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Tempura Kondo-A Two-Star Michelin Restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo!


Tempura Kondo is an amazing high-end tempura restaurant in chic Ginza. The restaurant's delicate and superbly prepared tempura will astonish you, both by its presentation and taste. Make sure to call ahead of time as this restaurant requires a reservation.

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Tempura Kondo (てんぷら 近藤)- A Two-Star Michelin Restaurant

Tempura Kondo is a two-star Michelin restaurant in the luxurious Ginza neighborhood. There is no shortage of high-end, amazing restaurants in the area; the competition is fierce!
This spectacular restaurant serves carefully prepared tempura cuisine.

Tempura originally comes from the Portuguese word "tempura" which meant cutting out meat. The original Portuguese dish was made by deep-frying green beans; however, the Japanese have adapted the dish over many centuries and is now made with a panoply of vegetables and seafood.
Obtaining Michelin stars is no easy task, but, with the chef's dedication and many years of experience, the restaurant rose to the top. Once you try the tempura at this restaurant, you will understand what sets it apart from all the others.


This two Michelin star restaurant isn't vegetarian per se, but they are accommodating to vegetarians. This place is a must-try because the tempura is simply exquisite. The tempura vegetables are crisp and juicy.

The restaurant's signature dishes are the prawns and the sea urchins wrapped in shiso leaf. The mix of flavours and textures will simply blow your taste buds away.
The batter is light, unlike anything you've ever had! This restaurant is highly popular so it's a little difficult to get a reservation; it is easier to go for lunch, and it's just as satisfying! It is a two Michelin star restaurant, so prepare to pay accordingly.

For lunch, it's between ¥6,500~¥10,000; and for dinner, it's over ¥20,000.


For a true tempura connoisseur, this restaurant is simply a must-try. Each dish is carefully presented and served one by one so you can you enjoy each dish's particular flavour and texture. Make sure to reserve ahead of time if you would like to try Tempura Kondo in Ginza!
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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