The Best Pizza Places near the Yamanote Line in Tokyo

you can eat a great Pizza in 16 different places!

Column by Hirofumi Jaffa Morita — 1 month ago

If you have ever been to Tokyo, you cannot miss the Yamanote Line, the “green circular line” that connects Tokyo center thanks to the super-efficient trains, which allow the transfer of millions of people every day.

The total length is equal to 34.5 km, and it takes about an hour to cover it all. Or half the time to reach the opposite station, choosing the clockwise or counterclockwise direction.

Tourists often use it to explore the Japanese capital, as several “attractions” and places to visit can be reached thanks to the Yamanote Line: Shibuya, Shinjuku, Harajuku, Ueno, Tokyo Station.

In this article, we want to share the best Pizza Places (powered by Pizza Advisor) that are a few minutes away by walk from each station.

Before starting, we prepared a handy map that groups them all. After that, you can find each Pizza Place and the link to the information sheet, which includes photos, useful information and so on!

Meguro Station (opened in 1885)

One of the oldest stations in Tokyo, in which a lot of subway and express lines stop by also.

i-rottah
Access:4 minutes from the station
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Ebisu Station (opened in 1901)

This station is close to Daikanyama, Nakameguro e Shibuya, very popular towns among the youngs. Originally it was used to transport the beer of the Yebisu Beer company.

Ebisu ES Classico
Access:5 minutes from the “East Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Partenope Ebisu
Access:5 minutes from the “East Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele Ebisu
Access: 3 minutes from the “East Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

VACANZA
Access:5 minutes from the “East Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Shibuya Station (opened in 1885)

One of the most interconnected stations in Tokyo. Famous for being frequented by young people, in the last few years it offers also several quiet and residential areas.

PIZZARIA LA VALLE di TOKYO
Access:4 minutes from the “Hachiko Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Harajuku Station (opened in 1906)

The station that led to youth fashion and pop culture. Its proximity to the Meiji Jingu Shrine, Yoyogi, and Omotesando park makes it a popular destination for tourists from all countries.

Omotesando bamboo
Access:7 minutes from the “Omotesando Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

PIZZERIA CANTERA
Access:7 minutes from the “Omotesando Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Yamanote Line, Tokyo

Yamanote Line, Tokyo

Yoyogi Station (opened in 1906)

Yoyogi is often referred to as a “student city”, with many preparatory and professional schools nearby.

PIZZERIA ROMANA IL PENTITO
Access:6 minutes from the “West Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Shinjuku Station (opened in 1885)

Shinjuku is Tokyo’s busiest and most interconnected station, with nearly two million people visiting every day. It offers skyscrapers, social areas such as Kabukicho and Golden Gai, department stores and shopping centers…a city within a city.

PIZZERIA CAPOLI
Access:1 minute from the “South-East Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Shin Okubo Station

TakadanoBaba Station

Mejiro Station

No Pizza Places to suggest.

Ikebukuro Station (opened in 1903)

Shopping centers, restaurants, night clubs, Ikebukuro is a lively town that also connects easily people from Saitama and Western Tokyo.

PIZZA BORSA
Access: 6 minutes from the “West Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Otsuka Station

Sugamo Station

Komagome Station

Tabata Station

Nishi Nippori Station

Nippori Station

Uguisudani Station

No Pizza Places to suggest.

Okachimachi Station (opened in 1925)

Famous for the Ameyayokocho Market, where you can find a little bit of everything, from food to clothes. From the station, you can quickly walk to Ueno and Akihabara, the famous town dedicated to manga, anime, video games and electronics.

Ueno St

Ueno station its the main passage for northern Tokyo. There are many restaurants nearby, several zoos, museums, and Ueno Park.

da GIORGIO
Access: 4 minutes from the Okachimachi Station, 7 minutes from the “Shinobazu Exit” of Ueno Station
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Pizzeria Bal Fantasista
Access: 4 minutes from the Okachimachi Station, 7 minutes from the “Shinobazu Exit” of Ueno Station
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Kanda St. (opened in 1919)

A quiet neighborhood consisting of offices and small and medium-sized buildings. There are many Izakayas (Japanese taverns) and other traditional-style restaurants, as well as many second-hand bookstores.
Kanda is adjacent to Akihabara.

Gino Sorbillo Artista Pizza Napoletana
Access:4 from the “West Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Tokyo Station

Yurakucho Station

No Pizza Places to suggest.

Shinbashi Station (opened in 1872)

This station is well connected to the bay of Odaiba. There are also several television stations and the headquarters of large companies. It is located near Ginza, a “rich” neighborhood that houses many flagship stores of famous brands, as well as fancy restaurants.

Pizzeria Terzo Okei
Access:1 minuto da “Hibiya Exit SL Square”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Hamamatsucho Station

Tamachi Station

Nessuna pizzeria da segnalare

Shinagawa Station (opened in 1872)

Junction station for several railway lines and Haneda airport, Shinagawa is a district of skyscrapers that houses the main offices of many Japanese and non-Japanese companies, such as Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Obicà Mozzarella Bar, Takanawa
Access:4 minutes from the “Takanawa West Exit”
Pizza Place detail, with pictures and info

Oosaki Station

Gotanda Station

No Pizza Places to suggest.

With the Gotanda station, our virtual tour of the Yamanote Line comes to an end. As you have seen, it is possible to eat in 17 Pizza Places that offer a tasty pizza for everyone: remember to bookmark them in our Pizza Advisor, and when you will visit one of them, please share your experience! Till the next article on this topic.

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