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10 Best Indian Restaurants in Japan

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What is most exciting about Japan is its food! Thanks to its growing popularity with expats, Japan is now home to many multi-cultural cuisines as well. So if you want eat your local food with a Japanese twist, then you have come to the right place!

10. Nakshatra Restaurant, Yokohama

Want an outing with your family that not only offers perfect food but also the right ambiance? Don’t worry, Nakshatra Restaurant at Yokohama Harbor has you covered. Get a taste of diverse Indian cuisine complete with the finest wines and beverages matched to your food preferences. The chefs are trained and experienced to give you a variety of Indian dishes with a culinary twist.

9. Delhi Dining, Yokohama

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Delhi Dining is one of Japan’s best kept secrets since 2012. Relatively new, this restaurant serves delicious halal dishes in their centrally located restaurant serving the tourists and the local community alike. For its moderate size, the restaurant is designed pleasantly with ethnic and modern style. It is not only perfect for a quiet family dinner but can also be booked for private parties. Their Indian cuisine is rich with flavors and aromatic spices that make it a perfect place for a sumptuous meal.

8. Kerala, Kyoto

This hole-in-the-wall Indian restaurant may be a blink-and-miss, but it is certainly worth looking for! Known as Kyoto’s best Indian restaurant, Kerala Restaurant is located in an unflashy spot going up a narrow stairwell in Kawaramachi-dōri. Get a taste of real Kerala cuisine in Japan with some of the best tandoori prawns and chicken tikka masala preparations. The food is moderately priced which means that you will be able to enjoy your meal to your heart’s content without worrying about the budget.

7. Mohan Dish, Sapporo

Mohan Dish offers traditional Indian food with at least seven to ten entrée options. The vast menu spoils you for choice for vegetarian as well as vegan options too! What’s more? You can request the cook to adjust the spice levels to your preference. The staff is courteous and serves your food with a smile. Be sure to try the cheese naan, the restaurant’s speciality!

6. Mughal, Kyoto

Mughal Kyoto is a famous Indian restaurant functional since 1987. Get the true taste of Indian hospitality, culture, and tradition through its finely prepared cuisine. The original taste straight from India, dining at Mughal is a holistic experience that will appease all your senses. Even though the restaurant menu is exhaustive, don’t forget to sample its prawn masala and chicken tikka, both with a fine blend of Indian spices with culinary excellence. Located in the heart of Kyoto, don’t miss the opportunity to eat here if you are downtown!

5. Bindu, Osaka

Just a two-minute walk from Umeda Station, Bindu Restaurant in Osaka is the perfect place to eat some very authentic Indian food. What you will enjoy the most is the soft Indian music playing in the background as you indulge in its softest breads and succulent meats. Don’t forget to try the chef-special tandoori chicken prepared with great care using 36 spices. You can also choose the level of spiciness as per your palate. So if you are in Osaka and crave for some lip-smacking Indian food, then you know where to go!

4. Dhaba India, Tokyo

If it is one of those days when you want to indulge in an Indian meal, then look no further and come straight to Dhaba India located near Tokyo Station. It is a perfect place to sample some delicious South Indian cuisine from Tamil Nadu and Kerala at affordable prices. Don’t forget to try the delicate seafood dishes such as oyster curry and Mangalorean masala crab that will give its counterparts in India a run for their money. The family-dining ambiance of the restaurant is perfect for a day out with your family. Watch the expert chef prepare your food with complete perfection and hygiene!

See the rest of this mouth-watering list in the original article from Trip101 via the link below!