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Japanese food/drinks in Japan at Tokyo’s Nishiki

At Nishiki, you can eat sushi (raw seafood with rice), kaiseki cuisine, pork, duck… and drink beer, saké… The Japanese food and drinks are excellent and the menu is reasonably priced: 1.230 yens for a sushi lunch, 950 yens for duck at dinner time, 3.900 yens for a seasonal meal, 610 yens for a beer… Great for travellers on a gourmet tour of Tokyo!
Sushi set at Nishiki (Chiyoda ward, Tokyo, Japan).

Nishiki is open from 11:30 to 14:00 then from 17:30 to 21:00 from Monday to Saturday. Some staff speaks English; call 03-3292-3960 to make a reservation at this Japanese restaurant or ask the Japanese staff of your hotel to reserve for you. On the first floor of the Gakushi-kaikan hotel between Jimbocho subway station and Takebashi subway station, Nishiki is marked “1” on Yes in Japan‘s best map of Tokyo Chiyoda published for autumn & winter 2014.

Conveniently, you can pay your meal at Nishiki by credit card (not so common in Japan). Enjoy!

Jimbocho/Takebashi area in Tokyo: Japanese paper, prints, paintings, sushi…

Exciting Japanese art and culture in Tokyo near Jimbocho and Takebashi subway stations! Traditional paper, prints and paintings, artworks from diverse artists, an imperial spot for green tourism, and delicious raw fish! In autumn and winter 2014, Yes in Japan‘s travel manager recommends you:

Sumi-e painting at Toyokuni Atelier Studio (Chiyoda ward, Tokyo, Japan).

Visit these unique shops and cultural spots if you study/work in Jimbocho, stay at a hotel in Chiyoda ward, attend a tournament at the nearby Martial Arts Hall of Japan or go to Yasukuni Shrine!

Chiyoda map for autumn 2014: Tourism, shopping, discounts, English menus…?

The Yes in Japan team met tonight at Travel Stand Japan to draft its free brochure about Tokyo’s Chiyoda ward for autumn 2014. 25% bigger than in summer and more useful for tourism, its map should cover most of the north of Chiyoda ward: Yasukuni shrine west, Imperial garden south, Akihabara east, and Tokyo Dome city north. Highlighting the Book Town and Electric Town, it should indicate the location of subway/train stations: Akihabara, Awajicho, Iidabashi, Jimbocho, Kanda, Kudanshita, Ochanomizu, Ogawamachi, Shin-ochanomizu, Suidobashi and Takebashi.

This second map should inform about:

  • More bars, coffee shops and restaurants (especially more diverse Japanese food). We are preparing English menus for some partners 🙂
  • More souvenir/gift shops and specialist stores for shopping.
  • Prices, discounts, offers, and possibility to pay by credit card.
  • Activities, experiences and tours.
  • Christian churches, Shinto shrines, museums, places for money exchange…
  • Events such as festivals and martial arts tournaments in October, November and December 2014.

Download our online map of Chiyoda and tell us if a special place is missing… then use our latest version when you visit Japan 🙂
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