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The Best Restaurants in Taito, Tokyo

Loaches with negi at Kamagata Dozeu (Dojo) | © hirotomo t/WikiCommons
Loaches with negi at Kamagata Dozeu (Dojo) | © hirotomo t/WikiCommons
From Edo Era cuisine to vegetarian temple fare, Taito is home to some of the most unique places to eat in Tokyo. Check out our guide to the best restaurants in the ward.

Nabeno-ism

Restaurant, Fusion, $$$

Nabeno-ism was opened in 2016 by the former head chef at Joël Robuchon Tokyo. The dishes here are a fusion of French and Japanese Komagata regional cuisine. The fine food is complemented by the décor, also a mix of styles, and the sweeping views of Sumida River. Reservations can be made through their website.
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Komagata Dozeu (Komagata Dojo)

Restaurant, Japanese, $$$

Fill up at Komagata Dozeu, a restaurant that serves traditional dishes straight out of the Edo Period. Their nabe (hot pot) is a re-creation of what a commoner might have eaten all those years ago. Komagata Dozeu is a history lesson and a tasty meal all in one.
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Innsyoutei

Restaurant, Japanese

Innsyoutei is a kaiseki (elevated Japanese cuisine) restaurant located in the middle of picturesque Ueno Park. Their traditional bento lunches are a steal at around 1600 yen (US$14) a piece. English menus available. Reservations recommended.
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Amets

Restaurant, Spanish, $$$

Amets is a highly-rated Spanish restaurant near Tawaramachi Station. With delicious Spanish-inspired cuisine and friendly service, Amets has quickly become a favorite of locals in the neighborhood.
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BON

Restaurant with Rooms, Japanese, $$$

BON recreates traditional temple meals served to Buddhist monks, and is 100% vegetarian. Courses are served in private dining rooms. From the presentation of the food to the service and decor, it’s everything you could want from a traditional, high-end Japanese restaurant. Reservations recommended.
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These recommendations were updated on July 17, 2017 to keep your travel plans fresh.