Tokyo, Japan Vegan Friendly Restaurants

Top 10 Vegan / Vegetarian Restaurants

Whether you're vegetarian, vegan, or just searching for plant-based dining options, it's nice to have personal recommendations. That's why HappyCow has created this list, featuring the ten best vegan restaurants in Tokyo, as determined by the highest scores calculated from HappyCow community member reviews.

Even curious carnivores should agree that the tasty vegan options available at these restaurants would please even the most discerning palate. From breakfast to brunch, dinner to late-night snacking, and every meat-free meal in-between, we're sure that you'll find the very best veggie dining experiences using our Top 10 list as your guide.
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1F in JR Tokyo Station, Marunouchi 1-9-1, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, Japanese

A branch of T's Restaurant with signature dish tantan ramen. Serves also salads and a few other mains options. Limited menu mornings, full menu from 11am, last order 10:30pm. Located inside Tokyo Station so you must be taking a train or you must buy a platform ticket. On the first floor station. If coming from Keiyo line, move in the direction of JR Chuo line and you will reach a lighted sign "Keiyo Street" on the right. It's the 1st shop on the left at a corner. If coming from other lines, move in the direction of Keiyo line. You'll pass souvenir shops on the right. Once you see "Book Express" on the left, you will find the shop, the last shop at the corner on your right.

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〒111-0033 東京都台東区花川戸1-8-11, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, Bakery, French

A small, French style cafe that serves a chef's plate for 1000 yen. Power outlets and English menu available; chef speaks fair English. Decorated with scented wood and small, rare objects. Est. May 2016. Note: In Japan kitchens often stop serving 30-60 minutes before closing time. Call ahead to confirm.

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Shinjuku-ku Kabuki-cho 2-46-8 Nissho Building 1F, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, International, Japanese, Organic, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Take-out, French, Fusion

The fourth branch of Ain Soph, this one opened 2015 and is cafe style and more casual. Location is in Kabukicho/Shinjuku near Seibu Shinjuku station North exit. Serves plant-based fusion cuisine with items like veggie burgers, burritos, salad bowls, and French toast. Has English menu. Credit cards accepted with minimum charge requirement.

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Ryusenji 1-2-11, Irya (at Taito-ku), Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, Japanese

Multi-course meals and lunch bento box. Buddhist. Reservations required. Note: In Japan kitchens often stop serving 30-60 minutes before closing time. Call ahead to confirm.

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2-6-16 Uehara, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, International, Organic, Catering, Fusion

Two-time award winning restaurant in a residential area near Yoyogi Park, offering creative plant-based cuisine in a luxurious setting. The exquisitely arranged dishes are infused with an intricate mixture of flavors, created through the use of herbs and spices which complement each other. Soft lighting, soothing music, fresh flowers and abstract art combine to create an elegant atmosphere. The 8-course dinner features palate cleansers and naturally sweetened fruit and vegetable based desserts. Wine list includes vegan wines. Private party for max. 12 guests can be accommodated. Since 2015.

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5-10-17 2F Minami Aoyama, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, Italian, Organic, Western, Mediterranean, Beer/Wine, Take-out

Restaurant 8ablish was founded in 2015 by Purecafe, which also operates the other 8ablish branches in Tokyo. Serves Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, organic drinks. Sells vegan ice cream takeaway. Has English menu. Short walk from Omotesando station Exit B1. Note: In Japan kitchens often stop serving 30-60 minutes before closing time. Call ahead to confirm.

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1-11-1 Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku, Sangenjaya, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, Japanese, Macrobiotic, Organic, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Hawaiian

Hawaiian-themed, Japanese and English menu. Has tofu-chicken, curry, brown rice, tea selection. A 10-minute walk from Sangenjaya station or Ikejiri-Ohashi station. Note: In Japan kitchens often stop serving 30-60 minutes before closing time. Call ahead to confirm.

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Iwamoto Bldg. 3F, 1-22-7 Jinnan, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Take-out

Est. 2015 a branch of Nataraj Indian Vegetarian restaurant group, situated just north of Shinbuya station at 東京都渋谷区神南1-22-7岩本ビル3F. Offers mostly vegan food and items using dairy are labeled so. Uses some soy meat products in the dishes, no egg. Features daily lunch buffet until 3pm. Last dinner order is 10:30pm. English menu and power outlets at some seats. Accepts credit card with minimum 1000 yen purchase. Japanese name ミラン・ナタラジ渋谷店.

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Nakameguro, 3 Chome-2, Komazawa Dori, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, Mediterranean, Fast food, Take-out, Middle Eastern

Offers a falafel sandwich with kinds of vegetables and a soft vegan ice cream. Est. 2017 a 5-minute walk from Nakameguro station.

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3F Visioncenter Asakusa, Hanakawado 1-9-1 Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan



Cuisine: Vegan, Japanese, Organic, Buffet, Salad bar, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Asian

Organic restaurant and drinks bar near Sensoji Temple by metro Tobu station, access from Asakusa station (Tobu Sky Tree), Ginza line. Uses fresh vegetables, beans, grains, and nuts. Menu is offered in Japanese and English with pictures. There are set dinner and lunch selections, and a la carte options, offered in half or full sizes. Last orders 2pm and 7pm.

So, there you have it - our list of the very best vegan food that Tokyo has to offer. We hope that you enjoy your dining experience.

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