Updated: November 07, 2018
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Makimura, a 3-Star Michelin Restaurant in Tokyo!

Shinagawa

Makimura is an exceptional 3-star Michelin restaurant in Shinagawa, Tokyo. The Chef Akio Makimura specializes in kaiseki dishes, where each dish is carefully prepared and served slowly.

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Makimura

Makimura is an exceptional 3-star Michelin restaurant in Shinagawa, Tokyo. The Chef Akio Makimura specializes in kaiseki dishes, where each dish is carefully prepared and served slowly.
You can sit at the counter which only holds six seats. It makes for quite an intimate dining atmosphere. You can also eat in the private dining room which has eight seats.
The overall decor is dominated by an elegant white colour which gives the restaurant a stern, yet beautiful Japanese feel.

Menu

The dinner is a Japanese course, called "kaiseki", which is a slow succession of beautifully and carefully prepared dishes. Chef Makimura serves intricate dishes, but with very few ingredients.
This restaurant only serves dinner, and you should expect to pay over ¥18,000 with a 10% service charge.
You will be amazed at how gorgeous these dishes are! The dish shown above is fresh "uni" (sea urchin) served in a seashell.
Chef Makimura and his wife operate as a pair, although they do not speak English, they go out of their way to be welcoming! The dishes served here are greatly influenced by what is available during that given season, which means more interesting dishes to discover each season!
The restaurant has a great sake selection to pair with the dishes. You can simply ask for suggestions.
The course will end with beautifully and simply prepared high-quality Japanese fruits. As you may be aware, Japan is the country with the most expensive fruits in the world! Click on the link below for more information on the most expensive watermelon in the world.

Finally...

Have a wonderful dining experience at Makimura for an exceptional 3-star Michelin kaiseki experience!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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