Selected from “50 Things to Do in Marunouchi”Time Out Tokyo Marunouchi Area Guide Map [4.9MB:PDF]
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.
The product label “Floyd” was launched in Mishima, Shizuoka and its company store was started in Marunouchi.
Humorous items like Mt. Fuji-shaped bowls and sake cups, ring-shaped handles of mugs, original tableware and commodities are for sale.
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.