5 Best Pizza Restaurants in Tokyo

Eat the World’s Best Pizza! 5 Greatest Pizza Restaurants in Tokyo

If you wanna taste the world’s best pizza, head to Tokyo!

Just like in your country, pizza is a popular dish in Japan, and trust me, Japan does pizza very well. There are numerous Italian restaurants and pizzerias in Tokyo, offering the real taste of Italy and it’s often said by Italian visitors to Japan that Tokyo is the best city to eat pizza in the world.

I’ve picked 5 pizzerias in Tokyo, which has gained the best reviews by gourmands from all over the world!

1. Pizzeria Vento e Mare

The true hidden gem, Pizzeria Vento e Mare (ピッツェリア ベントエマーレ) is located in a quiet residential area, though the restaurant is well known among Tokyoites and always crowded. The owner chef takes his pride to create the perfect taste of Italian pizza. It’s also introduced by Michelin Guide Tokyo in 2016.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/g8Qji2
Access: 6 mins from Fudomae station
Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:00/Dinner 18:00~21:30 (weekdays), Lunch 11:30~14:30/Dinner 18:00~21:30 (Saturday), Lunch 11:30~14:30/Dinner 17:30~21:30 (Sunday and holidays)
Closed: Mondays and the first Tuesday of months
Budget: Lunch 1,000 yen~/ Dinner 3,000 yen~

2. Seirinkan

Seirinkan (聖林館) is located on the backstreet of Nakameguro area, used known as SAVOY. It’s a small Italian restaurant which is well known among gourmands in Tokyo for serving perfect pizza. Seikinkan offers variety of Italian dishes, but only two kinds of pizzas (margherita and marinara), which are simple yet presenting authentic tastes.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/d41qC2
Access: 5 mins from Nakameguro station
Hours: Lunch 11:30~13:30/Dinner 18:00~20:45 (weekends and holidays 17:00〜20:45)
Budget: Lunch 1,000 yen~/ Dinner 3,000 yen~


Massimottavio (マッシモッタヴィオ) is an authentic Italian restaurant located in Suginami ward. The restaurant was founded by the Italian chef who brought the real taste of Pizza from Napoli. His pizza and other Italian dishes impress not only Japanese but also Italian guests and it’s often called “Best Pizza in Tokyo”.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/9AAmdj
Access: a short walk from Eifukucho station
Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:30/Dinner 18:00~22:30 (weekdays), Lunch 11:30~15:30/Dinner 17:30~22:30 (weekends and holidays)
Budget: Lunch 1,000 yen~/ Dinner 4,000 yen~

4. La Piccola Tavola

Established in 1998, La Piccola Tavola (ラ・ピッコラ・ターヴォラ) is the first pizzeria in Tokyo which was designated to Associazione Verapizza Napoletana. They offer over 30 kinds of pizza, all served by the professional Neopolitan pizza chef and great selection of Italian wines.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/69M7YU
Access: 3 mins from Eifukucho station
Hours: Lunch 11:30~14:30/Dinner 18:00~22:30 (weekdays), Lunch11:30~15:00/Dinner 17:30~22:30 (weekends and holidays)
Closed: Mondays
Budget: Lunch 1,000 yen~/ Dinner 3,000 yen~

5. Pizzeria GG

Pizzeria GG is a pizzeria style Italian restaurant located in Kichijoji area. The restaurant’s interior is decorated as the real pizzeria in Napoli and the guest can enjoy the taste of Italian pizza in an authentic atmosphere. Their variety of pizza are all made in the real stone oven by well-trained pizza chefs. GG has another store in Kamakura city, Kanagawa prefecture.

Google Map: https://goo.gl/wXmotx
Access: 3 mins from Kichijoji station
Hours: Lunch 11:30~16:00/Dinner 17:30~22:30 (weekdays), 11:30~22:30 (weekends and holidays)
Budget: Lunch 1,000 yen~/ Dinner 2,000 yen~

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