Four Vegan Restaurants to Visit in Tokyo
In Japan, vegan restaurants have been increasing over the past few years. Vegan restaurants, which do not use animal products, allow us to enjoy their meals without worrying about the ingredients.
1 AIN SOPH. journey
The next restaurant is "AIN SOPH. journey," a 4-minute walk from Shinjuku Sanchome Station on the Tokyo Metro Line. This restaurant offers a wide variety of vegan food such as curry, paella, gluten-free pasta, and vegan pancakes.
There are also stores in Ginza, Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, and Kyoto. Also,there is an online store by them, so please check it out.
2 Ballon TOKYO
Next up is Ballon TOKYO, a 5-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Nakameguro Station. At this store, you can enjoy 100% vegan falafel and soft serve ice cream, and Ballon TOKYO offers hearty sandwiches made with falafel.
3 Alaska zwei
Alaska zwei, located about an 8-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Ikejiri-Ohashi Station. This vegan café offers dishes, sweets, and café menu, and is well known for its delicious healthy lunch plates.
You can also buy vegan sweets from the online store.
4 mique& maro.
Lastly, we introduce "mique," a vegan café near Okusawa Station, just a 7-minute walk from the station. The theme of this café is "a restaurant that is kind to the earth and the body," and it offers a natural lunch menu and a café menu. The interior is decorated with many artworks, creating a very stylish atmosphere. The gallery-like atmosphere makes it the perfect place to relax.
From Wednesday to Friday, you can enjoy Japanese vegan cuisine, and on Saturdays and Sundays, you can enjoy South Indian cuisine.
Try this app when you look for vegan restaurants.