This Japanese restaurant is located in the Manhattan Hills restaurant area of Odakyu Department Store. As well as special counters for sushi, tempura and teppan steak, there are also private rooms that can cater for groups of between 4 and 30 people.
14th floor, Manhattan Hills, Odakyu Department Store, 1-1-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Haru Chika takes its name from the Odakyu HALC basement. As the name suggests, at levels B3F and MB3F of Odakyu HALC, there are Alice in Wonderland-themed restaurants and beer halls, as well as eight unique restaurants arranged as a collection of food stalls specializing in delicious inexpensive foods such as okonomiyaki and yakitori. This area is especially popular with women and young people.
Odakyu HALC B3F and MB3F, 1-5-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Shinjuku is truly a culinary center. As well as high-class restaurants, it has over 1,000 eating places ranging from tiny shanty-style bars, in Omoide Yokocho near the West Exit and in Golden-gai Street in Kabuki-cho, to large izakaya bars and specialist restaurants serving global cuisines. There are also fresh ingredients as well as luxury Japanese and Western-style confections to be found in the "depa-chika" (the basement floors of department stores where delicatessens are located) at Odakyu Department Store. If you are unsure of what to eat, we strongly recommend the Manhattan Hills restaurant floors, which are located near the top of Odakyu Department Store, where the previously introduced Nadaman Hinkan is also situated.
Horikawa, a long-established Japanese restaurant offering a wide range of Japanese foods, including sushi, teppanyaki and kaiseki, is located in the Hotel Century Southern Tower right next to Shinjuku Station. Enjoy Japanese food with the best of seasonal ingredients.
19th floor, Hotel Century Southern Tower, 2-2-1 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
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