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Popular Restaurants near Harajuku

If you're a first time visitor to Harajuku, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near Harajuku.


What are some good restaurants near Harajuku?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Harajuku.

Sakuratei
渋谷区, 東京都
Omotesando Koffee
神宮前4丁目15-3 Tokyo, Japan
Fukuyoshi
4-28-24 Jingumae Shibuya, Tokyo Prefecture +81 3-3470-5529
Marion Crepes
Tokyo, Japan
Harajuku Gyoza Lou
Shibuya, Tokyo 03-3406-4743
Chao Bamboo
Shibuya, Tokyo 03-5466-4787
Harajyuku Gyozalo
Shibuya, Tokyo
Kyushu Jangara Ramen
Japan 03-3404-5572
TAMA
2-3-2 Shibuya Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Prefecture 03-3486-5577
Florilege
南青山4-9-9 Tokyo, Japan
Benoit
Shibuya, Tokyo 03-6419-4181
Sushi Masuda
Minato, Tokyo 03-6418-1334
L'Effervescence
Minato, Tokyo 03-5766-9500
Genko Sushi
Tokyo, Japan
Rakuutei
内藤町 11 Tokyo

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Within Tokyo, a few food recommendations for great food, without breaking the bank: Ramen: Kagari Tonkatsu: Tonki Tempura: Lunch at Tenshige Okonomiyaki: Sakuratei Izakaya: Warayakiya"  See More

"When we were in Tokyo, we made sure to visit Omotesando Koffee."  See More

"TAMA - An Okinawan-Chinese restaurant with a fun crowd and a great wine list."  See More

"While you're browsing, be sure to stop at one of the crepe stands, such as Marion Crepes for a snack!"  See More

"There's a tasty gyoza restaurant called Harajuku Gyoza Lou within walking distance."  See More

"Chao Bamboo in Harajuku for street style noodles."  See More

"Tsukiji fish market Meiji Jingu Shrine Omotesando and Harajyuku Gyozalo shopping area Asakusa (Sensoji temple, souvenir shopping"  See More

"If you're hungry, one of the better ramen shops in the area, Kyushu Jangara Ramen, is right there."  See More

"Modern French food at Florilege in the Aoyama neighborhood."  See More

"Benoit is also there - an Alain Ducasse restaurant."  See More

"However if you are thinking of someone who actually was a disciple of Jiro, Rei Masuda from Sushi Masuda is a name that has been coming up quite a lot lately!"  See More

"If you need a great place to eat, L'Effervescence was fantastic."  See More

"If you stay at Park Hyatt Tokyo, Meiji-Jingu Shrine is close. The historic shrine surrounded by forest is where I, as a local, strongly recommend you to visit. Visiting Meiji Jingu Shrine in the morning is even better since there are fewer people around and you may feel mysterious atmosphere. Walking through Meiji-Jingu and Takeshita street, you would find a cafe called Omotesando Koffee. Omotesando Koffee is in a japanese traditional house renovated for the cafe and gives an unique experience as you drink coffee in "Wa". The combination of espresso macchiato and baked custard is my favourite there. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is also close to Park Hyatt Tokyo and nice place for brunch. The autumn foliage there is beautiful and romantic. Besides, there is a picnic ground surrounded by Japanese garden and I am sure it is nice to have take-out foods in that relaxing nature. For take-out foods, I recommend Delicatessen located at the 1st floor of Park Hyatt Tokyo. At Rakuutei, a Japanese tea room in Shinjuku Gyoen, you can enjoy Japanese tea break in quiet and peaceful space. Have a nice trip! Keita"  See More

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  1. Sakuratei
  2. Omotesando Koffee
  3. Fukuyoshi
  4. Marion Crepes
  5. Harajuku Gyoza Lou
  6. Chao Bamboo
  7. Harajyuku Gyozalo
  8. Kyushu Jangara Ramen
  9. TAMA
  10. Florilege
  11. Benoit
  12. Sushi Masuda
  13. L'Effervescence
  14. Genko Sushi
  15. Rakuutei
Where can I find out more about Harajuku?

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