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Fukudaya: A 2-Star Michelin Restaurant in Tokyo [Reservation & Info]

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Fukudaya is a 2-Star Michelin restaurant in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Kaiseki cuisine is the quintessence of refined Japanese cuisine and will absolutely amaze all your senses. Kaiseki cuisine at Fukudaya is an unquestionably astounding experience.

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Fukudaya

Kagurazaka Ishikawa is a three-star Michelin restaurant in Tokyo you won't want to miss, both for the ambience and the delectable kaiseki cuisine!

Menu

There are only three lunch courses available, at ¥15,000/¥20,000/¥25,000.
The dinner courses are ¥25,000/¥30,000/¥35,000/¥40,000.

The restaurant was founded as an inn in Toranomon in 1939. At the time, the inn was frequented by many Japanese Nobel-prize winners, such as Yasunari Kawabata, the Nobel-prize winner for literature. In 2016, they moved to their present location and renovated the restaurant keeping in mind Japanese aesthetics and hospitality.
What is impressive about Japanese kaiseki cuisine is not only the care with which they prepare cuisine but also the beauty of the dishes chosen. Every aspect of the experience is delicately thought out so that customer has the most beautiful culinary experience where are the senses are stimulated.
Kaiseki truly is art on a plate, the plate being a beautiful and artful canvas in itself. Each ingredient is selected to bring out its optimal taste and so that it complements the other ingredients on the plate. What is more, the dishes are slowly served one at a time so that you can really take the time to savour each one of them. It's a very zen experience when you think about it.
What is also great is that you can also get a private Japanese tatami room to entertain your friends or your guests. It's really a wonderful space as well.

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Fukudaya is a 2-Star Michelin restaurant in Chiyoda, Tokyo. Kaiseki cuisine is the quintessence of refined Japanese cuisine and will absolutely amaze all your senses. Kaiseki cuisine at Fukudaya is an unquestionably astounding 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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