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T.Y. Harbor Brewery

T.Y. Harbor Brewery does a great job with the beers that are brewed on location. A good offering of ales; amber, pale, wheat and stout; these beers are on tap daily and should be sampled. With local Japanese beer and conventional brews as well, beer lovers of any persuasion will be satisfied by the variety and solid flavors on offer here. Scrumptious American delicacies are perfect accompaniments to the brews. There is also a patio overlooking the canal and is a perfect spot to soak in some sun while sipping on cold beer in spring and summer.

Moke's Bread & Breakfast

If you are in the mood for a good ol’ western style breakfast, head to Moke's Bread & Breakfast and get ready to be delighted. Serving up delicious Hawaiian-style pancakes like Lilikoi all day along with a variety of other comfort eats like Fried Potatoes, Cobb Salad, Classic Hamburger, BBQ Spare Ribs and Spicy Chicken, the eatery ensures there is something to suit everyone’s palate. Apart from the regular menu, Moke’s also has various seasonal dishes on offer, depending on the availability of fresh, quality ingredients.

Muroi

Muroi is notoriously difficult to get a table at; it doesn't help that it was awarded a Michelin star in 2008 and 2009. Muroi was rewarded for its experimental vegetarian cooking and its creative use of locally gathered organic products. Most famously, the chef, Mr. Muroi, goes weekly to a plateau at the foot of Mt. Fuji and gathers many varieties of wild mushrooms. The sansai - mountain vegetable - menu is guaranteed to challenge your tastebuds. Book well in advance.

Rei

The chef, Keishi Yamada, is a famous Japanese chef with a highly tuned aesthetic; something which he inevitably applies to his cooking. For Yamada, food and art are inseparable. At Rei, you will find extremely fresh seasonal vegetables paired with perfectly prepared sashimi. The restaurant itself is gorgeous; the elaborately carved pine ceiling spirals above a cleanly square setting. With so much to offer, this charming restaurant will not fail to impress you.

Sushi Sho

Celebrated sushi chef, Keiji Nakazawa, has many years of experience under his belt and his version of sushi is definitely one to seek out in Tokyo. His nigiri sushi is fresh and inventive; the restaurant is in high demand and he serves lunch until he literally runs out. It is also a great place to test out sake, as Nakasawa is a sake specialist and a lot of thought has gone into his sake/sushi pairings. His vision is also reflected in the traditional, quaint Japanese setting, making it an ideal place to enjoy a sumptuous meal. Be sure to get there early or book ahead. The restaurant is closed on Sundays.

Takahashi

Takahashi only recently opened but it was to great buzz, as it was helmed by Yuji Takahashi, a well-respected French-trained chef. He has chosen a rather different path at his new restaurant; it's a yakitoriya. Yakitoriyas specialize in skewering and roasting pieces of chicken, taken from anywhere on the bird. Takahashi uses a special breed of organically raised fighting cocks, whose deep, gamey flavor caught the attention of Michelin judges in 2010. As is typical of a French-disciplined chef, a quality, extensive wine list is available. The restaurant is closed the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month.

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