Restaurants near tourist spots are often a trap of over priced underwhelming food. Ukai is next to the Tokyo Tower but isn't a tourist trap. There are lovely Japanese gardens and from the private room we had, a lovely sense of place. At the entrance, there were also handicrafts and cultural artifacts relating to the Girl's Day festival that was upcoming when we visited. But Ukai really outdid things when the food arrived. Elegantly served, unusual with a focus on tofu in some many ways, but also with good quality sushi and Japanese beef.
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