This old-school unagi (eel) specialist stands in the heart of Ueno Park, just steps from the zoo and the historic Toshogu Shrine, surrounded by a sea of sakura (cherry blossoms). That's the view from the upstairs dining room, if you are lucky (or patient) ...

Innsyoutei (pronounced "Inshotei," which means "Rhyme of the Pine Cottage") has to be one of the most picturesque dining spots in Tokyo in any season. When the trees are covered with clouds of blossom, it is outstanding. And so are the lines by the ...

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