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Tokyo Vegan Travel Food Guide 2017

Tokyo's modern atmosphere and vibe attracts millions of tourists each year.
Tokyo’s modern atmosphere and vibe attract millions of tourists each year.

Planning a vegan trip to Tokyo this year? You’re probably worrying about the vegan options and what you’re going to eat the entire time. Well, while they may not offer as many vegan options as Taiwan’s capital, Tokyo still has enough vegan options at restaurants to satisfy your needs. There are so many things to see and so many dishes to try that you’ll find yourself immersing into the Japanese culture in no time.

Here are our top restaurant picks for our Tokyo Vegan Travel Food Guide 2017:

1. Ain Soph.Ginza

Looking for a Japanese fusion? Head on over to Ain Soph’s first location, located in Ginza, where Japanese and French dishes are fused together to create bold and unique flavours – and not to mention irresistibly plated presentations.

Hours: Open everyday: 11:30 am to 10:00 pm.
Address: 4 Chrome-12-1 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0061
Website: Ain Soph.

Important Information:
– Restaurants in Japan often stop serving food 30-60 minutes before closing time. Ain Soph.Ginza, in particular, take their last order at 9:00 pm.
– Credit cards are accepted at this restaurant.
– The food is slightly on the expensive side.

2. Sushi

If you’re looking for an authentic sushi experience in Tokyo where you can have all-you-can-eat avocado and cucumber rolls, then there are many other sushi restaurants around the city that serve filling vegetable rolls suitable for the vegan diet. We do not recommend Sushi Sora as their veggie options come in tasting sizes. While they may offer one of the best culinary experiences in Tokyo, vegans won’t be able to feast on many filling meals.

However, many other high-end sushi bars happily serve vegetable rolls. You never know if you’ll find a hidden gem while walking down the streets of this vibrant city.



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