Best Gluten Free Restaurants and Cafes in Tokyo

Best places to eat gluten free food in Tokyo including Ramen, Pizza, etc!

If you are a celiac or on gluten free diet, eating totally gluten free food wouldn’t be very easy when you travel. Even though Japan’s typical diet is eating rice which does not contain gluten, many other traditional food like soya sauce, noodles, tempura normally contains gluten. To be free from concern about what to eat in Japan, here is the list of 8 great “gluten free” place to eat in Tokyo for your little help! 😉

1. Revive Kitchen THREE AOYAMA

THREE is a Japanese cosmetic brand producing only organic and natural cosmetic products. They has a complex building in Harajuku area for total beauty care, such as Spa,workshop and restaurants/cafes. The Revive Kitchen serves many kinds of healthy food including vegan and gluten free dishes.

Address: 5–50–1 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Nearest Station: 4 mins walk from Omotesando station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda line)
Hours: 8:30 to 22:00 (Monday to Friday)/ 10:00 to 19:00 (Saturday&Sunday)


HAPA! is an ALL gluten free restaurant serving mainly pasta and galette which are both homemade with Soba flour. Various organic dishes are available with affordable prices including desserts and wines.

Address: 1–29–1 Asakusabashi, Taito-ward, Tokyo
Nearest Station: 3 mins walk from Asakusabashi station (Tokyo Metro Asakusa line)
Hours: 11:30 to 23:00(L,O.22:30)/Closed:Sunday

3. Glutenfree Cafe Littlebird (Closed)

100% gluten free cafe in a heart of Shibuya, Tokyo. Their huge menu includes pasta, pizza, burger, curry noodles, pancakes, etc. Littlebird serves great food in a great potion,too!

Address: 3F, 1–1–20 Uehara, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Nearest Station: 4 mins walk from Yoyogikoen station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda line)
Hours: 11:00 to 22:30/Closed:Wednesday

4. Kogomebana (Closed)

A Gluten Free cafe serving sweets and cake sales made with rice flour. They also sell take away sweets (sponge cakes and cookies) and birthday whole cake on order.

Address: 1-1-3 Takanawa, Minato-ward, Tokyo
Nearest Station: 4 mins walk from Shiroganetakanawa station (Namboku Line&Mita line)
Hours: 10:00 to 19:00

5. Natural Cream Kitchen (Closed)

An “additive free” organic cafe serves several gluten free dish and sweets. Try their significant cake “50 Roll” which is made with rice flour, rice syrup and whipped cream made with Sake Koji (Aspergillus oryzae).

Address: 5–10–1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ward, Tokyo
Nearest Station: 2 mins walk from Omotesando station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda line/Ginza Line/Hanzomon line)
Hours: 11:00 to 20:00

6. Soranoiro Nippon

If you think Ramen is always greasy and unhealthy, it is wrong! In Soranoiro, you can taste a gluten free Ramen noodle “Vegan Vege Soba”. Soranoiro has been serving some creative Ramen with vegan and gluten free ingredients and it’s recommended by Michelin Guide Tokyo!

Address: Tokyo Ramen Street, B1F Tokyo Station Ichibangai Street
Nearest Station: 1 min from Tokyo Station Yaesu Chuo Exit
Hours: 10:30~23:00

7. S.Komatsu (Closed)

“S.Komatsu” is very rare restaurant serving gluten free Japanese cuisine. Enjoy their fine Japanese dishes without concerning about ingredients!

Address: 7–15–24 Roppongi, Minato-ward, Tokyo
Nearest Station: 4 mins walk from Roppongi station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya line/Oedo line)
Hours: Lunch 12:00 to 14:00/Dinner 18:00 to 23:00/Closed: Sunday

8. Rainbow Bird Rendezvous

A vegan food restaurant which serves several gluten free dish,too. Try their daily lunch plate and take away bento box (also available for delivery!)

Address: 1-1-1 Yutenji, Meguro-ward, Tokyo
Nearest Station: 7 mins walk from Nakameguro station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya line/Tokyu Toyoko line)
Hours: 11:30 to 20:00

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