Heart-warming dishes and hospitality that beautifully reflect the four seasons of Japan on the plates
A well-known restaurant with difficulty making a reservation, a fresh hospitable setting.
Presenting breathtaking views over Tokyo from 37th floor, Teppanyaki Akasaka offers a memorable feast of Kobe beef and Toyosu seafood with impressive knife skills and culinary flair of expert chefs.
A 2-star restaurant that can taste artistic Spanish cuisine
A 2-star innovative Chinese restaurant with many specialties
An old pavilion restaurant in Toranomon that reflects the four seasons of Japan and continues to evolve over the years
Experience world gourmet guide award gastronomy and the art of food under the supervision of a French master chef.
Food, dishes, and atmosphere. A ryotei associated with Rosanjin, and a place where art and culture meet
A famous nouvelle chinois restaurant that has been loved for many years in sophisticated area, Akasaka.
A first-rate marriage of wine and local chicken
The restaurant offers a variety of French cuisine and European wines. You can spend luxurious moments drinking wine and eating cheese after a meal.
Delicate and Daring, Cantonese cuisine that combined with Japanese ingredients
Soft-shelled turtle, funasushi, and Shichihonyari sake are the three pillars of Gosen. The kaiseki meal to match with the finest shichihonyari sake
At a little place in the basement of a building in the residential area around Akasaka station, where celebrities have been known to frequent, you can enjoy the marriage between perfectly matched food and alcohol filled with creativity and ingenuity.
Highlighting the very best of Cantonese cuisine, Karin Chinese Restaurant is renowned for combining Japanese ingredients with Chinese cooking philosophies
A hidden Edomae-style sushi restaurant near the New National Stadium by a chef with plenty of overseas experience
Italian restaurant in a detached Aoyama house, immersed in "paradise on earth"
Special meals imbued with sophistication and fine detail, made just for you in Akasaka