See all of what Japan Village has to offer in terms of Eating and Drinking below!
Collectively, these establishments present a diverse array of Japanese culinary experiences, spanning from classic to contemporary, satisfying a wide range of preferences amidst the ambiance of a Japanese village.
A Japanese supermarket offering a wide range of authentic Japanese ingredients, fresh produce, snacks, pre-packaged meals, and a variety of condiments and sauces. You can find staples for Japanese home cooking here.
Kuraichi specializes in selling various types of Japanese alcoholic beverages, including sake, shochu, whisky, beer, and more. It might also offer unique or seasonal selections.
For all things Japanese Spiritis.
WAKUWAKU, an izakaya or traditional Japanese gastropub that serves a variety of small, flavorful dishes meant to accompany alcoholic drinks. WAKUWAKU offers a selection of grilled skewers (yakitori), sashimi, tempura, and more.
A cocktail bar that specializes in artisanal, hand-crafted cocktails. Oldies offers a fusion of traditional and modern cocktail creations using unique ingredients and techniques.
The café known for its selection of Japanese-style pastries, cakes, and quality coffee. You'll find various types of matcha-flavored desserts or traditional Japanese sweets alongside coffee or tea.
Specializes in onigiri (rice balls) filled with various ingredients like pickled plums, salmon, and more, alongside traditional miso soup. A quick-stop eatery for a light, savory meal.
Known for its authentic and flavorful Japanese ramen, Ramen Setagaya offers different types of broth like tonkotsu, shoyu, or miso, along with various toppings such as chashu pork, egg, and vegetables.
Gohei specializes in serving traditional Japanese udon and soba noodles. The menu may feature different broth bases, tempura toppings, and various noodle combinations.
Hachi is an eatery offering classic street food. Takoyaki, a ball-shaped snack with diced octopus, and taiyaki, a fish-shaped cake usually filled with sweet red bean paste, are specialties here. Also try our Yakisoba and Okonomiyaki dishes.
Moriya offers joy in comforting rice bowls (donburi) topped with various ingredients like beef, chicken, or vegetables, as well as Japanese curry, known for its rich, slightly sweet flavor.