2.7 km
Shibuya Cheese Stand

Who says you need pastures and milk cows if you want to produce cheese? Why not churn it out where demand is highest, right in the middle of the city? That is the admirable, out-of-the-box thinking underlying Shibuya Cheese Stand, which opened earlier this ...

2.7 km
Yakitori Ogawa

Review excerpt: Ogawa is not rooted in the old ways. Instead of following the standard izakaya (traditional tavern) mode — where customers linger all evening, drinking and ordering yakitori a few sticks at a time — it operates more like a sushi or tempura ...

2.7 km
Narikura

Review excerpt: The menu, all in Japanese and slipped inside a well-thumbed plastic file, offers several choices of pork, with cuts priced according to size and rarity. Agu pork from Okinawa is known for its “healthy” fat that melts at relatively low cooking temperatures. ...

2.8 km
Gong Cha

Since being established in Taipei in 2006, the number of Gong Cha chain stores has gradually increased to over 1,000 and now extends to more than 10 countries. In September, the tea shop launched its latest shop in the Harajuku/Omotesando area.

2.8 km
Sucre Sale

The decor is warm and welcoming, the cooking good and portions substantial. And best of all, it’s great value. This may not be the cheapest French meal in town — for that, you can just walk up the alley to Pas a Pas, with ...

2.8 km
Ubuka

Word spread fast and Ubuka soon became a favorite of chefs and others in the know. They appreciate the unpretentious setting and Kato’s unaffected style. They like that he stays open a bit later than most other restaurants. And — most of all — ...