Holding a 3-star Michelin rating for 10 consecutive years, Kanda forgoes the typical written-menu style in order to select seasonal ingredients based on the preferences of individual guests. The hospitality here is second-to-none.
Rated a 3-star Michelin restaurant for many years now, RyuGin is one of Japan's most prestigious places to dine, drawing in people from all corners of the globe. RyuGin takes great pride in showing every guest why each of the four seasons are so important to Japanese food culture.
A Michelin 3-star restaurant with a unique focus on blowfish sourced directly from Japan's Bundo Channel. To retain an aim of absolute quality, the tastes and traditions within have been protected since the restaurant first opened.
A well renowned tea kaiseki restaurant flooded with reservations from all over the country. Enjoy the moment as the spirit of tea ceremony of “Ichiza Konryu”, food, wares, and even the interior arrangement of the restaurant come together to create unity.
A tranquil Michelin one-star Japanese restaurant located in the heart of the city, with the unique concept of "a house in the mountains made in the city".
Seasonal Kaiser dishes that are in high-dimension, are served in great dinnerware and in a wonderful setting.
At the heart of Gion in Kyoto, is a teahouse where you would feel like traveling back in time to the Taisho era. Immerse yourself in Kyoto culture and experience the culture of the building, vessels, cuisine and music.
A hidden retreat in Kyoto where you are able to enjoy a variety of dishes with a diverse range of seasonal seafood. It is popular to pair each dish with sake, since it enhances the individual flavor of the cuisine.
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.