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Afuri

CoCo Ichibanya is a chain, but its one of the best curry spots in town.

CoCo Ichibanya
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Sasagin is technically an Izakaya, but we come for its huge selection of sake.

Sasagin
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Stand T is a very casual and simple place where you can grab a beer and have some snacks. It also has a cool view of the old Tokyo train station.

Stand T Bar
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Ever wanted to have wine served to you from a vending machine? Head to GOSS. It sounds touristy, but we promise it’s not.

Goss
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Golden Gai is a full-blown neighborhood of mini themed bars all stacked on top of each other. Blue Dragon is one of our favorites.

Blue Dragon
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Want to get familiar with the Japanese craft beer scene? Head to BrewDog in Roppongi.

BrewDog
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Gen Yamato is a modern cocktail bar that focuses on local, seasonal, and fresh Japanese ingredients to create unique cocktails.

Gen Yamamoto
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Bar North Marine Drive is a record bar in Shibuya where the bartenders take their drinks and music (which is usually American) very seriously.

Bar North Marine Drive
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A very cool cocktail bar that focuses on absinthe.

Bar Tram
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Head to Bar Amber in Nishiazabu for the craziest fruit-based cocktails you’ve ever had.

Bar Amber
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There are plenty of fancy cocktail bars in Ginza, but Brick is our favorite.

Bar Brick
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There are plenty of spots to eat at in Tsukiji, but Sushi Dai and Daiwa Sushi are two of the best. Take note: there will be lots of tourists.

Tsukiji Fish Market
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Mawashizushi Katsu is our pick for conveyor belt sushi. Don’t let the line intimidate you-it will go quickly.

Mawashizushi Katsu
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Head to Magurodonya Miura Misakiko while you're sightseeing around Ueno for quality conveyor belt sushi. We promise it isn't corny.

Magurodonya Miura Misakiko
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TKY

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Sushi Ishii is one of our favorite spots for a nicer meal that’s still reasonable. Bonus points for the chef being entertaining and very accommodating.

Sushi Ishii
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Ikina Sushidokoro Abe has quality sushi that won't break the bank.

Ikina Sushidokoro Abe
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