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Where to find Vegetarian Japanese food in Tokyo

Unlike some of you may believe, for centuries Japan has been a hub of vegetarian food serving you delicious food options!

Updated: 16 December 2019

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Tokyo is the world’s most populous city where people from different cultures live together in harmony. With such diversity, this city lives up to everyone’s culinary expectations by covering almost all cuisines and dietary needs.

1. Saido

Saido is a Japanese word meaning “vegetable street”. It lies in the residential district of Jiyugaoka surrounded a lush green garden. A woman greets you at its main door and explains the whole menu. Their secluded Japanese food tastes exquisite.

Choose their 3-course meal comprising of a unique salad that emits smoke when opened. The fresh veggies with yummy dressing give you a mouth bursting flavoursome experience!

2. T’s TanTan

If you are looking for scrumptious Japanese vegan noodles, then look no further and head over to Keiyo Street Shopping Arcade T’s TanTan. This simple looking place is hidden among many restaurants but still stands out for its tangy menu that has expanded a lot ever since its opening.

Their signature ramen noodles are offered in a variety of different flavours. Dandanmen which is a broth of noodles seasoned with sesame and peanut oil is their hot seller. You can pick your favourite toppings as well!

3. Nagi Shokudo

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In the busy Shibuya District, Nagi Shokudo is a thimble-sized café that can accommodate only 20 people at once. This unadorned eatery lets the food speak for itself. Their attentive staff and peaceful ambience are perfect to make you unwind during lunch breaks.

Everything they serve is vegan. If their menu confuses you opt for their single-persons-dish where they present you with small portions of every dish handpicked by the incredible chef!

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4. Bon

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Bon– A plush vegetarian restaurant popular for its gastronomic feels and beautiful presentation of meals. Their comprehensive Japanese menu is based on ancestral Shojin Ryori Cuisine which has a history of vegetarianism. Find it nuzzled in the Taito City.

Dine-in here with your loved ones. Bring in a carnivore friend and you will be astonished to see him or her munching down every dish with the same enthusiasm. If you prefer privacy sit in their tatami room and savour this tranquil ambience. Order their moon party. These are pumpkin dumplings with white shiitake mushrooms – Yum!

These gems of Tokyo will not disappoint anyone looking for belly-filling vegetarian meals!

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