A Michelin 1-starred French restaurant that honors the bounty of the “blue forest”
A small bistro in Naka-Meguro specializing in fascinating offal cuisine
Light, original French cuisine that utilizes Japanese-style culinary “subtraction.”
Woven just like a tale, a gem of a French restaurant where you can feel the quality of the ingredients.
The choicest quality sushi with specially selected seafood in Shimomaruko, a retro city along the Tokyu Tamagawa line.
Located in Nakameguro, this kiln-grilled Wagyu steak house uses white charcoal from Kishu.
Taste rare part of fresh chicken at the Yakitori restaurant listed on Michelin Guide
Different from the typical style and has a free expression
The first Japanese chef to be awarded a star by the Italian Michelin Guide makes a triumphant return to Tokyo
Independent from “Sushisho” group, 3 kinds of rice delicated combining used in this Michelin 1-star restaurant
A refreshing Japanese restaurant evolving while respecting the tradition of Japan
A sushi resaturant where you can savor real tuna served with either soy sauce, garlic soy sauce, or in aburi (roasted) style.
Yakiniku that does not use any chemical seasoning and provides natural wine. Enjoy a new style of Yakiniku restaurant.
Customers can enjoy the seasonal blessings of Tottori Prefecture in Tokyo. Enjoy the stylish Japanese cuisine in a hidden place in Daikanyama.
Char-grilled Italian Made with Dry-aged Beef
Authentic French cuisine and a calm atmosphere, located in Gohongi
Combining the sophisticated France and delicate of Japan, showing you the lively of nature.
Enjoy the plentiful volume and variety of ingredients in each and every dish and learn why the locals of Sakurashinmachi come for the hospitality of this French restaurant daily.