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10 Restaurants Serving Mountain-Sized Portions

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5. Tachigui Midori

You don’t always have to break the bank when you’re filling your stomach, and at this fantastic sushi restaurant, one tuna nigiri will cost you just ¥50 (US$0.45), so you can load up on sushi until you're bursting at the seams!

Address: (Inside Echika Ikebukuro) 3-28-14 Nishi-Ikeburkuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

4. Tori-En

When a restaurant names its bowl of roast beef after Mount Fuji, you’d better believe it’s going to be an impressive sight. The best part of this restaurant might be that the Fuji-san is available at lunch time, so you can start your feast at noon when they open.

Address: 1-2-4 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

3. Roast Beef Kitchen

You won’t find as much per bowl at this restaurant compared to Tori-en, but you can’t ignore taste when it comes to a fabulous meal. While Roast Beef Kitchen doesn’t get our volume award, it certainly qualifies in the taste category.

Address: Ichikawa Building 1st Floor, 4-30-15 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

2. Gotsubo

You won’t find a lot of space to eat at Gotsubo, but they make up for the tiny eating area with a triple serving of katsu (breaded and fried cutlets)! You’ll definitely get your fill here, even if it means standing up while you dine.

Address: 1-13-2 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

1. Miura Misakiko

If you ever thought the flavor of your gunkan maki ("battleship" sushi that holds toppings on the rice with a seaweed wrapping) was overpowered by the taste of seaweed, then you have to visit Miura Misakiko. Here we found the largest offering of toppings on a gunkan maki that we’d ever seen. You definitely won’t be disappointed here.

Address: 6-12-14 Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo

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