If you're a vegetarian in Tokyo, you might have some trouble, and if you're vegan it's going to be a little challenging. I highly recommend this place as oasis in a land of fish and meat. Order anything, I'm sure it will be delicious. It was tasty enough that I had to go back during my short stay. It's also a great deal. The dishes are mostly varieties of ramen, but they also have curries with rice.
Go into the Tokyo station via the Yaesu South Entrance/Exit. You can get through the JR turnstile without paying if you have a rail pass, just show it to the guard. T's is tucked away on the "Keiyo Street" shopping area, across from a bookstore. It's not a big place but it's worth the wait if there's a line. We didn't have to wait long, even at noon. If you can't find it, ask at an information booth; they know exactly what I was talking about, and I don't speak a lick of Japanese.
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