Review excerpt: The bulk of the pizza at Al Camino are divided between rossi, a tomato sauce-based pizza, and bianchi, which is cheese-based and uses no tomato sauce. There are also a few outliers such as the pizza covered in Nutella and a fruit-topped ...

Review excerpt: Just a short stroll from Shimokitazawa Station, away from the bars and the student hangouts, Guerrero is a no-frills place with simple decor, basic furniture and a great soundtrack that runs the gamut from indie to Afrobeat.

Review excerpt: This is a classic kappo-style restaurant, the type where customers sit and watch as the chef prepares course after elaborate course of exquisite washoku (traditional Japanese cuisine). But there is one reassuring clue that the cuisine at erba da nakahigashi is modern ...

Review excerpt: The interior of Galleria’s Umeda location is sparse, with only two carpets occupying the cement floor and dark wood tables. Signage indicates that this isn’t just a “Pizzeria,” it is also a “Plant Factory,” which explains the rows of pots containing herbs ...

Review excerpt: Despite Falo’s look and lineage — it’s an offshoot of Mondo, a discreet (and rather good) Italian restaurant in the swish backstreets of Jiyugaoka — it’s not in any way exclusive. In fact, the decor at Falo is simple, the setting casual ...

Review excerpt: Hazama is self-taught and has even entered pizza competitions in Italy. He prefers to follow his own path, rather than any Neapolitan orthodoxy, as you can tell from his pizzas at Pizzeria Bakka M’unica: one includes salsiccia (sausage) and hanjuku (soft-boiled) egg, ...

Located just three minutes from Ebisu station, Il Boccalone is a well-established Italian restaurant that has been providing authentic traditional Italian cuisine since 1989. The staff greets diners entering the restaurant with warm greetings, while the Italian-themed decor transports them straight to Italy. Il Boccalone’s dishes ...

Pinsa de Roma is self-service. You line up at the counter, checking out the display case to see what the choices are. There are usually a dozen to choose from, with colorful combinations that would be unthinkable in a true-blue Neapolitan pizza shop: Smoked ...

Perfectly fitting the bill is & Style Restaurant, an Italian restaurant in Tokyo’s Tenoha Daikanyama complex, which also includes a coffee shop, boutique, cafe, market and coworking space. Strings of lights, cobblestones, and well-appointed greenery give the complex a festive feel right from the ...

From outside, Beverino looks classier than you might expect on the drab stretch of Meiji-dori between Ebisu and Shibuya. But the wine list immediately reassures, offering a score of bottles at ¥2,800, a dozen at ¥600 per glass, and plenty more in higher price ...

Dining Ferio, on the first floor of the RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo, is offering a summer family buffet. The buffet is offered on weekends and holidays from July 4 to Aug. 30 (except for Aug. 8 and 9 and from the 13 through the 16) ...

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