July 2013 reported food is all vegan. Selection changes daily and seasonally and always includes vegan versions of Japanese fare like karaage, hamburg, tonkatsu, potato croquette, curry rice, and salad. Has vegan desserts, at least one raw dessert, and smoothies. Last order is one hour before closing. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan, Organic, Japanese, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Delivery
Yutenji 1-1-1, Meguro-ku (Yamate Street)
Tokyo, Japan 153-0052

Open Mon-Fri 11:30am-9pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am-8pm.

  • Cash only


First Review by mittenko
Raw tokyo
Raw tokyo
  • raw

Worth the trip

5 Posted on 08 / 16 / 2014

While Ebisu is not on the destination list for us, the Rainbow Bird Rendezvous has changed that. The staff is very friendly, and they do have someone who speaks English. The food was great! The plate had several items, all with different flavours and textures, which made for a great meal. This is from a non vegan eating reviewer. Put this one on your list to check out while in Tokyo.

  • vegetarian

Good food at RBR

4 Posted on 06 / 28 / 2014

While walking around starving and staring at various pictures and wax sculptures of the food on offer at all the near by restaurants, we happily chanced upon Rainbow Bird Rendezvous at the end of the road (near the train tracks). With a sign outside stating 100% vegan.
On offer were various meat substitute meals, accompanied by salad, pickles and miso soup.
All were quite good, the meat substitute thing (how descriptive of me) tasted fantastic and was very reasonably priced.
The owner also speaks fluent English, which is nice if you're hopeless like I am, and can not speak or understand any japanese.

Pros: English speaking staff, healthy and vegan, Cool area


  • mostly-vegetarian

Favourite local

5 Posted on 11 / 29 / 2013

I'm really glad that this place is close to our home, a cozy little cafe/restaurant, with a small selection of meals, but with heaps of smoothies, cakes and other products to buy.

Menu changes daily(?), although there are some items that stay on constant.
A dish costs around ¥1,000, which fills you up well, it is delicious, but I'm not a huge fan of their soup :-)

So yeah, get in if you are in the area, or maybe make a trip for it, because it's worth it. It's a bit hipster, but that's something you would expect from a place like this in Japan.
They do take away, delivery and host small parties.

Pros: friendly service, good taste, good price
Cons: the music is a bit annoying sometimes, but no bigg
  • vegan

New favorite restaraunt in Japan!

5 Posted on 07 / 28 / 2010

So glad I stumbled across this place when I lost my way home from Nakameguro! The food here is incredible, and nearly entirely organic. Compared to other Japanese restaurants, the servings are bigger, more diverse, better for you, and tastes amazing! The staff is really friendly as well, and one of the chefs speaks decent English if you need help. I recommend the vegan karaage (balls of fried daizu beans)--it typically comes with brown rice, two sides, miso soup, and a small salad. Oh, and the soy ice cream is not to be missed either! Goes great with their organic coffee.

Pros: delicious, friendly staff, healthy


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Last updated: 2013/07/25


Added: 2010/07/20


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