Yakitori, chicken skewers at Omoide Yoko-cho (Memory Lane) close
to Shinjuku station.
Noooooodles: Ramen (thin curly ones), Soba (thin buckwheat), Udon (thick white ones). Bassanova is known for tasty Ramen and a great Udon place is Shikokuji.
You can grab Onigiri – a filled triangular rice snack – in nearly every convenience store (called Konbini).
Gyoza: pan-fried Chinese dumplings.
Tempura: battered and fried seafood or vegetables.
Izakaya: These are Japanese Tapas restaurants. You get a variety of dishes, sometimes served in Séparées.
Don‘t miss the food courts in the big department stores!
Drinks and Clubs:
Tiny bar in Shibuya, as its name indicates: Tight. There are also other small
bars in and around that alley.
Two popular bars in Shibuya that you will not forget after visiting: The Red Bar and the Trump
Room (club with golden interior).
4-floor Techno Club in the "Love Hotel" Area Maruyama-cho: Womb.
Do & See:
Museum picks: The Mori Art Museum in Roppongi Hills,
offers a nice view over the city. The Nezu Museum designed by architect Kengo Kuma shows Nezu Kaichiro‘s collection of pre-modern Japanese and East Asian art.
The Meiji shrine is a green oasis in bustling Tokyo.
Yoyogi park is a lively park where you can have picnics (buy
a Bento box!) and watch street artists and cherry blossom trees (picnic + cherry blossom watching is called Hanami).
Next door you can find the National Yoyogi Gymnasium, which was built by architect Kenzo Tange for the Tokyo Olympics in