With more Michelin stars than any other city on the planet, Tokyo spoils gourmands for sheer choice. But be sure to also visit the equally excellent local restaurants serving up favorites like soba noodles, yakitori, or ramen. Stop by the basement food halls of any large department store to taste wagashi sweets or fine French pastries. Have dinner at a real edomae sushi counter. And when you crave French or Italian, rest assured you will find world-class choices in Tokyo.
With a tantalizing choice of dining options from healthy soba noodles to elaborate multicourse kaiseki meals,
Tokyo is unrivaled as a culinary destination.
Hiroyuki Kanda's eponymous restaurant in Moto-Azabu is an ideal place to experience true Japanese cuisine at its finest.
The stylish Sakurai Japanese Tea Experience in fashionable Aoyama is the perfect place to explore the wonderful world of Japanese tea beyond the usual thick matcha.
At Matsunozushi, a family enterprise that’s been serving classic Edomae-style sushi since 1910, book a dining experience that’s complete with a tailor-made master class by the fourth-generation chef.
Producers, chefs and diners – Florilège breaks down barriers to offer you a front-row view of the ingredients, passion and techniques that produce impeccable, modern French cuisine. Surprising drink-pairings dazzle the senses. Enjoy a borderless adventure of culinary communication in Tokyo.
A boundless diversity of ingredients, techniques and cultures makes Tokyo the food capital of the world. With two Michelin stars, INUA in Tokyo offers an astounding, international look at local ingredients, and you can even enjoy a tour of the kitchen.
At Fushikino, down a cozy lane in Kagurazaka, exquisite Japanese cuisine and delightful sake pairings selected by a master Kikisakeshi sommelier and Sakasho craftsman create an unforgettable memory. Michelin star artistry and warm hospitality inspired by the tea ceremony await you.