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.
A one Michelin star Edo-mae style sushi restaurant in Nishi-nakasu, Fukuoka. Using fresh, seasonal ingredients delivered from nearby locations and all over the country that arrive on the same day, Sushi Sakai delivers a flavor born out of uncompromising work ethics and beautiful nigiri that can be works of art.
A yakitori restaurant in Kannonura, Asakusa, the owner with skills learned from the famous Birdland. Enjoying with a glass of high-quality sake, the technique of the chef as he brings out the powerful flavor of Kaiji Shamo chicken.
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”.