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It is our pleasure to introduce the 10 Best Tokyo restaurants. These restaurants were selected by reviews of tourists from abroad on the ranking of “TripAdvisor”. The most famous cuisine is Japanese food. Please check the list before you come to Japan, and spend your time as comfortable in Tokyo.

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1. Japanese Cuisine
2. Sushi
3. Steak and Yakitori

Japanese Cuisine

Ise Sueyoshi

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■No.1 of Restaurant in Minato-ku, Tokyo (129 Reviews)

“A Japanese restaurant delighting guests with local cuisine and spirits from Ise in Mie Prefecture”

Located near the Nishi-Azabu intersection, “Ise Sueyoshi” is a restaurant where guests can enjoy traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine using ingredients shipped directly from their producers in Ise, Mie Prefecture. Chef Tanaka worked at Kyoto’s Michelin 2-star restaurant before. With a desire to “allow foregin visitors to learn about Japanese culinary culture”, A multi-language leaflets available providing information about kaiseki cuisine and basic knowledge and etiquette, and explanations are also available in English. Vegetarian, halal and vegan options are also available.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Ise Sueyoshi (伊勢すえよし)
Cuisine: Kaiseki
Address: 3/F, Mizuo Building, 4-2-15 Nishi-azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

RyuGin

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■MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017: Three stars★★★
Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017: No.7

“The pride of Japanese restaurant being Michelin 3-stars every year”

World famous Japanese restaurant “Ryu Gin”, located in Roppongi, Tokyo. It is leaded by Owner Chef Seiji Yamamoto, “Ryu Gin” achieved Michelin 3-stars continuedly, and highly ranked in “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants” and “The World’s 50 Best Restaurants”. The course selected by Chef Yamamoto would let you feel the Grace of Seasons. By keeping the traditional cooking style, delicate adjust the temperature, smell, and taste of every single dish, “Ryu Gin” present you the best cuisine in the most natural condition.

~Restaurant information~
Name: RyuGin (日本料理 龍吟)
Cuisine: Japanese food
Address: 1st floor of Side Roppongi Building, 7-17-24 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Kanda

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■MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017: Three stars★★★

“Experience the ultimate live performance of Michelin 3-stars culinary art”

Owner Chef Hiroyuki Kanda worked as a head chef at a Japanese restaurant in Paris before. In 2004, Chef Kanda opened his own Japanese restaurant “Kanda” and has kept Michelin 3-stars since 2008. Kanda‘s concept is to convey thire vision, art, and passion through cuisine. Chef Kanda pays attention to every little detail in order to serve the food and drinks at just the right time for you to enjoy them.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Kanda (かんだ)
Cuisine: Japanese food
Address: 1st floor of Calm Motoazabu, 3-6-34 Motoazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Nishiazabu Kikuchi

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■MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017: Two stars★★

“Michelin 2-Stars hideaway Japanese restaurant where you can relax and enjoy your meal”

Tucked away in the back alley of Nishiazabu stands the traditional Japanese restaurant “Kikuchi”, Michelin 2-stars. In order to bring out the best of seasonal ingredients, the cooking is simple and precise. The course cuisine are flexible according to each guests’ desire. Particular attention is paid on pot cooked rice so that you can enjoy different tastes of Koshihikari rice. The chef runs “Kikuchi” all by himself while carefully manages to pay attention to all guests.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Nishiazabu Kikuchi (西麻布 き久ち)
Cuisine: Cooking-Koryori (casual Japanese restaurant)
Address: 2nd floor of Minatoya Sohonten Building, 2-7-17 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Sushi

Sushi-Shin

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■MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017: One star★

“Michelin one-starred sushi craftsman finally found his own sensibility after trying hundreds of sushi restaurants”

In Nishiazabu, where attracts many gourmets, there is a restaurant called “Sushi-Shin” which gains popularity from gourmets worldwide. The owner, Shintaro Suzuki’s good-taste tsumami (appetizer) and sushi are always highly recognized. Since the first year when Michelin Guide landed in Japan, he has won Michelin one-star for 10 consecutive years. This Edo-style sushi (traditional style of sushi) restaurant created its own style and inspiration, attracting people from all over the world.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Sushi-Shin(鮨 真)
Cuisine: Edo-style Sushi
Address: Nishi Azabu CO-HOUSE 1F, 4-18-20 Nishi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Harutaka

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■MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017: One star★

“The highest-grade sushi of a long-established in Ginza”

Independent opening in 2006 in Ginza, Tokyo, a battlefield of Edo-style Sushi, by the owner-chef Harutaka Takahashi.  Mr.Harutaka visits Tsukiji Market every morning to find the finest ingredients without any compromise. It is because his strong desire to have guests eat in the real taste of season that can bring out the charm of the fish as much as possible. Only one course available at ”Harutaka”, Chef Harutaka combines 2 types of Sushi rice to brings the special salty and sour taste of it.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Harutaka (青空)
Cuisine: Edo-style Sushi
Address: 6F, 8-3-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Sushi Umi

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■MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017: Two star★★

“Passionately prepared sushi restaurant that maintains Michelin 2-stars by taking on the spirit of previous owner”

Umi, located in Minami Aoyama, is a sushi restaurant that continues to attract a large following of guests from both Japan and abroad while it firmly holds on to its two stars from Michelin Guide. At the young age of 30, Chef Nakamura leads Umi as its 3rd generation successor by taking on the spirit and aspirations left behind by his predecessor. He offers guests a lively dining atmosphere along with his lighthearted demeanor. Chef Nakamura is charismatic and humorous when it comes to crafting sushi, and he cherishes the idea that sushi preparation should emphasize “passion, rather than technique,” which was the ethos of his predecessor.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Sushi Umi (すし処 海味)
Cuisine: Edo-style Sushi
Address: 1F, 3-2-8 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-Ku Tokyo

Steak and Yakitori

Toriki

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■MICHELIN GUIDE Tokyo 2017: One star★

“A yakitori restaurant that has gained Michelin one star for seven years consecutively”

If you love yakitori(grilled chicken), “Toriki” is definitely the restaurant that you must to visit. Located in a prime location, only 15 minutes’ walk from the Tokyo Skytree. The owner-chef established its own independent restaurant after training at famous yakitori restaurants for 12 years. Every morning he cooks carefully selected domestic free-range chicken and fresh seasonal vegetables. His regular customers can be said to be definitely addicted to the delicious yakitori dishes prepared by this skillful master.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Toriki (とり喜)
Cuisine: Yakitori
Address: Kosaka Building 1F, 1-8-13, Kinshi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

RRR Kobe Beef Steak

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“The world most famous “Kobe Beef” with premium wine and champagne at reasonable price”

RRR Kobe Beef Steak is the restaurant in Roppongi that allows you to taste premium wines at a very reasonable price. It is also one of the few Kobe Meat Distribution Promotion Council-approved restaurants in the country meaning the quality and scarcity of the meat is guaranteed. Kobe beef is known as the pinnacle of Tajima cattle (Japanese black beef). The the annual number of cattle that qualify as “Kobe beef” is so low. This beef is widely regarded as one of the world’s nine delicacies along with truffles and caviar.

~Restaurant information~
Name: RRR Kobe Beef Steak (トリプルアール 神戸牛ステーキ)
Cuisine: Steak
Address: 10th floor of Yoko Central Building, 3-15-22 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Kaika

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“Enjoy supreme Wagyu and seasonal ingredients in teppanyaki way”

Located in Ginza, Teppanyaki “Kaika” attracts guests and enjoy hand-picked Wagyu beef and Japanese seasonal ingredients. Courses offered by Pocket Concierge are composed of top A5 level brand Wagyu, fresh Japanese lobster, abalone etc., luxurious ingredients handled by experienced cooks, boldly yet delicately grilled on the iron griddle, even further enhances the course itself. More than 250 kinds of wines are prepared, collection mainly from France is indeed the best choice for pairing with Teppanyaki.

~Restaurant information~
Name: Kaika (かいか)
Cuisine: Teppanyaki
Address: 4/F, Kojun Building, 6-8-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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