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Nodaiwa

Japanese

$$$$Perfect For:Classic Establishment

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Nodaiwa is an old-school, traditional Japanese spot known for their delicious unagi (eel). It’s historical, elegant, and on the more expensive side (you’ll need a reservation), but not so extreme that you’ll need to empty your bank account for a meal here. It’s also located right near Tokyo Tower, so make it a point to catch a 360-degree view of the city before or after a meal here.

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