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added on : October 24, 2022
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For a sprawling metropolis, Tokyo is home to a surprising amount of greenery, including farmland. In fact, Tokyo's locally produced food is just as delicious as produce grown and raised in the countryside. Enjoy dining on local wagyu beef, vegetables and fruit at restaurants and cafes focused on sustainability.
Brightly colored locally grown ingredients are the stars at this newly reopened cafe surrounded by Ueno Park’s leafy forest. All-day menus provide a delicious entry into the city’s local food scene. Enjoy fragrant herbal teas made with herbs grown at Tokyo farms as well as desserts, salads, pasta, rice dishes and more.
In addition to tasty treats, the cafe boasts warm wooden architecture and a terrace—dogs OK—to provide respite from the bustle of downtown.
You know Kobe Beef, but do you know Akikawa Beef? This original Japanese Black wagyu is the only branded beef in Tokyo and is the base for Keyakizaka Beef, an original beef raised with superfood-containing feed and served at Keyakizaka.
Keyakizaka, in Tokyo’s ritzy Roppongi neighborhood, prides itself on creating original dishes made using locally grown and raised food. You’ll be served a variety of seasonal vegetables, farm-raised meat and seafood, seared teppanyaki-style right before your eyes.
|Address||8-4 Ueno Koen, Taito City, Tokyo|
|Address||4F Grand Hyatt Tokyo, 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo|
For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.