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Top Eats in Tokyo

Sushi and sashimi at Ryuzushi.

Photo: Jun Takagi

From sushi and yakitori to tempura, T+L offers a definitive guide to a food-obsessed city’s most authentic specialties. Read the article

Destinations: Tokyo

Inspired by: Tokyo's Top Restaurants — by Shane Mitchell, Published Nov. 2009

Restaurants (6)

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    Higashiya

    Japan’s traditional meal-ending confections, collectively known as wagashi, still have a passionate fan base. Often made with red-bean paste, sugar

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    Ryuzushi

    Surrounding the vast maze of refrigerated stalls in the centrally located Tsukiji fish market are simple spots that cater to off-duty fishmongers,

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    Higashi-Yama

    Bauhaus meets Bushido at Ogata’s Higashi-yama restaurant, where everything from the impeccable seafood concoctions to the décor is the product of a

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    Torimasa

    Sequestered on a side street between the edgy fashion districts of Harajuku and Aoyama, this tiny, cheerful yakitori restaurant provides welcome re

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    Kanetanaka-an

    A highly ritualized, multicourse meal of “small bites,” kaiseki has evolved through the centuries as an offshoot of the Buddhist tea ceremony. Chef

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    Kondo

    The nine-floor ride in a claustrophobic, battered elevator is well worth it: The doors open to Kondo, a Zen-calm dining room of muted tans and blon

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    Sake Shop Fukumitsuya

    Around the corner from Hermès and Chanel, Sake Shop Fukumitsuya contains an informal bar that showcases fermented rice from the Fukumitsuya brewery

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