Trained under their fathers, the older brother focuses on sushi while the younger brother provides professional service and excellent pairing, this is the new sushi restaurant presented by Kimiyas for the new era in Miyazaki.
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.
Authentic Edo skills and top quality food, atmosphere, wares, and customer service. Paying particular attention to everything that is required to make a restaurant, and creating a pleasant time with guests.
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 French cuisine restaurant that serves dishes pursuing eternally unchanging taste and beauty, with a collection of over 200 types of wine. The restaurant is also known for its great, comfortable service.
A sushi restaurant where the third-generation restaurant owner thrills gourmands from around the world with its superb seafood purchased uniquely and bold performances. In addition, unique sushi such as the eel burger is incorporated and leads guests with excitement and astonishment.
A second-generation restaurant owner with experience teaching about sushi abroad breathes new life into a well-established sushi restaurant. Sushi with the motto "the most delicious sushi on that day" enthralls Japanese and foreign fans alike.
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.