In terms of Michelin-starred restaurants, Japan is the place to visit, as it is the epicentre of Michelin stars in the world. Here is a guide on which outstanding restaurants to try in Japan and how to make a reservation. Santé!
Seasonal Cuisine Nakashima is an exquisite 3-star Michelin restaurant in Hiroshima. You can try Hiroshima's local and seasonal ingredients prepared in the best possible way imaginable.
Akasaka Kikunoi is a 2-Star Michelin Restaurant right in Akasaka, Tokyo. Although it is in the centre of one of Tokyo's most famous and business district, you will feel as though you are in calm and beautiful Kyoto. What a wonderful escape for a few hours!
This 2-Michelin star kaiseki restaurant serves exquisite traditional Kyoto flavors in the middle of Tokyo.
Kaiseki cuisine is a completely unique dining experience that you must try at least once while you're in Japan. Kaiseki is a series of beautifully presented dishes. Kaiseki generally is quite pricey, but not all of these restos are. Check out our list of kaiseki restaurants you need to try in Kyoto!
For sublime kaiseki Japanese cuisine, one name that is known by connoisseurs of the genre is Ginza Koju, in Ginza, Tokyo. Here is what to expect at this high-end Tokyo restaurant.
Want to discover Japan's vegetarian and tofu cuisine? Then you have got to visit Sasanoyuki in Tokyo! The tofu maker is legendary for its sublime tofu-based cuisine.
Kaiseki cuisine is a typically Japanese type of cuisine which everyone should try at least once during their trip to Japan. If you want a taste of Kyoto's splendid unique cuisine, be sure to make a reservation at the 1-star Michelin restaurant, Jiki Miyazawa.
Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama is a breath-taking restaurant located in Arashiyama, Kyoto. They serve beautifully prepared kaiseki cuisine with a view on the stunning garden. You are bound to have an incredibly memorable dinner!