Established by the former master of a renowned restaurant, this elegant Japanese restaurant accepts only three reservations per day
Bringing Japanese culture to the world through cooking, tea, and the dishes themselves
Owatari-style hospitality based on tea ceremony experience and making use of a sommelier qualification.
The taste of the four seasons, based on traditional Kyoto cuisine, weaved with Kyushu ingredients
Tea kaiseki cuisine and expressing a Japanese sense of aesthetics
A Kyoto-style restaurant located near Yasaka Shrine. Must try Chef Saiki's broth and rice.
A Japanese restaurant where you can taste the four seasons of Japan, awarded two Michelin stars for six consecutive years
Sharing the tradition of Japanese cuisine from a global perspective: A modern Japanese restaurant in Daikanyama.
Home-style traditional Japanese cuisine with new sensibilities
The next generation of Japanese cuisine which preserves Japanese tradition and expresses it in new interpretations
A Japanese restaurant that commits the freshness with a good connection to the producing area
A Japanese restaurant where you can taste the sprit of hospitality and seasonal ingredients in Kyoto
A Michelin 3-star Japanese restaurant in Hokuriku where you can forget the passing of time with local ingredients
A Japanese restaurant which combines the aura of a venerable establishment with the friendliness of an old town.
The skills and styles honed over the years in a long-established traditional Japanese restaurant
Taste the feeling of seasons in relaxing fully-private rooms here
Michelin 1-Star Kyoto cuisine incorporating the styles of both traditional and kaiseki (a style that originated in conjunction with the tea ceremony) cooking, with the spirit of attention to details.
A dream collaboration of Ozaki beef and Yamayuki tuna.