An authentic Japanese cuisine restaurant which preserves the tradition of the long-established Yamatoya, which supported the culture of Osaka's geisha town. Experience the taste of Japanese cuisine through the dishes prepared along the literary calendar and seasonal events.
A hideaway Japanese cuisine restaurant, brought to you by an owner who trained at Gifu's famous Takada Hassho, and Mita, Tokyo's Michelin two-star restaurant Japanese cuisine Haruyama. Enjoy "luxurious home cooking" with jazz playing in the background.
A new restaurant with one star from the Michelin Guide and high hopes, brought to you by a former head chef of a well-established restaurant. Experience a deliciousness that courses through the body, created with water and dashi stock.
The illusive Kuroge Wagyu beef and Japan's number one tuna. Come to the hideaway restaurant in Azabu-Juban where the luxury of enjoying at the same time the two choicest foods that top chefs have fallen in love with comes true.
A Japanese cuisine restaurant with two Michelin stars, run in a hideaway old Japanese-style house in Gion, Kyoto. Here you can feel the flow of a tea ceremony and enjoy cuisine with a delicate flavor, with particular attention paid to the dashi (soup) stock used.
Restaurant Kojyu has earned two Michelin stars for seven consecutive years in Tokyo and Ginza. What the chef representative of Japan is expressing is the flavor of the four seasons and the essence of “Japan”.
Traditional Japanese cuisine made from the freshest ingredients in Hayama, by the second-generation owner with skills refined from famous Michelin-starred restaurants. The elegance of the restaurant structure tells its history.