Japan receives many vegetarian and vegan visitors. In fact, more and more people are becoming more conscious about healthy eating. More and more people are incorporating natural ingredients in their cooking – even in Japan. With healthy living on our minds, it’s sometimes hard to decide where to eat out.
That’s why today we’ll be looking at vegetarian and vegan restaurants and cafés that are located in Shinjuku!
AIN SOPH.Journey is very close to Shinjuku Sanchome station. AIN SOPH.Journey uses spices and herbs plentifully in their seasonal dishes, which presented using tableware that has been directly shipped from Morocco. Their healthy vegan pancakes are very popular among girls.
AIN SOPH.ripple sells vegan burgers and specializes in American-style flavours – even 90 percent of their customers are foreigners. This restaurant combines simple fast food with the healthiness of vegan cooking. Besides hamburgers, they also sell macaroni cheese that uses vegan cheese, burrito bowls and more. All items on the menu are very filling!
Chayamakurobi Isetan Shinjuku
Chayamakurobi café and restaurant is located in three districts – Shinjuku, Hibiya and Shiodome. The Isetan Shinjuku chain has a joint terrace where you can enjoy food during sunny weather. The food is colourful, good quality and good for your health.
LIMA CAFÉ is a joint establishment located in Shinjuku that serves as a macrobiotic café and natural makeup shop. As well as organic goods, the café also sells the “café tokusei plate” which is a special ￥900 dish that is both kind on your wallet and bound to put a smile on your face. After browsing the shop at your own pace, you can enjoy a nice meal at the café.
KiboKo is located at the crossing that is very close to Shinjuku Sanchome station and is also not far from Shinjuku station. KiboKo’s concept is “natural food to accompany wine”. Their menu includes foods that reflect their main concept such as Spanish omelette, coriander gyoza and much more. All the dishes go perfectly with alcohol and are, of course, suitable for vegans.
So, how about it? If you’re ever wondering where to eat out, check out one of these places!
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