Ginza Yamaji is one of the best places in Ginza to get a high-end kaiseki course meal. If you've got the money to spend, you won't regret choosing Yamaji for a fancy dinner night in Ginza.
'Yoshizawa' (よし澤) in Roppongi Hills is the second location of a well-known Ginza kaiseki restaurant that has a Michelin Star. The food here is just as good, but it's much easier to get a reservation since the Roppongi location doesn't have a Michelin Star... Yet. If you're searching for an awesome kaiseki meal in Tokyo, Yoshizawa is a great option!
Reservation link included in this article! Want to try the pinnacle of Japanese traditional cuisine. Then Jushu's kaiseki cuisine might be what you're looking for!
'Rokkon' is a wonderful restaurant in Tokyo's Iidabashi neighborhood that specializes in wagyu (Japanese beef). All of the dining rooms are private, providing guests with a special dining experience. The must-try course is a magnificent wagyu kaiseki course featuring 24 different dishes for ¥6,000.
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.
This clean-lined beautiful traditional restaurant is a real gem in the Roppongi area. You can have some sublime sushi and rare Japanese delicacies as part of a kaiseki course.
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!
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.