4-4-13 Shiba Koen
At the foot of Tokyo Tower, you can enjoy a full course tofu meal while gazing at a gorgeous Japanese garden. The tofu served at this restaurant is made in Hachioji, using exquisite water. They also serve a comprehensive selection of sakes that pair nicely with your meal.
A small restaurant that serves superb meals at reasonable prices. If you go there at lunch, you can also order donburi (a bowl of rice with a topping) at an even more reasonable price. Bag a seat at the counter so you can watch the chef at work in the open kitchen.
AT: C ERULEAN TOWER TOKYUHOTEL
There are two restaurants in the Cerulean Tower. The one in the basement occupies a 50-square-metre room that overlooks the Noh theatre. They only accept groups of two to sixteen people every evening (two groups for lunch). The other one, Kanetanaka-so, is on the second floor, and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
This restaurant used to be a salon for authors during the Showa Period. On the ground floor, they serve teppanyaki. Sukiyaki (beef and vegetables cooked in soy sauce, sake, and sugar), shabu shabu (thinly-sliced beef and vegetables boiled in water) and other Japanese dishes are served upstairs.
A quiet and cosy restaurant on a back street in this busy area. It may also be the perfect place to celebrate your anniversary as the price/quality ratio of their meals is outstanding. They also have an à la carte menu (a-ra-ka-ru-to in Japanese) that changes every month.