Michelin Star Restaurants In Tokyo & All Of Japan | Guide | Reservation

Japan is the country with the most Michelin-star awarded cities! In fact, there are 21 in Nara, 117 in Osaka, 135 in Kyoto and 304 in Tokyo!! As a base of comparison, Paris, comes in in 3rd place, after Tokyo and Kyoto, with 134 stars! If you want fine dining, you're in the right country! This guide features some of the most popular Michelin star restaurants mainly in Tokyo, but also all over Japan. The articles also include an online reservation link in English (reservation fees apply). The phone information of the restaurants is also included so you may try to contact the restaurants directly to get a reservation.

Michelin Star Restaurants In Tokyo & All Of Japan | Guide | Reservation

Yakitori 'Ichimatsu' in Osaka: Information and Reservations

Ichimatsu is the newest of just 3 yakitori restaurants in Osaka to earn a Michelin star. It's a small (12 seats) restaurant that's become difficult to reserve due to its popularity and incredibly delicious Hinai Chicken yakitori. If you're looking for the best yakitori in Osaka, Ichimatsu just might be it.

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Osaka's Kitamura: Sukiyaki to Try at Least Once Before You Die

Searching for the best sukiyaki in Osaka? Your search is over. Kitamura has been open in the same location in Shinsaibashi since 1881 and is so delicious that it earned a Michelin star.

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Mouthwatering Sushi at Michelin-Starred 'Takuzushi' in Sapporo

Takuzushi is one of Sapporo's top spots for super high-quality sushi right now. The stylish sushi shop serves super fresh sushi using the best ingredients of the season and a special red vinegar rice 'shari' that perfectly balances the flavor. If seeking high-quality sushi in Sapporo, you can't go wrong with Takuzushi.

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Kappo Iwaki: Unforgettable Traditional Japanese Kaiseki in Osaka

Kappo Iwaki is a truly outstanding Michelin-starred restaurant in Osaka's Kitashinchi, near Osaka and Umeda Station. The food here is traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine, the highest form of Japanese cooking. Anyone looking for a memorable and delicious meal that features the best of the season's ingredients should give the omakase course at Kappo Iwaki a try!

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Kisui: Michelin-Starred Kappo Cuisine in Sapporo You've Got to Try!

Hokkaido is known throughout Japan as the best place to get the very freshest ingredients, be they vegetables, meat, or fish. Japanese traditional cooking (sometimes called 'kappo') is the very best way to prepare fresh Japanese ingredients and bring out their flavors. One of the top Kappo restaurants in Hokkaido is called Kisui, which is located in Sapporo.

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You've Got to Try the Ultra-Fancy Kushikatsu at 'Kushikatsu Bon'

Kushikatsu is a local Osaka specialty and is one of the foods that every visitor absolutely has to try while in the city. There are many famous kushikatsu restaurants in Osaka, but none quite so fancy as 'Kushikatsu Bon,' which serves a fantastic omakase kushikatsu course worth dreaming about!

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Usukifugu Yamadaya: A 3-Star Michelin Restaurant Serving Fugu

Usukifugu Yamadaya in Nishiazabu Tokyo serves "fugu" (blowfish), which is considered to be one of the world's deadliest ingredients! Are you brave enough to try it? This 3-star Michelin Restaurant is undoubtedly the best possible to try it.

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Toriki - Michelin-Starred Yakitori in Tokyo

Toriki is one of just a handful of yakitori restaurants in Tokyo to have earned a Michelin Star, quite a feat for a place specializing in cuisine as seemingly simple as grilled chicken skewers. Yakitori is typically consumed as a cheap accompaniment to drinks at an izakaya, but here it's taken to the next level.

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Jiro, Saito, or Yoshitake. Whose 3-Michelin-Star Sushi is Best?

Tokyo has three Michelin 3-Star sushi restaurants. Sukiyabashi Jiro is unquestionably the most famous, thanks to the movie 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi,' but how does his sushi compare to the other 3-star restaurants?

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