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rft Oct 22, 2007 06:44 PM

I will b e in Tokyo next month and would like my inlaws to a American style Thanksgiving dinner. Does anyone one know a place I can take them?

Thanks for any help.

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    extravirgin Nov 7, 2007 11:12 PM

    Try Beacon in Aoyama, they are doing a very nice dinner, check the web site for TY Express. Menu looks fantastic and if it is anything like their regular dinner concept it should be excellent with high quality and good portions at a reasonable price...

    1. r
      rft Oct 24, 2007 04:25 PM

      Thanks to all for the information

      1. Robb S Oct 22, 2007 10:09 PM

        Here's a rundown of places serving Thanksgiving dinner last year: http://bento.com/rev/thanks2006.html

        Most of the same places should be doing it again this year.

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        1. re: Robb S
          Tripeler Oct 23, 2007 07:19 AM

          I think that Fujimamas is pretty much as good as it gets in Tokyo for the money you spend and the food that is served. To go to a first-rate dinner at a big hotel will cost several times as much, and will not offer as much good value. Better to stick to Fujimamamas or one of the places on the bento.com listing above, which is also as good as it gets.

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          taryn Oct 22, 2007 08:04 PM

          fujimammas in harajuku does a family style thanksgiving dinner. we went last year and it was fun, but service was a little spotty, probably because there were so many people. the pumpkin pie hit the spot, and i really enjoyed the cranberry sauce. their website should have all of the info.

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            lost squirrel Oct 22, 2007 08:04 PM

            Fujimamas has a thanksgiving dinner, I went last year and it was pretty good.
            The wine was nice and the turkey was cooked well.

            I just wish they provided more food, especially for a thanksgiving dinner. I wanted to be fully American and eat to exhaustion but there wasn't enough.

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