One of the best spots in Tokyo for cherry blossom viewing is without a doubt Ueno Park! Here is some essential information about the park and the surrounding area.
Ryujinmaru is a rare kind of izakaya specializing in fish cooked briefly over a straw fire. It's definitely worth the try if you haven't already! Warayaki gives the pieces of sashimi a nice wooden sent.
Molecu-L has got to be one of the most unique and interesting dining bars in Tokyo. They specialize in Japanese molecular gastronomy and the restaurant is decorated by some fantastic projection mapping!
'Nezu Nihonshu Tada' is an izakaya that is totally focused on serving the most delicious nihonshu (sake) they can find. It's an izakaya, yet they serve course meals that are designed to pair perfectly with various sakes. The restaurant was good enough to be listed in the Michelin Guide as a Bib Gourmand Restaurant and shouldn't be missed if you're a true sake fan!
Looking for some A5 wagyu beef done teppan style? Then teppanyaki Grow in Ueno is an excellent option. Here's what you need to know about this popular restaurant.
Trying local foods is always one of the best parts of taking a trip to a new city. Tokyo is so huge that even individual neighborhoods have their own specialties! Yanaka Ginza is a retro Showa-era shopping street located near Nippori Station that is worth visiting for the atmosphere and, of course, the food!
Ueno is one of the best spots in Tokyo for ethnic cuisine, so naturally, there are plenty of good Indian restaurants to try! Here are our top 5.