Tokyo Dining is located on the second floor in Epcot’s Japan pavilion and provides a great overlook to the rest of World Showplace, and a unique (although slightly obstructed) view of Illuminations, from the restaurant’s window seats. Modern, clean lines from the floor to ceiling windows and the lighting details lend to the sleek, contemporary feel of Tokyo, but touches like the dark squared off tables and chairs with large tiles on the floor keep the space centered.
Japanese cuisine on the all-day menu includes sushi and sashimi samplers (and an extensive sushi menu as well), tempura grilled steaks, seafood, katsu combinations (where the main protein is panko crusted), and Japanese-style Grilled entrees from Filet Mignon to Swordfish. In addition to the standard beverage menu, Tokyo Dining offers guests 21 and older a premium sake list and sake cocktails, imported Japanese beer, and a wine list.
While oriental cuisine does not traditionally put too much emphasis on dessert, there is a chocolate ginger cake and green tea pudding on the menu, along with a more traditional, freshly brewed cup of Matcha green tea.