Shimokitazawa is well known for its thrift stores, music culture, theaters and bars. Sometimes it takes a while to find a perfect bar to settle, so here's a list of selected bars to make your decisions a little easier.
Here you can see a different face of Tokyo - with numbers of cafes, bars and thrift stores, this is where lots of young people hang out. And there are lots of cool restaurants that you want to check out, too!
Originated from Shonan, Rocket Chicken, a restaurant that offers a whole new chicken dish, has opened its first Tokyo branch in Shimokitazawa!
If you want delicious curry with a different twist, Magic Spice is definitely worth the go. Their curries are both healthy and full of flavors that come from their unique blends of spices.
Mazesoba is a very popular kind of soupless ramen in Japan. In Shimokitazawa you can try an original one that is made from a fusion of a Neapolitan pasta sauce and a Japanese seafood sauce. The result is really addictive! Here's about the popular new dish served at Mazesoba Ken in Shimokitazawa.
At 100 Spoons in Futakotamagawa (Tokyo), on any given day, you can see many mothers waiting in line to come to this popular resto. The restaurant offers free baby food adapted to your child's age. You can also go by yourself or with other grownups for the adult's kid's lunch plate! I went to try it out!
You can have the famously fluffy Mont Saint-Michel omelettes at Bistro Tama. The "omurice" (omelette and rice) is super soft thanks to the eggs and there is a juicy Hamburg steak on top!
It is rare to find Vietnamese restaurants in Tokyo, so I will spot out some of the best Vietnamese restaurants here, so you can enjoy some pho and Vietnamese spring rolls here in Tokyo!