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What to Eat in Odaiba

Odaiba might not be the first idea for food in eastern Tokyo. Located near the famous Tsukiji fish market and not far from Asakusa, Odaiba is known more for modern entertainment and shopping than for its cuisine. However, Odaiba is loaded with plenty of gourmet and affordable options. Ranging from breakfast to after-dinner drinks, Odaiba can be considered the newest spot for dining on the east side.

What to Eat in Odaiba

CONTENTS

  • Kua’aina Burger

  • Eggs ‘n Things

  • Takoyaki Museum

  • Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai

  • DiverCity Food Court

  • Kua’aina Burger

    Kua’aina Burger

    Kua’aina Burger

    Originally a popular hamburger eatery in Hawaii, Kua’aina Burger has spread to Japan with over 20 locations. The Odaiba location is one of the most popular, with the decor resembling the classic and humble Hawaiian restaurants. Large, American-style burgers are the specialty here, with original Hawaiian-style recipes. Sandwiches are also available in the same Hawaiian style. Counter seating along the window provides ample views of the Tokyo Bay and some of Odaiba’s main attractions, like the Rainbow Bridge. The restaurant is the perfect affordable spot for lunch, with most meals under 1,500 yen. Don’t forget to pair your burger with some American-imported beer.

  • Eggs ‘n Things

    Eggs ‘n Things

    Eggs ‘n Things

    Another popular Hawaiian import is the all day breakfast restaurant, Eggs ‘n Things. The Odaiba branch has spacious couches and booth seating making it a perfect location for a brunch break for families with small children, as well as tables overlooking Tokyo Bay for couples. Due to this, the location is popular especially on weekends, but compared to other locations in Tokyo (especially Harajuku), the wait is not as long. Favourites include the pancakes with strawberries and whipped cream, and eggs benedict with smoked salmon and avocado.

    Eggs’n Things Odaiba
    Address
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-7-1 Aqua City Odaiba 3F
    Phone
    0364571478
  • Takoyaki Museum

    Takoyaki Museum

    Takoyaki Museum

    Takoyaki Museum

    Takoyaki Museum

    This is less of a museum and more of a food emporium dedicated to the art of the octopus ball. Visitors can choose among five stalls, each serving a different flavor and style of takoyaki. The space is large with ample seating, perfect for big groups sharing lunch. Some of the most famous takoyaki is served here, including the Osaka-based Aiduya, creator of takoyaki, and 18ban, with its odd but delicious cherry-blossom-shaped takoyaki. The museum also has a gift shop where visitors can purchase a variety of takoyaki-themed souvenirs such as takoyaki cookers and toys.

    Odaiba Takoyaki Museum
    Address
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Dex Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall 4F
    Phone
    0335996500
  • Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai

    Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai

    Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai

    Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai

    Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai

    Not into takoyaki? Tokyo Ramen Kokugikan Mai houses six mini versions of some of Japan’s most famous ramen shops. Taste the different regions, from Kanazawa’s pork-heavy soup to Sapporo’s classic miso. Kokugikan Mai is less of a food court and more of a ramen street, so diners choose one restaurant and stick to it. Each bowl of ramen was specially made for the shop but still represents the classic flavors of the region. Each restaurant is wildly unique, and no noodles or soup are similar. The goal of Kokugikan Mai is to introduce the wide variety of ramen to foreign visitors. Through the six mini restaurants and their delicious offerings, it won’t be hard to spread the deliciousness of ramen.

    Tokyo Ramen kokugikan mai
    Address
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-7-1 Aqua City Odaiba 5F
    Phone
    0335994700
  • DiverCity Food Court

    DiverCity Food Court

    DiverCity Food Court

    Spent the day shopping in DiverCity, and you’re too exhausted to venture outside? Reenergize with some of the tasty offerings in this convenient food court. Unlike most mall food courts, DiverCity offers some of Tokyo’s and Japan’s finest restaurants in a smaller size. Share a plate of gyoza and fried rice from Akasaka Chibisuke, or tuck into a crispy chicken katsu from Kimukatsu. Can’t make it to the Takoyaki Museum or Kokugikan Mai? Try some takoyaki from the very popular Tsukiji Gindako or the rich broth of tonkotsu ramen from Hakata Nagahama. The seating is communal so diners can share their meals with friends and family.

    Taimeiken
    Address
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-1-10 Diversity Tokyo Plaza 2F Food Court
    Phone
    0364571516
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