Best Places To Eat Out In Tokyo

Visiting Tokyo in 2019 and want to know the best places to eat out? If you’re a food lover and want to try the incredible foods Tokyo here are our top picks:

Robot Restaurant

Robot Restaurant is a cool place to hang out on. With its flashy neon lights and a robot show while dining, what else can you ask for? This restaurant totally stands out among all the other restaurants you will find on earth. It is located in Shinjuku area, which is the biggest red light district in Tokyo. When you choose to eat in Robot Restaurant, better book your reservations in advance and you may even get a discount too.

Owl Café

This café is the first of its kind just like Robot Restaurant, although in this café you will mostly be interacting with owls and not robots. It is actually rare to see owls in real life, but in Owl Café, you will not just see them, but you can even touch them. You can take pictures together and share precious moments of your stay with the owls in the café located in the heart of Tokyo.

Izakaya Alleys

If you want a unique booze experience, visit Izakaya alleys (Yokocho). Izakaya is mostly popular among salaryman and locals to spend in right after work. The alleys are old fashioned, smokey narrow clammed together by small Izakaya. Some of Izakaya is very tiny with just a couple of seats. Try one of these Japanese style bars/gastropubs where you will be served with a glass of Sake and authentic Japanese snacks.

Things To Do in San Francisco

San Francisco offers a lot of attractions, but they are quite spread out and often require significant travel time, due to the limited subway system and heavy traffic.

We’ve gathered some key things to do in San Francisco to help you plan ahead and make the most of your time so you can see as much of this beautiful city as possible!

The Golden Gate Bridge

One of the most well-known landmarks in San Francisco is the Golden Gate Bridge, which you can walk across to get to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. This waterfront promenade offers excellent views of the bridge and a Walt Disney museum. There is limited parking near the bridge, so public buses which run regularly from the city are recommended.

Crissy Field

From the Golden Gate Bridge you can head to Crissy Field, which features a beautiful beach, restaurants, parks, and some amazing views of the harbor.

The Palace of Fine Arts

The outdoor rotunda and lagoon at The Palace of Fine Arts are some of San Francisco’s most photographed areas. This is a great spot to enjoy a picnic, and you can also play giant Jenga, ping pong, and more here.


Highly recommended is a visit to the island of Alcatraz, formerly the home of some of the worst criminals in America. Book the ferry to the island and take part in one of the guided walking tours of the jail, while enjoying views of the city.

Fisherman’s Wharf

Fisherman’s Wharf runs along the waterfront and is one of the most popular things to do for tourists. The wharf has loads of street performers, shops and restaurants, however they are very expensive, so keep that in mind. The best eats are back in the city, especially the vegan Mexican burritos – they will blow your mind!

Cable Cars

More for the experience as opposed to a form of transport, you have to ride the iconic cable cars while you tour around the city and neighborhoods of San Francisco. They are also a handy way to get up and down those steep hills. A ticket will set you back around $7USD, but the City Pass public transport cards does include the cable cars.

Planning ahead with your transport is key to getting as much out of your trip to San Francisco as possible, so be sure to do a lot of research before you travel.