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Although recent movers to their current 35th-floor perch, these fellows have been frying tempura since 1936, and it shows: their freshly prepared creations might even make you forget the gorgeous view.
Like your ramen with thick, savoury soup and ultra-thin noodles? Then you have to try the signature tonkotsu (pork broth) variety at this famed eatery, hailing from Fukuoka's Hakata district.
Go Izakaya-hopping under the railway tracks at Yurakucho Station,where seven Japanese-style pubs representing regions like Hokkaido,Chubu and Kyushu serve up delicacies made with ingredients sourecd directly from producers.
The glass-and-steel Marunouchi Building is about the last place you'd look for this kind of Showa-era snack bar, but Raimuraito bucks the trend. Guys looking to get in have to bring a female companion.
Find the finest ingredients for Japanese cuisine at this extra special grocery store. Their extensive selection includes spices and drinks from every corner of the country , and the seasonal, freshly made boxed lunches are excellent.
Top restaurants for breakfast
The 5 establishments with the most page views at Marunouchi.com.