The Best Places to Eat Like a Local in Tokyo

Look past the city’s Michelin-starred restaurants to discover an underworld of incredible cuisine.

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Japan may have the highest concentration of Michelin stars in the world, but visitors don't need to seek out those white tablecloth restaurants to taste the city’s best food. From train station sushi to a speakeasy-style izakaya to hotel power breakfasts and more, do as the Japanese salary men do and veer off the heavily touristed path for these 10 truly sublime dining experiences.