Tokyo Oyster Bar was established in 1999 in Tokyo’s Gotanda area and as the first oyster bar in Japan, it has served both imported and domestic oysters in various styles such as fresh, steamed, ajillo and grilled. The oyster pioneer’s newest branch in the Shirokane ...

Japanese oyster restaurant Kakishabu-ya, in Tokyo’s chic Ginza district, offers a range of unique oyster dishes. The manager of the restaurant is proud to introduce shabu-shabu hot pot cooking, which he feels is the best way to enjoy oysters. The taste of blanched oysters enjoyed ...

The only specialty restaurant for shellfish in Tokyo’s massive Tsukiji fish market, Kakigoya offers a variety of the freshest ocean delights, including oysters, scallops, clams, as well as shrimp that are all delivered directly from the fish market. The restaurant offers oysters cooked in a ...

The Cave de Oyster recently opened in Tokyo Station's massive labyrinthine shopping and food area spreading beneath the station. Run by Humanweb Inc., a leading oyster restaurant operator in Japan that is looking to expand the Western oyster bar culture in Japan, the restaurant debuted ...

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