Top 9 Indian Restaurants In Tokyo, Japan

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One of the most heavily populated cities in Japan and officially its capital, Tokyo is a fascinating wonderland where tradition and 21st-century technological advancement converge. The city showcases a modern facade characterized by skyscrapers and lights that dominate the busy skyline. Don’t be fooled, as this place has more to offer than just upscale attractions. It has a plethora of marvelous temples and shrines that tourists are drawn to. Also, who isn’t familiar with anime? This is a paradise for anime fans and comic book lovers. Additionally, Tokyo will treat you to a diverse set of palatable cuisines. One of them is the flavorful and savory Indian food. If you are a hardcore foodie and you have a soft spot for Asian cuisine, here is a list of the top Indian restaurants in Tokyo, Japan that you might want to check out.

1. Dhaba India

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After hours of sightseeing and city walks, you might want to treat yourself to a sumptuous meal that will recharge you and, at the same time, make your tummy and heart satisfied. If you like the idea, swing by Dhaba India in Yaesu and make your inner foodie cry happy tears. This fantastic Indian restaurant showcases a fascinating interior design - its walls are mostly pastel and the furniture has rustic accents. Aside from the aesthetic, this eatery is popular for its palatable and traditional Indian eats, especially its variety of dosa.

Dhaba India

Address: 2-7-9 Yaesu | Sagami Bld 1F, Yaesu, Chuo 104-0028, Tokyo Prefecture

Website: Dhaba India

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 11:15am - 3pm, 5pm - 11pm; Sat - Sun: 12pm - 3pm, 5pm - 10pm

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2. Erick South

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While in the bustling district of Yaesu, you might want to make the most of your Indian food crawl. If so, you are lucky, as this side of Tokyo has a number of excellent Indian restaurants. One of them is Erick South. This charming dining spot might be small in space, but its delicious Indian specialties are incomparable. Plus, the food in this lovely little restaurant is made from the freshest ingredients, and it is served in generous portions. To top it all off, it is within walking distance from JR Tokyo Station.

Erick South

Address: Yaesu Shopping Mall, 2 Chome-1 Yaesu, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0028, Japan

Website: Erick South

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 11am - 10pm; Sat - Sun: 11am - 9:30pm

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3. Annam Kitchen

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A restaurant for all types of customers, Annam Kitchen is a wonderful dining spot located in Ginza that can cater to everyone’s palates. It serves mouthwatering Indian fares that are guaranteed halal-certified. Plus, its extensive menu is divided into categories: vegan and non-vegan. Aside from the food, Annam offers a complete dining experience that can be enjoyed inside the cozy restaurant, complete with a homey ambiance and traditional Indian accents. While here, you might want to try some of their bestsellers, including tandoori, tika, curries, and more.

Annam Kitchen

Address: 8-10-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Ginza 8-chome Building 10 B1F

Website: Annam Kitchen

Opening hours: 11am - 12am (daily)

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4. Priya

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Can’t seem to satisfy your craving for Indian food? The next best thing is to try the food and experience the cozy vibes at Priya. Nestled in Shibuya City, this place boasts upscale interior design with an impressively sleek table setting. Plus, the presence of natural light adds a relaxed vibe to the place. This establishment serves the best offerings from North India, and each bite will remind you of your last vacation to this stunning Asian country. Pro tip: you might want to indulge in their curries, including lamb curry, chicken curry, and vegetable curry.


Address: Hongoku Bldg. 3F, 5-2-25, Hiroo, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 150-0012

Website: Priya

Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (daily)

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5. Andhra Dining Ginza

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Another excellent dining spot in Ginza that will provide you with delicious Indian food is Andhra Dining Ginza. This fantastic Indian restaurant features an elegant setting with an open kitchen. This allows customers to see the chefs create their specialty dishes. Its well-spaced table setting and cool and airy ambiance will allow you to enjoy your dining experience even more. To top it all off, the food is not only delicious but it is also served in an aesthetically pleasing way that will surely make it on your Instagram page.

Andhra Dining Ginza

Address: 1-8-2 Ginza | Primie Building 2F, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture

Website: Andhra Dining Ginza

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 11:30am - 3pm, 5pm - 10:30pm; Sat - Sun: 11:30am - 3pm, 5pm - 9:30pm

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6. Moti

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If you decide to go on a culinary adventure of exquisite Indian eats while in Tokyo, add Moti to your long list of restaurants to visit. This is located in Minato City, where lots of retail stores, souvenir shops, and other restaurants are also situated. As you enter the place, you will be impressed by the well-curated furnishings that reflect the lifestyle of royalty in India. Plus, the food is cooked to fit the meticulous tastes of royals. What’s more interesting about Moti is that their chefs utilize 40 herbs and spices that are traditional to Indian cuisine. Plus, they have a wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to pair with your sumptuous food.


Address: 2-14-31 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture

Website: Moti

Opening hours: 11am - 10pm

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7. Downtown B's Indian Kitchen

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Situated in the vibrant side of Tokyo that calls itself the City of Joy, Downtown B’s Indian Kitchen is an excellent stop after strolling through the streets of Minato City and getting immersed in Tokyo’s fascinating culture. Open daily, this superb Indian restaurant is ready to provide you with the authentic taste of India any day of the week. It might be small in size, but the creativity and character of Indian culture mixed with Japanese influences are showcased here. Whether you are in the mood for some dosa, kebab, tandoori, or tikka, this place has you covered.

Downtown B's Indian Kitchen

Address: 3-4-2 Roppongi , Copu-Nomura-Roppongi, 1 Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Website: Downtown B’s Indian Kitchen

Opening hours: 11am - 11:30pm (daily)

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8. Ginza Nair's Restaurant

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Another excellent dining spot in Ginza that is surely worth a try is Ginza Nair’s Restaurant. This lovely eatery is perfect for all types of occasions: a family dinner, a get-together with friends, or a romantic date. Its tastefully curated decor, pink walls, and vintage seats are a sight for sore eyes. You will definitely enjoy every bite of your food here. For your guidance, this restaurant is extra popular for its chicken tikka masala - be sure to try it!

Ginza Nair's Restaurant

Address: 4-10-7 Ginza, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture

Website: Ginza Nair’s Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon, Wed - Sat: 11:30am -9:30pm; Sun: 11:30am - 8:30am (closed on Tue)

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9. Halima Kebab Biryani

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Been thinking of sumptuous biryani all day long? Give in to your cravings and start driving to Halima Kebab Biryani in Taito City. From the name of the restaurant, you can tell that it serves palatable biryanis and kebabs that will make you forget all your problems after a few bites. Aside from these two, this eatery has a lot more Indian offerings that you can choose from, all categorized in their extensive menu. Plus, they have a drink-all-you-can promo that allows customers to sample all the wine, cocktails, and other alcoholic beverages they want to try.

Halima Kebab Biryani

Address: 3 Chome-36-7 Higashiueno, Taito City, Tokyo 110-0015, Japan

Opening hours: 11am - 3:30pm, 5pm - 10:30pm (daily)

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Fall in love with Tokyo's exceptional Indian restaurants

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Tokyo is a stunning city in Japan that is surely listed in every traveler’s bucket list. It has lots to offer, from its rich culture, upscale attractions, and exquisite culinary specialties. If you are the type of tourist who prioritizes a culinary adventure over sightseeing and shopping, this article will help you plan an exciting food crawl that will make your trip even more memorable. Use this list of top Indian restaurants in Tokyo, Japan as your guide in organizing a Tokyo food trip itinerary.

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