RyuGin is one of the most prestigious Japanese restaurants in Japan, and has kept three Michelin stars for many years. You can enjoy real Japanese cuisine and feel the spirit of "wa (harmony)" within the amazing Japanese cuisine served here.
Japanese restaurant serving Japanese cuisine pairs perfectly with Japanese sake. Located at Ginza, foreign guests can experience the hospitality from Okami who lived overseas for years, wearing kimino and speaking fluent English.
A traditional Japanese restaurant with a long history, and a continuous Michelin star holder, located in Fushimi, Kyoto. Here you can enjoy the local sake of Fushimi along with Kyoto-style Kaiseki course in fully-equipped private rooms and graceful Japanese spaces.
Located in Shimbashi, Tokyo, the restaurant handles a range of seafoods including, in addition to sweetfish, 'fugu' (puffer fish), crab, monkfish and turtle. You can also try the exclusive brand of local 'sake' (Japanese rice wine).
A Japanese restaurant near Tokyo's Omotesando station. Counter and tables are all private room style. You can enjoy Japanese food while enjoying the garden where you can taste the transitions of the four seasons in Japan.
Single Michelin awarded Washoku dining in Araki-cho. Run by an owner-chef with training in famous restaurants in Kyoto and Tokyo, who presents cuisine that brings out the umami flavor of seasonal ingredients across the board.
Behind the streets of Mita stands the Tokyo tower, and in the basement hides the Michelin two-starred Seizan. You will be surprised with the dignified atmosphere leading to the restaurant, and you are sure to be drawn into the graceful dining experience here.
A Japanese, single Michelin starred, restaurant close to Midtown Roppongi. The store uses seasonal vegetables and edible wild plants from the owner's hometown of Nagano to make specialized dishes for your dining pleasure.