Top 5 Izakaya In Tokyo: Best of the Best

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The top 5 izakaya In Tokyo are all special and therefore not ranked, any one could be number one! If you live in Tokyo or plan on visiting, these spots are essential. They are very popular with locals. Be prepared to wait outside a little while, but that is why you bring good company along. Waiting in line outside a popular establishment is basically a Tokyo tradition. Join the party!

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Shutoan 酒徒庵(しゅとあん)

Considered the top izakaya by most Tokyo rankings, Shutoan’s highlights are a ridiculously good sake selection and amazing raw oysters. Those two things go so well together. Quality ingredients that are prepared with care and skill make this a top 5 izakaya in Tokyo.
Address: Tokyo, Shinjuku-ku, Yotsuya 3-11 second KomyoDo building B1F

Kishidaya 岸田屋(きしだや)

Cold sake and hot stew are highly recommended at Kishidaya. The seafood is spectacular at this popular izakaya. Raw fish and succulent crab are also mandatory.
Address: Tokyo , Chuo-ku, Tsukishima 3-15-12

Yorozuya 萬屋 おかげさん(よろずや おかげさん)

The mackerel and octopus are cooked to perfection at Yorozuya. Seasonal dishes abound here, so get the recommendations from staff; you can’t go wrong. Beer and ponzu flavored sides are heavenly.
Address: Tokyo, Shinjuku-ku, Yotsuya 2-10 Matsumoto Museum B1F

Tokudawara 徳多和良(とくだわら)

Fantastic fish dishes are served to patrons at standing tables. No chairs needed here, because the amazing fish keeps you floating and the atmosphere is lively. Such a great spot.
Address: Tokyo Adachi-ku Senju 2-12

Sanchoku-ya 産直屋 たか(さんちょくや たか)

Pure seafood bliss that mixes beautifully with alcoholic beverages. The sea urchin is spectacular at Sanchoku-ya. Fresh ingredients are carefully paired together and the dishes are super classy without being pretentious.
Address: Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Maruyama-cho, 12-2 Lions Mansion Shibuya B1F

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