With friends or family and can’t decide exactly what to eat? Head over to Hibiki in Odaiba’s Aqua City complex - its extensive menu is sure to placate everyone’s tastebuds.
Hibiki - image © Florentyna Leow
Hibiki is a Japanese eatery on the 6th floor of the Aqua City complex, which is located next to Decks Odaiba. It’s a mid-range restaurant, with competently cooked, occasionally quite creative, and overall delicious Japanese food.
Hibiki isn’t a specialist restaurant by any means. Dinner options range from sukiyaki and shabu-shabu to sirloin steaks, teppanyaki and kamameshi (iron pot rice). It’s a real jack-of-all-trades - perfect for families or groups of travelers who can’t agree on a single cuisine or style of dish.
Like many of the restaurants in the area, Hibiki has terrace seats with stunning views of the city, Tokyo Bay, and Rainbow Bridge. It’s not a bad place at all for a date, especially for dinner.
6F Aqua City Odaiba, 1-7-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 135-0091
〒135-0091 東京都港区台場1-7-1 アクアシティお台場6F
Monday-Friday: 11am-3pm, 5pm-11pm
Saturday, Sunday and national holidays: 11am-4pm, 5pm-11pm
Train: 2-minute walk from the north exit of Daiba Station on the Yurikamome line.
0800-170-1708 (only from Japan)
Official website (Japanese)
:: Read customer reviews of Hibiki on TripAdvisor.
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