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5 Restaurants Around Tokyo Station Perfect For Any Meal
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5 Restaurants Around Tokyo Station Perfect For Any Meal

Tokyo Station is the intercity hub for local and bullet trains. There are many restaurants and shops in the area because there is over 3,000 trains per day.

Tokyo Station

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Tokyo Station is one of the largest stations in Japan and there is many shops and restaurants around the station. Since Tokyo Station is a hub for the Shinkansen, you may start your adventure into the Japanese heartland here. When traveling one of the biggest things is eating and even though you may be stuck in Tokyo Station, there are many great places to eat. Tokyo Station has so much to offer from luxury shopping to world class restaurants and everything in between. When passing through the station next time, be sure to look around and explore.

 

#1. Tamejiro

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First up on the list is Tamejiro, a soba restaurant by Honke Nishio Yatsuhashi. You may have heard of them because of the famous Japanese treat, Yatsuhashi. This restaurant is relatively new, and opened in February 2012. This is a great place to come for breakfast or lunch.

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They are open early in the morning which is perfect for those who have an early train ride. They offer the soba, udon, and ramen throughout the day.
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Tamejiro

Address: 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo

Access: Directly connected to Tokyo Station

Hours: 7:30 AM – 9:00 PM

Phone: 03-3216-6717

Website: Tamejiro (Japanese)

Tabelong: Tamejiro

 

#2. Ore no Italian Yaesu

For those of you looking for more familiar western food, you won’t be disappointed with Ore no Italian Yaesu. This Italian restaurant may be slightly fancier than other options, but it certainly won’t disappoint. This establishment prides itself on using only the highest class ingredients including but not limited to foie gras, abalone, and truffles…etc. They offer a large selection of wines to perfectly pair with whatever meal you are having. This place is more geared towards the dinner crowd, they also offer small dishes in case you want to eat a light meal.
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Ore no Italian Yaesu

Address: 2-6-4 Yaesu, Chuo ward, Tokyo

Access: 5 minute walk from Tokyo Station

Hours:
4:00 PM – 11:30 PM (Monday – Saturday)
4:00 PM – 10:30 PM (Sunday and Holidays)

Phone: 03-3231-9221

Website: Ore no Italian Yaesu

 

#3. Old Station

Old Station is a more casual dining establishment. It has a calm almost nostalgic atmosphere and is popular among locals and visitors. This isn’t a place for vegetarians. They specialize in beef, pork, and chicken. The most famous dish is a BBQ plate featuring all three, beef, pork, and chicken. This place is readily accessible and is the perfect place to enjoy some beer with the perfect plate of meat.
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Old Station

Address: 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo

Access: Directly connected to Tokyo Station

Hour:
11:00 AM – 11:00 PM Monday – Friday
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM Weekends and Holidays

Phone: 03-6256-0578

Website: Old Station (Japanese)

Tabelog: Old Station

 

#4. Otako Honten

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This Kanto style oden restaurant is a great place to try more traditional Japanese food. Oden is a winter dish commonly found in Japan and this restaurant dates back to the Taisho period. Oden has eggs, daikon, fish cake, and vegetables boiled in broth for hours in a soy-based soup. The ingredients absorb the soup and mixes with the natural flavors. The longer it biols the better it gets. This restaurant is perfect for a quick meal or to sit down and enjoy some beer. There restaurant is good for eating alone or even in a larger group. Dinner time means droves of salary men stopping by here on their way home.
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Otako Honten

Address: 2-2-3 Nihonbashi, Chuo ward, Tokyo

Access: 5 minute walk from Tokyo Station

Hour:
11:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Weekday Lunch)
5:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Weekday Dinner)
4:00 PM – 10:30 PM (Weekends and Holidays)

Phone: 03-3243-8282

Website: –

Tabelog: Otako Honten

 

5. Tsukiji Sushisay

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Although this is not the exact restaurant, the original Tsukiji Sushisay was established in the Meiji era in 1889. The Tokyo Station location is one of the most popular sushi restaurants around the area and there will always be a line before sitting down. They are open almost all hours of the day, from early morning to late night. This isn’t an expensive restaurant and they have reasonably priced fresh sushi. Keep an eye out on the seasonal menu items, since they are always constantly changing.
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Tsukiji Sushisay

Address: 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo

Access: Directly connected to Tokyo Station

Hour: 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Phone: 03-5220-6865

Website: Tsukiji Sushisay (Japanese)

Tabelog: Tsukiji Sushisay

 

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