Tokyo Michelin Guide 2016 – These Are The Top 13 Tokyo Restaurants

Tokyo Michelin Guide 2016  - These Are The Top 13 Tokyo Restaurants
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[Tokyo] With the coming Michelin Guide of Singapore being the talk of the town, the Michelin Guide for Tokyo 2016 is featuring 13 restaurants with 3 stars, 51 restaurants with 2 stars and 153 restaurants with 1 star.


Petit Four from Les Créations de Narisawa which has 2 Michelin stars

Some of the highlights:
– Kohaku is the new 3-starred restaurant.
– There are three new 2-starred restaurants, including Dominique Bouchet, Beige Alain Ducasse and Momonoki.
– Sugamo’s Tsuta is the first ramen shop to ever receive a Michelin star. It just received a 1-star.
– There are 14 new restaurants with a 1-star, including soba shop Yamori and Italian restaurant Da Olmo.


Quintessence with 3 Michelin stars. Truly deserving.


Esaki, a small and elegant Japanese establishment with 3 stars.

3 Star Michelin – Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey!
Esaki – Japanese
Ishikawa – Japanese
Joel Robuchon – French
Kanda – Japanese
Kohaku – Japanese
Makimura – Japanese
Quintessence – French
Ryugin – Japanese
Saito – Sushi
Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten – Sushi
Yamadaya – Fugu
Yoshitake – Sushi
Yukimura – Japanese


Nihonryori Ryugin

2 Star Michelin – Excellent cooking, worth a detour!
Ajiman – Fugu
Beige Alain Ducasse – French
Crescent – French
Cuisine (s) Michel Troisgros – French
Daigo – Shojin
Dominique Bouchet – French
Edition Koji Shimomura – French
Esquisse – French
Fukudaya – Japanese
Fukuju – Japanese
Goryukubo – Japanese
Hamadaya – Japanese
Hatsunezushi – Sushi
Ichigo (Ginza) – Japanese
Jushu – Japanese
Kadowaki – Japanese
Kikuchi – Japanese
Kikunoi – Japanese
Kimura – Sushi
KM – French
Kogetsu – Japanese
Joku – Japanese
Komuro – Japanese
Kondo – Tempura
La Table de Joel Robuchon – French
L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon – French
Le Mange-Tout – French
L’Effervescence – French
L’Osier – French
Mizutani – Sushi
Momonoki – Chinese
Narisawa – Innovative
Okamoto – Japanese
Pierre Gagnaire – French
Ren – Japanese
Ryuzu – French
Sant Pau – Spanish
Sawada – Sushi
Seisoka – Japanese
Seizan – Japanese
Sekiho-tei – Japanese
Shigeyoshi – Sushi
Sukiyashibashi Jiro (Roppongi) – Sushi
Taku – Sushi
Toyoda – Japanese
Tsujitome – Japanese
Uchitsu – Tempura
Umi – Sushi
Waketokuyama – Japanese
Yunke – Korean
Zurriola – Spanish


Sukiyabashi Jiro

You can refer to http://gm.gnavi.co.jp/home for the full list.

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