Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Mikawa Zezankyo
A tempura restaurant from Chef Saotome, Mikawa Zezankyo serves up well-crafted dishes in an intimate, jade-green space in Koto-ku.
One Garden
Embrace the Japanese beauty craze with a range of collagen-enhanced cuisine.
Chano-Ma
This tearoom is modern luxurious memorable.
Maisen
The hoards of locals queueing outside know that the 'tonkatsu' is worth waiting for.
Ryugin
Stunningly creative dinners abound at this Michelin-starred eatery; sit back and allow this passionate chef to blow your mind with his gastronomic genius.
Kurkku Kitchen
Indulge without a shred of guilt at this eco-conscious restaurant.
Taisho
A small glimpse of the real Tokyo, far from the skyscrapers and sslarymen; try the delicious grilled meats and wash it all down with hearty draft beer.
Isonoya
Located on the edge of Tokyo's fish market, Isonoya offers the freshest sushi imaginable.
Nadaman
The chefs at Nadaman expertly cook a variety of Japanese cuisine, so there's no need to choose just one type: indulge in all of your local culinary favourites.
Sometaro
A family-run experience, feast on 'okonmiyaki' in a traditional setting...
Higashi-Yama
Only Japanese is spoken in this minimalist restaurant; sip a delectable sake and soak up the simplicity...
Sushi Nakamura
Before embracing Roppongi‰Ûªs notorious nightlife, any Tokyoite would advise you to line your stomach. What better way than with traditional sushi?
Sakuratei
You can cook your own dinner at the cosy Sakuratei and share a glass of 'nama birru' with hippest young locals.
Bon
Perfectly decadent with hearty Italian food, not to be missed.

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