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1. Botejyu Yatai (Yakisoba)

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Botejyu Yatai offers food made on a hibachi grill, focusing especially on yakisoba, a dish made of noodles grilled with vegetables and other ingredients. The most recommended dish of theirs is the one in the photo, called “omusoba.” Omusoba is noodles flavored with sauce and covered with runny eggs. The mild flavor of the eggs mixes with the yakisoba for a great taste.

HP: www.botejyu-express.com/

HP: www.botejyu-express.jp/ch/ (中文)

HP: www.botejyu-express.jp/ (Japanese Only)

Address: 2F Food Court, Terminal 3, Narita Airport (Google Map)

2. Sushiden (Sushi)

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There are a few sushi restaurants in Narita Airport, but this is one that’s particularly recommended. Sushiden uses the best ingredients and the skills of professional chefs to make excellent sushi. Of course they have a dinner menu, but they also have a complete lunch menu so you can eat delicious sushi in the afternoon as well.

HP: www.sushiden.co.jp/index.html (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

3. Tentei (Tempura)

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This is a restaurant where you can enjoy one of Japan’s representative foods, tempura. Since they offer fresh ingredients right out of the fryer, you can enjoy your food while it’s still crispy. This is one of the few restaurants in Narita Airport with a halal certification, so Muslims can eat here without problems.

HP: www.gourmet-kineya.co.jp/search/list.php?gid=33 (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

4. Menya Kuukai (Ramen)

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This is a restaurant where you can eat carefully prepared ramen in the airport. They have a variety of flavors, including salt, soy sauce, tonkotsu (pork bone broth), and fish bone. Of course they’re particular about their soup, but they also choose only the best noodles, vegetables, eggs, and char siu (roasted pork) as well.

HP: www.umai-ramen.com/index.html (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

5. Obon de Gohan (Washoku)

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This restaurant offers healthy traditional Japanese food. You can select your meal from over 20 kinds of main dishes and 3 kinds of rice that come with miso soup and salad. It’s made to be nutritionally balanced so it should help you recover from the exhaustion of a long flight. 

HP: obon-de-gohan.com/index.php (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

6. Kyotaru (Sushi)

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The sushi offered at Kyotaru isn’t the usual sushi where seafood rests on top of vinegared rice, but instead they offer “kamigatazushi,” in which vinegared rice, seafood, and vegetables are wrapped together in nori seaweed. It uses colorful ingredients so the bento is full of colors like red and yellow so it’s a great souvenir as well. 

HP: www.kyotaru.co.jp/ (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

7. Sanbei (Udon) 

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You can eat Japan’s famous Sanuki udon at this restaurant. The special broth offered by Sanbei and the plump noodles match perfectly. They also offer delicious tendon, a rice bowl with fried seafood on top, so you can try that as well. 

HP: j-frontfoods.co.jp/index.html (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

8. Tonkatsu Inaba Wako (Tonkatsu)

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Tonkatsu is fried pork loin or filet that’s thick and filling. Plus at this restaurant you can get free refills on rice, miso soup, and chopped cabbage as much as you want. There’s not just a kids’ menu but also a ladies’ menu!

HP: www.wako-group.co.jp/ (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

9. Takopon (Takoyaki) 

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You can enjoy genuine Osaka takoyaki here. The price is reasonable and the size is perfect for when you’re feeling just a little peckish. It’s a restaurant that you can stop by casually, so it’s especially good for people traveling on their own. Why not have some delicious takoyaki as a snack with a glass of liquor? 

HP: www.takopon-kuritaya.com/ (Japanese Only)

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

10. La Toque (Curry)

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This curry specialty restaurant offers Japanese curry that uses kombu seaweed and soy sauce as a base to create a curry vastly different from Indian and western curry. While dishes like sushi and sukiyaki have become representative of Japanese food, actually Japanese-style curry is another dish that should be considered representative of Japan. 

Address: Terminal 2 4F, Narita Airport (Google Map)

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