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Zipangu ( Traditional Japanese, Cocktail Lounges, Sushi, Tempura, Teppanyaki / Hibachi, Chinese, Live Bars/Jazz Bars, Wine Bars / Akasaka )

Zipangu / Traditional Japanese / Tokyo
  • Zipangu is stylish restaurant that belongs to Nadaman, one of the most revered traditional Japanese restaurants in the country. Their approach is to combine Western influences with Nadaman's cuisine to create contemporary Japanese food that pairs with wine.
  • Sake Kyoka

  • Traditional Japanese, Teishoku, Yoshoku ( Akasaka )
  • I was excited about Sake Kyoka, but I should have arrived earlier. I got there almost towards the end of lunch service -- at the point when I was the last customer and the kitchen staff would have com...
  • Sankame

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sankame got one Michelin star, but remains unpretentious and quite affordable. Walking into the restaurant feels like the place was suspended in time--the customers seem to be old acquaintances of the...
  • Sushiko Honten: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • The 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide awarded Sushiko Honten one star. This store dates back to 1885, and has been delighting Tokyoites ever since. They also keep a wine cellar, so you can try matching sushi ...
  • Sushi Nakamura

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Roppongi )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2009 awarded Sushi Nakamura one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. The chef/owner prides himself in sourcing only the best, and you can try some ...
  • Momonoki

  • Chinese, Michelin ( Azabu-juban )
  • The Tokyo Michelin guide 2008 awarded Momonoki one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. A Chinese restaurant with great emphasis on sourcing the best ingredients possible. ...
  • Tempura Nakagawa

  • Tempura ( Tsukiji )
  • Nakagawa's chef has worked in Mikawa, one of Japan's most famous tempura restaurants. Taking advantage of its location close to Tsukiji Fish Market, Nakagawa has fresh fish and vegetables. The cozy re...
  • Sushi Aoki: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sushi Aoki is one of the most famous, expensive and sophisticated sushi restaurants in Ginza. While the fish is always fresh, Sushi Aoki tries to achieve the perfect temperature, firmness, and taste. ...
  • Kogetsu: Aoyama

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Kogetsu is a traditional Kaiseki Japanese restaurant that has been in business since 1967. Their menus change with the seasons, so you can expect to find items like bamboo shoots in the spring, ayu (s...
  • Sushisho Saito: Akasaka

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Akasaka )
  • Sushisho saito was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. This small restaurant only offers the omakase course, which means that the chef decides the menu. Saito-san used to work at a top ...
  • Shigeyoshi: Harajuku

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Harajuku )
  • Shigeyoshi was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The head chef trained in Nagoya, and brings with him some of the flavors from that region of Japan. The cooking follows the seasons, a...
  • Suzuki

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Nakameguro )
  • Suzuki was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The food is classical Japanese, but the chefs borrow a few elements from French and Chinese cooking. Every morning, they make their way to...
  • Sushi Kanesaka: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Shimbashi )
  • Sushi Kanesaka was awarded two stars by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. They specialize in preparing edo-mae style sushi, and are known for imparting a delicate flavor to the fish through their use of ...
  • Sushi Isshin: Asakusa

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Asakusa )
  • Sushi Isshin was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. Located in the heart of traditional Tokyo (shitamachi), Isshin delivers top-quality sushi with plenty of fish coming from nearby Chi...
  • Sushi Iwa: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sushi Iwa was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The store is decorated with seasonal flowers, and the fish is of of top quality. Omakase (the chef decides) is the way to go here.
  • Sushi Ohno: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sushi Ohno was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The fish is top-quality, and the atmosphere quite relaxing. They only have eight counter seats, so be sure to make reservations.
  • Sushi Fukumoto

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Shimokitazawa )
  • The 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide awarded Sushi Fukumoto one star. The chef makes his way daily to Tsukiji to pick the best of the season. He is particularly well known for his use of sea urchin.
  • Takase

  • Traditional Japanese ( Yoyogi )
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