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Nakameguro Koukashita

Nakameguro Koukashita – New Restaurants Serving Local and Fresh Ingredients

Along 700 meters, Nakameguro Koukashita is a new shopping and restaurant gallery with 28 spots. This new hot-spot in Tokyo opened November 22, 2016. Come enjoy a new part of Naka-Meguro.

Nakameguro Koukashita
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Naka-Meguro Koukashita is a new shopping gallery under the elevated tracks in Naka-Meguro Station serving the Tokyu Toyoko and Tokyo Metro Hibiya lines. This shopping plaza opened on November 22, 2016, some well-known resturants are at this plaza, Sushi no Isomatsu, where first-rate sushi chefs use the freshest ingredients to prepare Edomae (Tokyo style) sushi and tempura, Nodoguroya Kakiemon, specializing in the high-grade fish blackthroat seaperch and also serving sake with oysters shipped directly from fishing grounds on the Sanriku coast in Miyagi.

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Naka-Meguro Tsutaya Books is a great meet-up spot and a great spot to relax with a cup of coffee. The space is expected to grow into a new hub of culture in the area. Along the Meguro River there is a stylish open terrace with cheese and wine shops and an all-standing bar for quick drinks.
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Nakameguro Koukashita

Address: Kamimeguro, Meguro Ward, Tokyo

Access: Connected to Naka-Meguro Station

Website: Nakameguro Koukashita (Japanese)

 

PAVILION

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Pavilion serves gourmet everyday food. Once inside the restaurant, it feels like you in a an art studio, there is a very chic ambiance. You will have a unique experience at this restaurant.

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One recommend dish besides all of the delicious meat is Tamago Kake Gohan. Tamago Kake Gohan translates to “egg over rice”, this dish comes with Botargo and salmon roe. It is a little more classy compared to the everyday Tamago Kake Gohan.

PAVILION

Hours:
11:30 AM – 3:00 PM / 5:00 PM – 2:00 AM (Monday – Friday)
11:30 AM – 2:00 AM (Saturday and National Holiday)
11:30 AM – 9:00 PM (Sunday)

Phone: 03-6416-5868

Website: PAVILION (Japanese)

 

GOOD BARBECUE

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People looking for the essence of barbecue, this is the restaurant for you. The large hunks of meat are covered with an original spice mixture and cooked low and slow in the oven.

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The tender and well seasoned pairs well with a craft beer, after the meal, try a craft cocktail. The theme of the restaurant is “craft”, hoping to change the style of craft food.

GOOD BARBEQUE

Hours:
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Lunch)
4:00 AM – 2:00 AM (Dinner)

Phone: 03-6303-3575

Website: GOOD BARBECUE (Japanese)

 

Soup Stock Tokyo

Soup Stock Tokyo
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Soup Stock Tokyo is all about serving soup made with the freshest ingredients. With over 70 shops around Japan, this location focuses on soups that can be eaten. The soups are flavored with herbs and spices to make it very flavorful.

Soup Stock Tokyo
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Every week there is different soups, so it is recommend to check the website weekly. There is soup, curry, rice porridge, rice, bread, and drinks. They even have desserts made with fresh fruit.

Soup Stock Tokyo

Hours:
8:00 AM – 10:00 PM (Monday – Friday)
10:00 AM – 9:30 PM (Saturday, Sunday and National Holiday)

Phone: 03-6303-3909

Website: Soup Stock Tokyo (Japanese)

 

MHL.

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MHL. is a British brand, Margaret Howell’s casual line. This line was inspired by work wear and uniforms. The concept was simple, modern daily wear using the keywords, functionality and practicality. Besides men and women’s clothes, there is some other goods.

MHL.

Hours: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Phone: 03-5724-3735

Website: MHL. (Japanese)

 

LONCAFE STAND NAKAMEGURO

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In 2003, Lon Cafe opened at the Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden. This beautiful garden is surrounded by trees and flowers, it is a very important and popular spot in Enoshima. A branch opened at Naka-Meguro Koukashita.

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With a superb view over Sagami Bay and with a Shonan style menu, the style incorporates seafood, fresh ingredients, and a resort-style atmosphere. Two of the best selling items is the “French Toast Tart” and “BLT French Toast”.

LONCAFE STAND NAKAMEGURO

Hours:
10:00 AM – 11:00 PM (Monday – Friday)
9:00 AM – 11:00 PM (Saturday and Sunday)

Phone: 03-6303-0308

Website: LONCAFE STAND NAKAMEGURO (Japanese)

 

Naka-Meguro Tsutaya

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This Tsutaya is a little different, there is more space than usual for reading books or magazines and there is a large lounge area. The lounge area is a multi use space for meeting or seeing friends. This is the perfect space to relax, drink a cup of coffee, and charge your electronics.

Naka-Meguro Tsutaya

Hours: 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Phone: 03-6303-0940

Website: Naka-Meguro Tsutaya (Japanese)

 

Aoyama Flower Market

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The concept of Aoyama Flower Market is “Living With Flowers Every Day”, proposing a hearty lifestyle surrounded by flowers and greenery. The store was designed with Marche in Paris in mind, the seasonal flowers are must-buy items. Add color to your daily life with lifestyle bouquets prepared for each life moment created with seasonal flowers.

Aoyama Flower Market

Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Phone: 03-6452-2187

Website: Aoyama Flower Market (Japanese)

 

THE CITY BAKERY

THE CITY BAKERY
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The City Bakery is a long-established bakery in Union Square that has gained tremendous support from New Yorkers. At the branch in Naka-Meguro there are original products. Enjoy pastries, muffins, coffee, and Japanese items that reproduce the taste of NY such as the pretzel croissants that can only be found at The City Bakery. This restaurant is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, the delicious food can be enjoyed no matter what time of day.

THE CITY BAKERY

Hours: 7:30 AM – 11:00 PM

Phone: 03-5725-0177

Website: THE CITY BAKERY (Japanese)

 

Vinos Yamazaki

Vinos Yamazaki is a direct import type wine specialty shop, there is over 400 types of directly imported wine. In addition, we have a wealth of items that are wine colored and pair with wine, such as direct imported cheese and miscellaneous wine goods. Every weekend, a tasting event is also held. Recommended seasonal wines and new arrival wines can be enjoyed with a selection of cheeses and delicious breads that are match perfectly.

Vinos Yamazaki

Hours: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Phone: 03-6303-2107

Website: Vinos Yamazaki (Japanese)

 

CURRYSHOP Inoue Chimpanzee

CURRYSHOP Inoue Chimpanzee
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CURRYSHOP Inoue Chimpanzee is serving savory curry that can be made extra spicy. With up to 10 levels of spiciness, the original ginger pork and katsu curry is popular. The shop resembles a cafe so it has a relaxing atmosphere.

CURRYSHOP Inoue Chimpanzee

Hours: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Phone: 03-6712-2585

Website: –

Tabelog: CURRYSHOP Inoue Chimpanzee (Japanese)

 

Meccha Ramman Shokudou

Meccha Ramman Shokudou
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Meccha Ramman Shokudou serves yakisoba, kara-age, and lemon sour cocktails. The concept is “feel full with healthy food”, the shop considered themselves a B-level gourmet spot. One recommended item is the “Beauty Potage” made with almost every seasonal vegetable.

Meccha Ramman Shokudou

Hours: 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Phone: 03-6303-3923

Website: Meccha Ramman Shokudou (Japanese)

 

Toridashioden Samon

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Toridashioden Samon serves steaming hot chicken broth oden. Oden is usually eaten in winter, ingredients commonly used for oden are boiled eggs, daikon, konjac, and processed fishcakes stewed.

Toridashioden Samon

Hours: 4:00 PM – 3:00 AM

Phone: 03-6712-2818

Website: Toridashioden Samon (Japanese)

 

ASADOR DEL PRADO

ASADOR DEL PRADO
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Asador Del Prado serves pasta and pinchos, this Spanish inspired restaurant is great for groups wanting to try a little bit of everything. Have casual lunch, Spanish sweets at tea time, and a luxurious meal at dinner. Enjoy Ishigaki beef, fresh seafood, and fresh vegetables with a Spanish twist.

ASADOR DEL PRADO

Hours: 11:00 AM – 4:00 AM

Phone: 03-6452-2740

Website: –

Tabelog: ASADOR DEL PRADO (Japanese)

 

NiwaKaya Chosuke

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NiwaKaya Chosuke was extremely popular in Gourmet Town Hakata. This restaurant serves more than just ordinary udon. There is about 80 side dishes to pair with the udon. The udon is made with special water from Hakata so you know it will be authentic.

NiwaKaya Chosuke

Hours:
6:00 AM – 3:00 AM (Monday – Saturday)
5:00 AM – 11:00 PM (Sunday and National Holiday)

Phone: 03-6452-4170

Website: NiwaKaya Chosuke (Japanese)

 

Caldo Nakameguro

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Caldo Nakameguro is a grill and bar serving Spanish appetizers and meals. The restaurant uses specific ingredients and they make arroz, the dish has been gaining popularity in Japan.

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There is a huge wine selection so there is a perfect pair for anything on the menu and cocktails made with seasonal fruit are a must try.

Caldo Nakameguro

Hours: 5:00 PM – 2:00 AM

Phone: 03-6635-6888

Website: Caldo Nakameguro (Japanese)

 

Teppanyaki Shin Tachinomiya

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Teppanyaki Shin Tachinomiya is a standing restaurant serving meat grilled cooked on an iron plate. This restaurant has been privately run in Ebisu for 16 years and they have opened a branch at Naka-Meguro Koukashita. Standing bars are new to foreigners so this is a popular Japanese food restaurant among tourists.

Teppanyaki Shin Tachinomiya

Hours:
12:00 AM – 3:00 PM (Lunch)
3:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Sunday – Tuesday and National Holiday)
3:00 AM – 3:00 AM (Wednesday – Saturday)

Phone: 03-6451-2139

Website: –

Tabelog: Teppanyaki Shin Tachinomiya

 

Sushi no Isomatsu

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Sushi no Isomatsu has a very nostalgic Japanese atmosphere, serving Edomae-style sushi at a reasonable price. Along with Edomae-style sushi, there is also tempura and sashimi made with the freshest ingredients.

Sushi no Isomatsu

Hours:
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Lunch)
5:00 AM – 11:30 PM (Dinner)

Phone: 03-6451-0813

Website: Sushi no Isomatsu (Japanese)

 

Jiromaru

Jiromaru
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Jiromaru wants their customers to enjoy every piece of meat that is order. This standing yakiniku restaurant only serves level A4 or higher beef. One great thing about Jiromaru is that you can order a small amount of the cut of beef you want, so it is easy to sample everything.

Jiromaru

Hours:
11:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Lunch)
5:00 PM – 1:00 AM (Dinner)

Phone: 03-6712-2119

Website: –

Tabelog: Jiromaru (Japanese)

 

Nodoguroya Kakiemon

Nodoguroya Kakiemon
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At Nodoguroya Kakiemon, enjoy fresh oysters from Miyazaki. The oyster dishes are flavored with spices from around the world, pair it with udon and Japanese sake for an awesome meal.

Nodoguroya Kakiemon

Hours: 15:00 PM – 1:00 AM

Phone: 03-6712-2077

Tabelog: Nodoguroya Kakiemon (Japanese)

 

Harajuku Gyouzarou

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Harajuku Gyouzarou is serving gyoza made with ingredients commonly used in southeast Asia. Coriander gyoza and fresh spring rolls are the restaurant’s specialty.

Harajuku Gyouzarou

Hours:
11:30 AM – 3:00 PM (Lunch on Monday – Friday)
5:30 PM – 12:00 AM (Dinner on Monday – Friday)
11:30 AM – 11:00 PM (Saturday, Sunday and National Holiday)

Phone: 03-6303-2356

Website: Harajuku Gyouzarou (Japanese)

 

Musou

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The broth for the ramen and tsukemen at Musou is made with both chicken and seafood. The noodles are made with a special wheat flour called “Haruyo Koi”, don’t forget to enjoy the flavor of the noddles.

Musou

Hours: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Phone: 03-5724-3485

Website: –

Tabelog: Musou

 

Nurukan Sato

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Nurukan Sato is fish in a hearth which is rare, this gives the fish a different flavor. Enjoy the food with original cocktails.

Nurukan Sato

Hours:
11:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Lunch)
5:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Dinner)

Phone: 03-6303-3348

Website: Nurukan Sato (Japanese)

 

Hara Torippa Seizojo

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Hara Torippa Seizojo’s specialty is tripe made with Italian ingredients. Tripe is a type of edible lining from the stomach of various animals, Hara Torippa Seizojo uses the stomachs from cows. Pair the tripe dishes with sake or wine.

Hara Torippa Seizojo

Hours:
11:30 AM – 2:00 PM (Lunch)
5:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Dinner)

Phone: 03-6412-7165

Website: Hara Torippa Seizojo (Japanese)

 

Naka-Meguro Gokan

Gokan is a small restaurant with only 14 seats serving meat dishes made with local ingredients. Pair the meat with sake or wine.

Nakameguro Gokan

Hours:
5:00 PM – 12:00 AM (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday)
5:00 PM – 2:00 AM (Friday)
12:00 PM – 9:00 PM (Sunday)

Phone: 03-6451-2623

Website: Nakameguro Gokan (Japanese)

 

Obanzai Sourukomachi

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Obanzai Sourukomachi serves Korean food with a twist. Some of the specialties are assorted chijimi mushrooms, mulgogi, and boiled mackerel. Definitely try the oxtail soup that is simmered for 48 hours, the meat falls right off the bone.

Obanzai Sourukomachi

Hours:
5:00 PM – 3:00 AM (Monday – Friday)
3:00 PM – 3:00 AM (Saturday)
3:00 PM – 12:00 PM (Sunday)

Phone: 03-6303-0788

Tabelog: Obanzai Sourukomachi (Japanese)

 

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