If you're a first time visitor to Nihonbashi, 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 in Nihonbashi.
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Nihonbashi.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"If you like chocolate/sweets, you are in heaven, cause not only you can get the best Japanese sweets in tokyo, you can also find branches of Laduree Ginza, Pierre Hermé, PIERRE MARCOLINI, La Maison du Chocolat in tokyo - just to name a few !" See More
"We took side trips to Himeji to see the samurai castle, to Nara to see the amazing temples ( Todai-ji and Kasuga-taisha are the best) and to INOUE to see the Fushimi Inari Shrine (with hundreds of red torii - portals)." See More
"Days 1-2 Tokyo - Asakusa (Temple), Ryogoku (Edo Musuem) & Kappabashi Shopping (Kitchen Town), Akihabara (electric town) but also stop at Artisan centre and walk to maach ecute 神田万世橋 Ｎ３３３１, then Harajuku & Omotesando area Meijijngu and the Nezu Museum as well as people watching." See More
"See the biggest beer selection at Popeye and have ice cream at my favorite place JAPANESE ICE OUCA." See More
"• Mikawa Zezankyo*: for tempura, this is the one I always recommend." See More
"Nidaime Tsujita Ramen has a few different locations and their Tsukemen style broth is incredible." See More
"The basement of the big department stores such as Tokyu Hands, Isetan, Takashimaya Times Square, Matsuya have lots of great food stalls, selling from Japanese food to French sweets." See More
"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
"Star Bar Ginza - Tiny, basement, speakeasy vibe serving perfect cocktails." See More
"All that being said, if you are staying next to Tokyo Station, have your hotel concierge make a reservation for you at Manten Sushi." See More
"Big names such as Sushi Saito, Sawada, Sukiyabashi Jiro will of course be fantastic but as it is very difficult to get seats for these, I would recommend Sushi Shimon." See More
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