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Close to Tokyo Station! A Guide to Dining Destinations in Hibiya

Hibiya is not only an easily accessible business district from popular tourist destinations like Tokyo Station, Yurakucho, and Ginza, but is also home to long-established shops and gourmet spots that offer a relaxing dining atmosphere. This article introduces five must-try restaurants located within this area!


PETER is located on the top floor of theluxury hotel known as The Peninsula Tokyo. You can enjoy watching the amazing lush greenery of nearby spots, including Hibiya Park, as you enjoy your meal. At night, the restaurant turns into a space with sophisticated lighting and music. As for the food, you can enjoy fine steaks and seafood dishes, such as grilled scallops and 40-day aged wagyu strip steak.

Price: Around 6,000 JPY for lunch and 15,000 JPY for dinner


The Peninsula Tokyo 24F, 1-8-1 Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

2. Teppanyaki Kamon

Since its opening in 1890 as a state guesthouse, the Imperial Hotel has been known as one of the leading hotels in Japan. Located on the 17th floor of the main building is Kamon, a restaurant that serves up teppanyaki (food grilled on an iron plate). Taste the delights of the sea through their simple yet high-class teppanyaki that fully draws out the deliciousness of the ingredients. For example, they use premium wagyu beef carefully selected by meat experts, as well as the freshest abalone and shrimps for their dishes. Watching the chef cooking your order up close is also enjoyable.

Price: Around 10,000 JPY for lunch and 20,000 JPY for dinner

2. Teppanyaki Kamon

Imperial Hotel Tokyo (Main Building) 17F, 1-1-1 Uchisaiwai-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

3. Shunju

Shunju Tsugihagi is Hibiya's best-kept secret. They get their supply of fresh seafood directly from fishing ports and markets all over Japan, and their beef and pork are selected based on the best brands of the season. Their menu categories aren’t what you’d typically find. You’ll find a variety of their signature dishes – such as sushi, charcoal-grilled foods, and original dishes – on their menu. They are also known for their collection of about 300 wines gathered from all over the world. English menus and English-speaking staff are available.

Price: Around 1,500 JPY for lunch and 8,000 JPY for dinner

3. Shunju

Nippon Life Insurance Company Hibiya Bldg. (Nissay Theatre) B1F, 1-1-1 Yuraku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo


Founded in 1949, HIBIYA SAROH is located within the lush environment of Hibiya Park. Enjoy a wide variety of draft beer from all over the world and delicious meals on their open terrace seating. Try their most popular dish, the Tokyo 36 Rice, which consists of Thai-style basil fried chicken on top of rice. Both their appetizers, such as their homemade sausage platters, and their course meals are well-reputed. English menus available.

Price: Around 800 JPY for lunch and 3,000 JPY for dinner


1-1 Hibiya-koen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

5. SENYA-ICHIYA Ginza Yurakucho Ekimae Branch

This Japanese pub mainly offers seafood cuisine, made using the freshest ingredients around. It is completely made out of private rooms, so diners can enjoy eating in a private environment. All of their dishes go well with alcoholic drinks, such as fresh sashimi platters, carpaccio, and fish steaks. They offer a wide variety of Japanese sake from breweries all over the country. They have English menus and English-speaking staff available.

Price: Around 3,400 JPY for dinner

5. SENYA-ICHIYA Ginza Yurakucho Ekimae Branch

GINZA INZ1 2F, 3-1 Ginza-nishi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

All these restaurants offer superb taste and quality service. Why not drop by after shopping or a stroll around the Imperial Palace?

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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