Mushroom Tokyo

  • Restaurants
  • Harajuku
  1. Mushroom Tokyo
    Photo: Mushroom TokyoThinly sliced raw mushrooms
  2. Mushroom Tokyo
    Photo: Mushroom Tokyo
  3. Mushroom Tokyo
    Photo: Mushroom TokyoMushroom and sweet potato pasta
  4. Mushroom Tokyo
    Photo: Mushroom TokyoMushroom pickles
  5. Mushroom Tokyo
    Photo: Mushroom TokyoMushroom powder chocolate cake with mushroom gelato

Time Out says

Just like its name suggests, Mushroom Tokyo offers only dishes featuring mushrooms. The fungi used here are sent fresh from Katori in Chiba prefecture every day. The menu is a testament to the humble mushroom’s flexibility. Try a creamy mushroom and seafood rice gratin, a mushroom TKG (mushroom over rice with raw egg) or a hearty mushroom curry, for ¥1,200 each during lunch.

Come here for dinner and you’ll find appetisers like thinly sliced raw mushrooms topped with a drizzle of olive oil and a pinch of salt (from ¥490), and mushroom pickles (¥740). More substantial meals include crispy warm mushroom fritters (¥1,080) and a mushroom omelette (¥1,480). If you're with friends, we recommend ordering the Giga Mushroom (¥4,000), which is a mushroom as large as your face and grilled like a steak.

While many of the dishes here are plant-based, Mushroom Tokyo also offers a special multicourse menu for vegans (¥5,500 per person). It features a smoked brown mushroom dish topped with raisins and walnuts with a side of grated beets and soy yogurt, plus a creamy mushroom and sweet potato pasta, mushroom powder chocolate cake with mushroom gelato and more.


1F, 6-2-4 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Meiji-jingumae Station (Chiyoda, Fukutoshin lines), Harajuku Station (Yamanote line)
Opening hours:
11.30am-3pm (last orders 2.30pm), 6pm-10pm (9pm); closed Mon & Tue
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