Vegetarian Food In Tokyo

Vegetarian food in Tokyo, a city where meat is a vital staple of practically every meal, may seem to be impossible to find. However, there are actually numerous plant-based restaurants all across the city that sell amazing meals and for a low cost too. Definitely stop by these hidden gem vegetarian dining spots for a delicious meal that won’t break the bank.

Vegetarian Taco

Affordable Tokyo-Based Vegetarian Restaurants


Ain Soph. Ripple

Category: Vegan Fast Food

Price Range: ¥1,000~¥1,999

Location : 〒160-0021 Tokyo, Shinjuku, Kabukicho, 2−46−8 日章ビル

Best known for their mouth-watering vegan cheeseburgers, the cozy Ain Soph. Ripple is the best place to grab a wide range of comfort foods that will surely leave you wanting seconds.


Cafe VG

Category: Italian Vegan Food

Price Range: ¥999

Location : 1 Chome-1-番8号 Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku, Tokyo 169-0051

Conveniently located near Waseda University’s main campus, this dog-friendly spot offers delicious salads, sandwiches, and other options for less than 1000 yen. The lunch menu is different everyday, so for those willing to order a surprise dish, try one of Cafe VG’s daily lunch offerings.


Meu Nota

Category: Natural Vegetarian Curry

Price Range: ¥1,000~¥1,999

Location : 〒166-0003 Tokyo, Suginami, Koenjiminami, 3 Chome−45−11

Located in the center of the trendy Koenji, this innovative vegan restaurant can provide the perfect filling dinner for fans of taco rice, plates of pasta, and other more adventurous options for a reasonable price.


T’s TanTan

Category: Vegetarian Ramen

Price Range: ~¥900 For A Main Dish

Location : 1F JR Tokyo Station, Marunouchi 1-9-1, Chiyoda (at eCute shopping area), Tokyo, Japan, 100-0005

Set right in the middle of Tokyo Station, this completely vegan ramen shop offers numerous ramen options such as soy sauce, sesame, and spicy choices separated into hot and very hot categories.

T’s Tantan

Eat More Greens

Category: NYC-Inspired Italian Dishes

Price Range: ¥1,000~¥1,999

Location : 〒106-0045 Tokyo, Minato, Azabujuban, 2 Chome−2−5 フレンシア麻布十番サウス

Inspired by New York’s famous Lower East Side, both interior and food-wise, Eat More Greens serves meat-free taco rice, pizza bread, and pecan pie, among its wide variety of yummy vegan choices.

Vegetarian Pizza in Japan


Olu’olu Cafe

Category: Hawaiian-Themed Vegetarian Restaurant

‎Price Range: ¥1,000~¥1,999

Location : 1-11-1 Ikejiri, Setagaya-ku, Sangenjaya, Tokyo, Japan

This fun Hawaii-themed establishment in Setagaya is a vegetarian foodie’s heaven as it serves an eclectic mix of Hawaiian and Japanese dishes that can’t really be found anywhere else. Memorable desserts, as well as coffees and teas, are available too.


Rainbow Raw Foods

Category: Raw Foods

Price Range: ¥1,000~¥1,500

Location : 〒150-0011 Tokyo, 渋谷区Higashi, 3−17-14 クリスティエビス

Rainbow Raw Food is known for its raw foods that are meant to improve one’s health. Its menu is varied and reasonably priced, and if you’re one who is looking to learn how to recreate the dishes on the menu, raw food courses and seminars are constantly taking place here.



Nagi Shokudo

Category: Japanese And International Cuisine

Price Range: ¥1,500~¥3,000

Location : 15-10 Uguisudanicho, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0032

If you’re into a fusion of Chinese, Japanese, Indian, and Thai-inspired food, make a reservation at Nagi Shokudo. A special dinner plate can be ordered for only 1,550 yen.


Vege Herb Saga

Category: Pure Vegetarian Indian Food

Price Range: ¥1,000~¥2,000

Location : 〒110-0005 Tokyo, Taitō, Ueno, 5 Chome−22−1 地下1階 東鈴ビル

Vege Herb Saga specializes in Indian cuisine that is well-balanced and sourced organically without any genetically-modified materials. Every weekday afternoon, lunch specials include basmati rice, naan, salad, and South Indian dishes.


Food Therapy Diner Chabuzen

Category: Vegan Ramen

Price Range: ¥2,000~¥3,000

Location : 6 Chome-16-20 Daita, Setagaya, Tokyo 155-0033

Ever since turning fully vegan in 2016, Food Therapy Diner Chabuzen has established itself as a popular vegan restaurant especially known for its signature seasoning made from brown rice. An added plus is that its menu is written in English, Korean, and Chinese in addition to Japanese.