THE PEEK: Eating vegan or vegetarian in Japan doesn't need to be difficult, and it definitely needs to be delicious.
T's TanTan in Tokyo Station
BOMB vegan ramen and more, great service, English menu.
Not easy to find, but worth it. Totally vegan and fish free centrally located restaurant. PROTIP: you really do have to buy a platform ticket to get to it (buy the cheapest one way, and use it to get to your next destination- we suggest exploring the Harajuku neighborhood). You WILL feel lost finding it-each direction you go that feels wrong...that's right. Follow signs towards Keiyo Street on the First Floor.
Hours: Everyday from 7am- 11pm, last order 10:30pm
Address: Japan, 〒100-0005 Tokyo, 千代田区Marunouchi, 1−9−1 JR東京駅（改札内）Keiyo Street内 Keiyo Street
Ain Soph Ripple in Shinjuku
Vegan burgers, cheese fries, and burritos? Uh, yes please.
Craving comfort food with piece of mind? Ain Soph Ripple is where you need to head. Laid back, fully vegan restaurant with several locations (this one is our favorite). Check out their menu to discover veg-friendly ice creams, cheese fries, mac and cheese, cheese burgers, and more dreamy dairy free delights. They also serve beer, so have yourself a MOMENT after walking your butt off (and probably getting lost around Tokyo a few hundred times....we know we did).
Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-10pm, Sat and Sun 11am-9pm
Address: Japan, 〒160-0021 Tokyo, Shinjuku, 歌舞伎町2-46-8 日章ビル1F