Part gallery, part bookstore, NADiff is a local art-scene hub. The bookstore is among the city’s best for art books and there are a few...
Beer Museum Yebisu
Yes, this is the site of the original Yebisu brewery (1889). Inside you’ll find a gallery of photographs and antique signage that...
Football…er, soccer is always on the big screen at this international joint. The fish and chips are surprisingly delicious.
Zest Cantina Ebisu
You’d be forgiven for thinking you were eating Tex-Mex somewhere in America after walking into this cavernous Ebisu institution....
Lonely Planet review
This mellow little izakaya (Japanese version of a pub/eatery) specialises in simple pleasures: fish and sake (there’s an English sign out front that says just that). The menu changes daily depending on what’s in season; the friendly chefs help you decide what to have grilled, steamed, simmered or fried. There’s only a counter and a few small tables, so groups should call ahead. Follow the wooden stairs under the sage ball.