Seasonal Japanese cuisine and warm hospitality, available at Kagurazaka, Tokyo
A historic Kyoto establishment in Hanamikoji that blends tradition with innovation
This small hideaway Japanese restaurant in Yokohama always seeks to serve the best of seasonal cuisine.
Look for the lattice paper lantern. A Kappo cuisine restaurant hidden in the back streets of Gion
Tiny Kyoto cuisine restaurant awarded One Michelin stars, services in Aoyama for 50 years
We uses fresh, seasonal and natural ingredients such as conger pike in summer and wild pufferfish in winter. Suitable not only for business gathering but also for casual purpose.
The noble path of Japanese cuisine is the desire to please guests from far-off lands
Counter-seating washoku with simple philosophy to bring the utmost of seasonal ingredients. Continuously achiving Michelin 1-star.
A venerable Japanese restaurant has expanded to Niseko, touting the charm of fireside banquet meals.
A classic Japanese cuisine of a long-standing restaurant at the elegance of Isetan
Japanese cuisine combining rustic beauty and sophistication with Izu fish
Gastronomy of Kyoto cuisine to taste along Uji River, in front of the World Heritage
Providing a restful experience that will make you want to come back again
A modern collaboration of rare "Oki" wagyu beef and traditional Japanese cuisine
The highest peak of tea kaiseki which continues to pursue the best hospitality.
Taste Japanese cuisine while enjoying the garden that shows Japan's four seasons
Awarded 2 Michelin stars just a year after is the establishment, offers a harmonious balance of high-quality ingredients in Kagurazaka.
You could come in contact with the deep culture of 'Ryotei' (a traditional Japanese high-class restaurant) through Japanese culture with food, clothing, and shelter.