Restaurants

Top Choice Sushi in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Kizushi

While sushi has moved in the direction of faster and fresher, Kizushi, in business since 1923, is keeping it old-school. Third generation chef Yui Ryuichi uses traditional techniques, such as marinating the fish in …
Top Choice South Indian in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Dhaba India

Indian meals in Tokyo don't come much better than those served at this long-established restaurant with deep-indigo plaster walls. The food is very authentic, particularly the curries served with basmati rice, naan …
Japanese in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Nihonbashi Dashi Bar

A key ingredient of the stock dashi is flakes of katsuobushi (dried bonito), which the Nihombashi-based Ninben has been making and selling since 1699. The counter here serves cups of stock (¥100) as well as tamago-y…
Cafe in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Pokémon Cafe

Fans of the franchise will find it hard to pass on this chance to sample Pikachu-themed food and drink, made with classic kyara-ben (character bentō) techniques (like using thinly sliced daikon and nori to make roun…
Japanese in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Taimeiken

This classic restaurant, open since 1931, specialises in yōshoku – Western cuisine adapted to the Japanese palate. Its signature dish is omuraisu (an omelette stuffed with ketchup-flavoured fried rice), to which you…
Japanese in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Nihonbashi Dashi Bar Hanare

This casual restaurant from longtime producer (300+ years!) of katsuobushi (dried bonito) Ninben naturally serves dishes that make use of the umami-rich ingredient. Lunch, with dishes such as hearty miso soups and d…
Bakery in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Rose Bakery Marunouchi

Tokyo has taken to Paris' Rose Bakery style of dining. Branches of this delicious organic cafe have popped up here in the Comme des Garçons boutique as well as at the same fashion company's Dover Street Market in Gi…
Deli in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Meal MUJI Yūrakuchō

Those who subscribe to the Muji lifestyle will be delighted to know that the 'no name brand' experience goes beyond neutral-toned notebooks and linens. Meal MUJI follows the 'simpler is better' mantra with fresh del…
Ramen in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Tokyo Rāmen Street

Eight hand-picked rāmen-ya operate branches in this basement arcade on the Yaesu side of Tokyo Station. All the major styles are covered – from shōyu (soy-sauce base) to tsukemen (cold noodles served on the side). L…
Japanese in Marunouchi & Nihombashi

Hōnen Manpuku

This restaurant is a showcase for Nihombashi's gourmet retailers, such as Ninben (maker of katsuobushi, or dried bonito flakes, since 1699) and Yamamoto (maker of nori, laver, since 1849), whose ingredients appear i…