In early March, I'll have a 12 hour layover in Tokyo with my parents who are in their mid-70s. We'd like to take a train into Tokyo and have a nice lunch, wander around a bit.
They're not particularly adventurous eaters and not crazy about sushi. I do like sushi, but am certainly not a connoisseur so a very expensive sushi option might be wasted on me. I'm looking for some recommendations on places that might have both sushi and noodle options, close to one of the train stations that we'd arrive in on from the airport, nice atmosphere but not formal. As my parents are a bit older, I don't think they'd like to wait in an extremely long line.
Price isn't an issue as much as the features I mentioned above. None of us speak Japanese so perhaps that's a consideration as well.
Greatly appreciate any suggestions!
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