy meat broth.

    Founded 1979 Asian Cuisine

    1-5-10, Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 11:00am – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – 10:30pm (last food order 9:30pm, last drink order 10:00pm)
    Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-3273-1624/+81-3-3271-8290

  • Medicinal Herb Hot Pot

    Ten Shan Fay Way Nihonbashi Honten

    This Nihonbashi restaurant specializes in medicinal herb hot pot dishes from Taiwan. Their popular Ten Shan Fay Way hot pot is made with a variety of plants and herbs, and consists of a spicy red soup and a white soup, which you can blend to fit your tastes. It’s said to be good for nutritional fortification and beauty, so definitely give it a try!

    Founded 2003 Asian Cuisine

    1-13-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:30am - 3:30pm (last order 2:30pm), 5:00pm - 10:30pm (last order 9:10pm for food, 9:40pm for drinks)
    Closed for the New Year's holidays

    +81-3-5255-7255

    Official website (Japanese only)

Cafe & Sweets

  • Cafe

    Mighty steps coffee stop

    This cafe primarily uses coffee beans from Africa, and specializes in light roasts that bring out the inherently fruity flavors from the beans. Nine types of beans are usually available, all with a fruity flavor. Their ice cream is also very popular and is perfect with a cup of coffee!

    Founded 2011 Cafe & Sweets

    4-3-14 Nihonbashi Honcho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am – 8:00pm (closed on Mondays)
    No Smoking / Wi-Fi Available / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-6262-1988

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe

    Cafe Ole! Suitengu

    A popular cafe, named after the cheer “olé,” that sells pancakes and self-roasted coffee. Each cup of their dark roast drip coffee is carefully made using freshly ground beans and has strong acidic and bitter flavors.

    Founded 2015 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Wada Bldg., 1-29-12 Nihonbashi Kakigaracho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 12:00pm – 7:30pm (last order 6:30pm), Sat/Sun/Holidays 11:30am – 6:30pm (last order 5:30pm)
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-6667-0298

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe

    SUNNY COFFEE

    Take your time and enjoy some coffee and handmade desserts in this relaxing cafe. The coffee served is a perfect blend of bitterness and acidity. They have 8~10 kinds of sweets available each day, including muffins, cookies, and their daily cake special.

    Founded 2014 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Ogino Blg., 1-9-4 Nihonbashi Kakigara-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon - Fri 8:00am - 6:00pm, Sat 8:00am - 5:00pm, Closed on Sundays and Holidays
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No pets

    +81-80-7843-5697

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe

    Mebuki Cafe

    Mebuki Cafe opened in September this year in Nihonbashi Muromachi’s Fukutoku Garden. They specialize in imagawayaki, a kind of Japanese snack that is said to have originated in Nihonbashi. They have eight flavors available, including the “Fukutokuyaki,” which is filled with sweet red bean paste made from a mix of two kinds of premium beans. It’s perfect for a memorable stop on your walk around Nihonbashi or to buy some snacks to go.

    Founded 2016 Cafe & Sweets

    2-5-10 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    10:00am – 9:00pm (last order 8:30pm)
    No set holidays (Closed when COREDO Muromachi is) No smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-3279-0606

  • Cafe

    WA CAFE AIM

    WA CAFE AIM, located near Kayabacho Station, uses coffee beans from Kyoto, which are characterized by their sharp flavor. Their menu boasts a wide variety of food and alcohol, including their popular ‘legendary pork curry’ and a range of rare Japanese sake varieties.

    Founded 2014 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Trad Bldg. 1-6-17 Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am - 11:00pm (last order 10:00pm for food, 10:30pm for drinks) , No set holidays
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-5652-5151

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Cafe

    Hanadokei

    The owner of this café was trained in a popular hotcake shop. Only once an order is made is each and every hotcake carefully cooked on the copper plate until golden brown. These Showa period-style hotcakes are beautiful to look at, very light and fluffy, and only slightly sweetened.

    Founded 1985 Cafe & Sweets

    Kokudo Shisetsu Building, 1-7-12 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 11:00am-4:00pm
    Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays *Open on the 1st Saturday of every month

    +81-3-3273-8221

  • Cafe

    Cafe Apple

    Cafe Apple, located near the Ningyocho intersection, grinds their beans after an order has been placed, and uses water heated to 98℃ to create the perfect drip coffee. The cakes made by the owner’s wife are also popular, and the cheesecake in particular goes especially well with coffee.

    Founded 1982 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Nihonbashi Ishida Bld., 3-4-13 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon-Fri 10:30am - 11:00pm, Sat 11:00am - 10:00pm
    Closed Sundays and public holidays
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-3639-1445

  • Cafe and Bar

    Battery Park Cafe

    Not only can you have lunch on a comfortable sofa in a relaxing atmosphere, but you can also enjoy a drink at their bar in the evening. The cafe's most famous lunch item is omuraisu, a dish consisting of rice topped with a fluffy yet creamy omelet. The tatsuda fried chicken, made with young chicken for a light flavor, and home-cooked curry are also popular dishes.

    Founded 2006 Cafe & Sweets

    2-5-5, Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    11:00am – 2:30pm (last order 2:00pm), 7:00pm – 2:00am (last order 1:00am)
    Closed weekends and public holidays
    Designated Smoking Area / No Free Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pets

    +81-3-3249-0211

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Café

    Muromachi cafe HACHI

    Muromachi café HACHI offers a variety of food ranging from dishes made from fresh vegetables and carefully selected brands of chicken to patissier’s special sweets. Since it’s open from 7:00am to 11:00pm, you can drop in any time you like. Also, the café can accommodate large groups of people since it’s bright and spacious.

    Founded 2015 Cafe & Sweets

    4-4-10 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    7:00am - 11:00pm (Breakfast until 11:00am, lunch until 3:00pm, café time until 5:00pm, dinner until 11:00pm)
    Closed Sundays

    +81-3-3527-9108

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Café

    CAFFE CALMO

    This coffee shop is known for its roasted coffee beans that are carefully selected from all over the world. They have a range of coffees, from deep to light roast, and you can choose from 12 types of straight and 4 types of blend varieties. Relax in the café as you pair the coffee with a light meal such as pizza toast or enjoy some dessert, like their apple pie with ice cream.

    Founded 2011 Cafe & Sweets

    25-8, Nihonbashi Hakozakicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon- Fri 8:00am – 7:00pm
    Sat 8:00am- 5:00pm
    Closed Sundays and national holidays

    +81-3-6661-2427

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Café

    BERTH COFFEE

    A café located on the first floor of a hostel. The carefully selected coffee beans in this café are lightly roasted to ensure that the unique fragrance and flavor of the coffee beans can be fully enjoyed. This café also has a relaxing lounge in the basement.

    Founded 2017 Cafe & Sweets

    CITAN 1F, 15-2 Odenmacho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Open every day 8:00am - 7:00pm
    No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No pets

    +81-3-6661-7559

    Official website

  • Café

    FRUIT & HERB TEA CAFE ONE'S

    A café where you can enjoy organic German herb tea. Their herb tea uses herbs and fruit for relaxation, recovery and beauty, and they also have a food menu which utilizes healthy ingredients.

    Founded 2017 Cafe & Sweets

    TKM Nihonbashi Hamacho Tower 1F, 2-1-10 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Sat/Sun/National Holidays 10:00am-6:30pm
    Closed Mondays

    +81-3-6661-0616

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Café

    UNISON TAILOR COFFEE & BEER

    UNISON TAILOR COFFEE & BEER is a cafe where you can enjoy specialty coffee. They also serve craft beer, in addition to their high-quality coffee, which is made with beans rich in flavor and carefully hand-dripped for each cup.

    Founded 2017 Cafe & Sweets

    3-9-8 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Mon – Fri 7:00am – 11:00pm, Sat 9:00am – 10:00pm, Sun/National Holidays 9:00am – 10:00pm
    No set holidays
    No Smoking / Free Wi-Fi / Electrical Outlets Available / Pets OK (dogs only)

    +81-3-3527-2507

    Official website (Japanese only)

  • Sweets

    Edo Kanmidokoro Suitengu Tsukushi

    A popular spot for traditional Japanese desserts, served with mild green tea. Hatsune’s shaved ice desserts made using natural ice are popular in summer. Okonomiyaki savory pancakes are served on the second floor.

    Founded 1877 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Suitengu Tsukushi Bldg., Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3664-7357

  • Sweets

    Kanmidokoro Hatsune

    Confectioner serving traditional Japanese sweets like soft rice balls in red bean syrup and delicately shaped cakes that vary with the seasons. All desserts are house-made by hand. The “Ningyocho Furin” custard pudding follows the recipe devised by the shop’s founder.

    Founded 1837 Cafe & Sweets

    1-15-6, Nihonbashiningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    +81-3-3666-3082

  • Sweets

    Eitaro Sohonpo Setsugekka

    Enjoy a variety of traditional Japanese sweets at Eitaro Sohonpo Setsugekka. You must try their ‘anmitsu’, made from ingredients including fruit, red bean paste, and agar-agar, covered with homemade kuromitsu brown sugar syrup. You can also sit at the counter and eat the sweets being sold in their shop window, along with a beverage to go with them.

    Founded 1947 Cafe & Sweets

    1F Eitaro Blg., 1-2-5, Nihonbashi , Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    10:00am - 6:00pm (last order for food: weekdays 5:00pm, Sat. 4:00pm / for sweets and drinks: 5:30pm) Closed on Sundays and Holidays, No Smoking / No Wi-Fi / No Electrical Outlets Available / No Pet

    +81-3-3273-6310

    Official website (Japanese only)

Other