Odaiba has an incredible array of shops, arcades, walkways and activities but there are also plenty of restaurants. Whether you’re craving pancakes for breakfast or want to try the Osaka specialty of Takoyaki there’s a spot for you. Odaiba is an international spot, with everything from Gundam to the Statue of Liberty for sightseeing, so there’s no surprise there are a whole range of restaurants serving Italian, Indian, Japanese and more.
Odaiba Restaurants with Views You Can’t Afford to Miss!
With an excellent perspective on the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Bay, it's no big surprise that Odaiba Restaurants are the absolute best spots to see the dusk while dining. Regardless of whether you are in the state of mind for a burger or some conventional Japanese food, Odaiba has everything!
AQUA CiTY ODAIBA’s Restaurants
On the off chance that you are visiting Odaiba from Daiba Station, at that point AQUA CiTY ODAIBA is one of the primary shopping buildings that you will run into. Albeit known for their numerous assortments of keepsake and forte shops, AQUA CiTY ODAIBA’s restaurants offer a great selection of cuisine from around the world!
- Spot name: AQUA CiTY ODAIBA (アクアシティお台場)
- Street address: 1-7-1 Daiba, Minato, Tokyo
- Access: 2-minute walk from Odaiba Kaihinkoen Station on the Yurikamome Line (Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Waterfront Line)
One of the principal places on our rundown note is the exemplary Hawaiian Hamburger shop called Kua' Aina. Situated on the fourth floor of the Aqua City Odaiba shopping complex, Kua' Aina offers an incredible view of Tokyo Bay with the Rainbow Bridge in the background.
They offer an assortment of scrumptious burgers and delightful Hawaiian hotcakes that fulfill any hunger. You can browse several kind of buns, cheddar, and add some fruity avocado to make your very own custom burger. All of this, while overseeing one of the best sunset views in Odaiba.
- Name: Kua’ Aina Aqua City Odaiba (クア・アイナ アクアシティお台場店)
- Location: 4F of Odaiba Aquacity Complex
- Opening Hours: 11:00 - 22:00 (last order 21:00)
Eggs 'n Things: Breakfast and Brunch Galore
Sometimes you just want pancakes for breakfast (or dinner), and Eggs ’n Things is a Japan staple. Order a few plates to share if you’re having brunch and dig into the piles of home-fry potatoes, hollandaise-covered eggs benedict and crispy waffles. While the savory dishes will hit the spot, it’s the pancakes that catch your eye here. Covered in towers of cream, they come in a variety of flavors and with lashings of syrup, so dig in. If the queues are too long, try Bills in AQUA CiTY ODAIBA - however, they’re not likely to be much shorter there either.
- Name: Eggs n’ Things Odaiba
- Location: 3F of Odaiba Aquacity Complex
- Hours: 09:00 - 22:30 (last order: 21:30)
- Name: bills
- Location: 3F of Decks Tokyo Beach
- Hours: Mon-Fri: 09:00 – 23:00, Weekend & Holidays: 08:00 – 23:00
- (last order: food 22:00, drinks 22:30)
Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai: Six Ramen Choices
Serving up delicious ramen since 2005, the Kokugikan Mai has six specially chosen ramen restaurants to try. A popular fast-food across Japan, ramen has four main soup bases: soy sauce (shoyu), salt (shio), miso and tonkotsu (pork broth). There are great stores representing each kind here, including tonkotsu from Hakata (the home of pork-broth ramen) and delicious miso ramen from Sapporo. If you head to ‘Setagaya’ Ramen, you can try noodles topped with wagyu beef although the portions are limited, so arrive early if it’s top of your list!
- Name: Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai (東京ラーメン国技館 舞)
- Location: 5F of Odaiba Aquacity Complex
- Hours: 11:00 - 23:00 (last order: 22:30)
DECKS Tokyo Beach’s Restaurants
Situated beside Aqua City Odaiba, AQUA CiTY ODAIBA restaurants offer an incredible variety of cuisines cooking styles from Italian, Seafood, to even casual dining. One of the most popular restaurants at AQUA CiTY ODAIBA is “bills”, which focuses on a variety of egg cuisine dishes!
- Spot name: DECKS Tokyo Beach (デックス東京ビーチ)
- Street address: 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato, Tokyo, 135-0091
- Access: 6-minute walk from Odaiba Kaihinkoen Station on the Yurikamome Line
Odaiba Takoyaki Museum: An Osaka Staple in Odaiba
Bringing a staple from the kitchen of Japan to the streets of Odaiba, the Takoyaki museum is host to a collection of the country’s best street-food vendors. A ball of batter surrounding a chunk of squid, takoyaki are topped with mayo, a sticky dark sauce and fish flakes. After learning all about the soul-food snack, you can head to one of the five stores to find your favorite. There are some Dotonbori legends including Kukuru and Juhachiban (18ban) as well as Aizu-ya which is credited with inventing the delicious treat!
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- Name: Odaiba Takoyaki Museum (お台場たこ焼きミュージアム)
- Location: 4F of Decks Tokyo Beach Building
- Hours: 11:00 - 22:00 (last order: 21:30) Some stores may close at 21:00
Khazana Indian Halal, Veggie and Vegan Options!
A tempting scent of spices will greet you at Khazana and the sight of their buffet will no doubt tempt you through the door. If you’ve worked up an appetite from perusing the shops and sights, a buffet is a great way to fill up and get a great variety of dishes. There are old favorites and seasonal specialties to try all with freshly baked naan and tasty sides. This is a particularly great spot for those seeing a vegetarian, vegan or halal menu as they cater to all three.
- Name: Khazana (カザーナ お台場デックス東京ビーチ店)
- Location: 5F of Decks Tokyo Beach
- Hours: 11:00 - 23:00 (last order: 22:00)
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza’s Restaurants
Best known for the Unicorn Gundam statue which stands outside, DiverCity is another haven for shopping and dining fans. The eight floors are packed with international fashion favorites like A|X ARMANI EXCHANGE, Vans, STÜSSY and Dr. Martens along with family and home brands. There are cafes, food stalls and dine-in restaurants selling everything from ramen to Kobe beef.
- Name: DiverCity Tokyo Plaza (ダイバーシティ東京 プラザ)
- Address: 1-1-10, Aomi, Koutou-ku, Tokyo
- Access: 3-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport station Exit B and 5-minute walk from Daiba station
Kaneko Hannosuke: Tendon Bowls for the Hungry
A Japanese comfort-food like no other, tendon is a filling and affordable dish with a variety of options. A kind of donburi (rice bowl), it is topped with tempura which can be a mix of seafood and vegetables, often including seasonal options. The final addition is a tempura-sauce which is a mix of soy sauce and dashi, among other things. Kaneko has a secret recipe for their tendon and use seafood fresh from Tokyo’s Toyosu fish market so it’s guaranteed to be delicious.
- Name: Nihonbashi tempura bowl Kaneko Hannosuke (日本橋 天丼 金子半之助 ダイバーシティ東京店)
- Location: 2F Food Court of DiverCity Tokyo Plaza’s (has open seating)
- Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
A lesser known Osaka-favorite, Kushikatsu is an array of meats, vegetables and other items skewered on sticks, breadcrumbed and deep fried. You then dip your delicacies in a sweet dark sauce and enjoy with a bowl of Japanese cabbage on the side. At this restaurant chain, you select your sticks buffet style and fry them at your table which makes it much more enjoyable! It is all buffet-style and includes salads, different dipping sauces, ochazuke (rice with green tea or dashi) and an array of desserts.
- Spot Name: Kushiya Monogatari (串家物語 ダイバーシティ東京プラザ)
- Location: 6F of DiverCity Tokyo Plaza
- Hours: 11:00 - 23:00
Hilton Odaiba Restaurants
Not far from Aqua City Odaiba, you can also find the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba Hotel! Hilton Odaiba restaurants are plentiful and offer a great range of amazing service and cuisines. Our recommendations are the Grillogy Bar and Grill and the Sakura Restaurant.
- Spot name: Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
- Street address: 1-9-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
- Access: 2 minutes on foot from Odaiba Kaihinkoen Station on the Yurikamome Line
Grillogy Bar and Grill
Offering an extraordinary choice of meat and fish dishes, Grillogy Bar and Grill is one of the more prominent eateries at the Hilton Odaiba that offers an incredible ocean side view and open kitchen. As it can get crowded quickly and all time, it’s highly recommended to make a reservation in advance!
- Name: Grillogy Bar and Grill (グリロジー バー＆グリル)
- Location: 2F of Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
- Hours: 10:00 – 20:00 for now (Regular: Weekdays 10:00 – 21:30 Weekend and Holiday 09:00 – 21:30)
Sakura Japanese Restaurant
Known for there delicious seasonal ingredients and for their traditional Japanese Kaiseki cuisine, the Hilton Japanese Restaurant Sakura, blends the best of Japanese cuisine with a modern twist.
Dishes on their menu include many courses to choose from. Lunch will typically run from 2,500 yen and upwards and Dinner starts at 10,000 yen depending on the course you choose.
- Name: SAKURA Japanese Restaurant (日本料理「さくら」)
- Location: 3F of Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
- Hours: 10:00 – 20:00 for Now (Regular: Weekdays 10:00 – 21:30 Weekend and Holiday 09:00 – 21:30)
Editor’s Bonus Choice
If you want to escape the shopping mall atmosphere and find something a little different, the Trattoria offers a more high-class option. Often booked for weddings and events, there are some great deals to be had at lunch.
Trattoria Restaurant Caress
With an outdoor terrace, Caress is a fine-dining Italian experience that makes the most of Japanese ingredients. Dishes are beautifully presented and with a very reasonable lunch menu, it makes for the perfect break from a busy day of shopping. Dinner is an elevated affair, with a choice of expansive set menus and tasting courses to choose from. The restaurant has a dedicated patissier working alongside the head chef, so everything from start to finish is guaranteed to be delicious.
- Name: Trattoria Restaurant Caress (カレス)
- Address: 1-3-5-102 Diaba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
- Location: The restaurant is located across from the Family Mart, a few minutes walk from the Odaiba-kaihinkoen Station on the Yurikamome Line.
- 18:00 - 22:00, last order: 20:00 (Tues - Thurs)
- 18:00 - 22:30, last order: 20:30 (Friday)
- 17:30 - 22:30, last order: 20:30 (Saturday)
- 17:30 - 22:00. Last order: 20:00 (Sunday)