Akasaka Restaurants and Food that You Should Try!

Prepare for adventure as we explore the world of Akasaka restaurants! Here you can witness ninjas serving themed food as they sneak through a castle-like environment, or travel through time as you visit the Edo period and try some of the best sushi available! Either way, you are guaranteed a great time and dining experience in these Akasaka restaurants!

A Must-Visit Akasaka Japanese Restaurant

Popular for both tourists and locals, Itamae Sushi Edo is a chance for patrons to travel back to the Edo period and experience a unique and classy way to dine with sushi, sashimi and various other dishes.

When you walk through the doors, you can select one of the many yukata that they offer before heading into the actual restaurant itself, immersing yourself into the world of Edo! In the front, you can see a variety of fresh fish and ingredients where the chef creates your dishes right before your very eyes!

You also don’t need to worry about needing to know Japanese, as the menus are also available in English and easy to read. The prices are great for the quality of service and fresh dishes that you order, so live a little and try something new!

Spot information

  • Spot name: Itamae Sushi Edo
  • Street address: 3-9-2 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo 107-0052
  • Access: 2 minutes on foot from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station

An Akasaka Restaurant Tokyo Locals Adore!

An Akasaka Restaurant Tokyo Locals Ador

Serving the rare Kaga cuisine that originated from Ishikawa and Toyama prefectures, Akasaka Asada offers a traditional cuisine that is unique as it is delicious. Originally established in 1659, with all of their ingredients originating from the area of Kanazawa, Akasaka Asada offers customers a taste like no other.

Although they have 80 seats available at the restaurant, which include private rooms, tatami seating, and a kotatsu room for up to 26 people. Dinner courses start at around 16,000 yen and up for a 9-course meal served with the highest quality ingredients.

They are open for lunch from 11:30am to 2:30pm and from 5:30pm to 10:30pm for dinner. THe dinner is closed on Sundays. It is highly recommended to make reservations as the restaurant fills up very quickly. 

Spot information

  • Spot name: Akasaka Asada
  • Street address: 3-6-4 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo 107-0052
  • Access: 4 minutes on foot from Akasaka Station

Akasaka Ninja Restaurant, Japan’s Stealthiest Cuisine!

Ninja Akasaka is famous for their Ninja motifs and for transporting you back into a castle that resembles the Edo period, Ninja Akasaka offers an atmosphere like no other! Here all the staff and waiters walk around in ninja attire while taking your order and serving your food!

Many of the dishes provided are ninja-themed and the décor of the restaurant has many secret passageways for the staff to move throughout the restaurant. The waiters are also known for performing magic tricks while serving your food, providing not only food, but also a great show!

Spot information

  • Spot name: Ninja Akasaka
  • Street address: 2-14-3 Akasaka Plaza, Nagatacho, Chiyoda, Tokyo 100-0014
  • Access: 3 minutes on foot from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station

About Akasaka Station

Akasaka Station is located on the Chiyoda line of the Tokyo Metro Subway system. It is also easily accessible by the nearby Akasaka-Mitsuke station which is serviced by the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Marunouchi Lines.

Access to these stations are easy if you are coming from other touristy areas such as Omote-Sando, Meiji-Jingu Mae Station (Harajuku), and even Hibiya.

Spot information

  • Spot name: Akasaka Station
  • Street address: 5-4-5 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo 107-0052
  • Access: Serviced by the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line

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