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.
Known for being one of the most fully-booked French restaurants in Japan, Quintessence showcases Chef Kishida's exceptional attention to detail. His exquisite dishes will quickly reveal why so many bookings are from repeat visitors.
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 yakitori restaurant in Fukushima, Osaka, managed by the owner with an unique history, who was trained at a Michelin starred Japanese restaurant and a yakitori restaurant. The charm of the delicate and bold courses won this restaurant a Michelin one-star.
A restaurant managed by Michel Troisgros, who has long maintained a Michelin 3-stars for his restaurants in France. This is a modern French restaurant in Tokyo that uses a variety of Japanese ingredients.
Raisin d’Or, is a Michelin one-star French restaurant in Nishi Nakasu, Fukuoka. The entire service staffs are qualified with sommelier certificates, creating an extraordinary space with great hospitality.
A Michelin one-star Spanish cuisine restaurant in Kyoto, where you can enjoy unique dishes using carefully selected Japanese ingredients. The feeling of a live performance at the counter seats is also appealing.
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.
One star Michelin Sushi restaurant.Preserving the style of Edo-sushi through fresh ingredients such as high-quality seafood, rice, vinegar, and water. First class hospitality pursuing the comfort of the customers.
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.