Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Bon
Perfectly decadent with hearty Italian food, not to be missed.
Chano-Ma
This tearoom is modern luxurious memorable.
Higashi-Yama
Only Japanese is spoken in this minimalist restaurant; sip a delectable sake and soak up the simplicity...
Isonoya
Located on the edge of Tokyo's fish market, Isonoya offers the freshest sushi imaginable.
Kurkku Kitchen
Indulge without a shred of guilt at this eco-conscious restaurant.
Maisen
The hoards of locals queueing outside know that the 'tonkatsu' is worth waiting for.
Mikawa Zezankyo
A tempura restaurant from Chef Saotome, Mikawa Zezankyo serves up well-crafted dishes in an intimate, jade-green space in Koto-ku.
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.
One Garden
Embrace the Japanese beauty craze with a range of collagen-enhanced cuisine.
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.
Sakuratei
You can cook your own dinner at the cosy Sakuratei and share a glass of 'nama birru' with hippest young locals.
Sometaro
A family-run experience, feast on 'okonmiyaki' in a traditional setting...
Sushi Nakamura
Before embracing Roppongi‰Ûªs notorious nightlife, any Tokyoite would advise you to line your stomach. What better way than with traditional sushi?
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.

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