Tokyo food orgasm – Dimsumdaily Travel Series



渋谷豆奴, Shibuyaku Dougenzaka

This place serves amazing tomato and seafood hotpot and the staff here are very friendly. It’s open till 5am daily!

Address : 〒150-0043 B1F, 2 Chome-6-14 Dogenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0043, Japan

Verdict : 8/10


鱈腹魚金 Tarafukuuokin 

The sashimi and sushi served here are very good value for money. Don’t forget to try the seaweed and tofu soup, it’s probably the best soup you will ever have in Tokyo!

Address : 

1-9-1 Shinbashi Minato Tokyo

東京都 港区 新橋 1-9-1 新橋二光ビル 1F


JR新橋駅 銀座口 徒歩4分
銀座線新橋駅 徒歩3分

200 meters from Shimbashi station.



Open on sundays

Verdict : 8/10


Nakame no Teppen Shibuya

Nakame no Teppen, Shibuya


Nakame no Teppen Shibuya

This is a Robertayaki style restaurant where seafood is grilled and served to you. The restaurant interior is extremely cosy and you  can definitely gather with your friends over some beer after a full day of sightseeing and shopping. 

Address: 宇田川町41-26
Shibuya, 東京都 〒150-0042

Tel: +81 3 6416 1923


Mon 6:00 pm – 1:00 am  
Tue 6:00 pm – 1:00 am  
Wed 6:00 pm – 1:00 am  
Thu 6:00 pm – 1:00 am  
Fri 6:00 pm – 2:00 am Closed now
Sat 6:00 pm – 2:00 am  
Sun 6:00 pm – 1:00 am


Verdict : 7.8/10

磯丸水産, Isomaru Suisan

Isomaru Suisan is a Sushi/Fresh Fish/Izakaya Restaurant and it’s open 24 hours.   So anytime when you feel like eating Sushi or grilled seafood even at 6am, you can head out to any of its outlets in town.

Address: 〒101-0021 Tokyo, Chiyoda, Sotokanda, 1 Chome−6−1, 15-14 外神田ビル. Other outlets are listed on the website below.

Phone: 03-5298-1815


Verdict : 8/10

Tsukiji Market (築地市場, Tsukiji Shijō)

Tsukiji Market (築地市場, Tsukiji Shijō) is a large wholesale market for fish, fruits and vegetables in central Tokyo. It is the most famous of over ten wholesale markets that handle the distribution of food and flowers in Tokyo. Tsukiji Market is best known as one of the world’s largest fish markets, handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day.Instead of visiting the inner market, tourists are encouraged to visit Tsukiji’s outer market, which is located just adjacent to the inner market and caters to the public. The outer market consists of a few blocks of small retail shops and restaurants crowded along narrow lanes. Here you can find all sorts of food related goods, knives and fresh seafood and produce for sale in smaller (than wholesale) portions.A visit to Tsukiji Market is best combined with a fresh sushi breakfast or lunch at one of the local restaurants. There are restaurants both in the inner and outer market area, which are typically open from 5:00 in the morning to around 2pm.Directions:Tsukiji Market is just above Tsukiji Shijo Station on the Oedo Subway Line. Alternatively, it can be reached in a five minute walk from Tsukiji Station on the Hibiya Subway Line. The closest JR station is Shimbashi, from where you can walk to the market in about 15 minutes.From Tokyo StationTake the Marunouchi Subway Line from Tokyo to Ginza (3 minutes) and transfer to the Hibiya Subway Line to get to Tsukiji Station (3 minutes). The fare is 170 yen.From Shinjuku StationTake the Oedo Subway Line directly from Shinjuku Station to Tsukiji Shijo Station. The one way trip takes 20 minutes and costs 270 yen.Outer Market: varies by shop, typically 5:00 to 14:00

Verdict : 9/10

麺や すする 水道橋店 Menyasusuru 

If you love a thick broth, this is the place for you. Even though Menyasusuru has several outlets in the city, we find that this ramen store serves one of the best noodles in Japan as the soup is rich in flavour and the noodles are thick in texture.


Misakicho Chiyoda Tokyo

東京都 千代田区 三崎町 1-4-26


JR水道橋駅東口 徒歩1分

193 meters from Suidobashi station

Opening hours:

11am to 11pm daily

Cash payment only

Verdict : 9/10


六厘舎, Rokurinsha

This ramen store in Tokyo station serves arguably the best Tsukemen (Dipping noodles) in Tokyo. Tsukemen is a style of ramen that has become increasingly popular, particularly during the summer, as many find it more refreshing than regular ramen. The noodles are served either cold and warm and you can dip them in the broth before you slurp on.  

You can go for either the Ajitama Tsukemen (950 yen)—Rokurinsha’s original ramen with a flavored, boiled egg OR the  “special recommendation” of Tokusei Tsukemen (1,050 yen) which comes with the addition of buta hogushi (shredded pork). 

Address and website:

1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan (Tokyo Station Ichibangai Basement Floor, B1F Yaesu South Exit) (map) (81) 03-3286-0166;

Verdict : 8/10


東池袋大勝軒 Taishoken in Higashi-Ikebukuro

This ramen store serves the most traditional and best Tsukemen in Tokyo, It was formerly run by Taishoken founder, Kazuo Yamagishi (who passed away in April 2015) and located near the Higashi-Ikebukuro metro station. He was known as the inventor of Tsukemen as well as ‘godfather of the Tokyo ramen scene’. Try the Morisoba (¥700) where   noodles are served with a  seafood, pork, chicken broth and a boiled egg. The portions here are very generous for the price they are charging.   The regular ramen (‘Chuka Soba’, ¥700) is popular as well.



Tokyo, Toshima-ku, Minamiikebukuro 2-42-8
Closest station: Ikebukuro

Open 11:00-23:00
Sundays 11:00-22:00 


Verdict: 9/10