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Tokyo Michelin Guide 2019 - 13 Restaurants Receive 3 Michelin Stars, 3 Ramen Shops With 1 Star

The Michelin Guide has announced results for Tokyo, and Japan’s capital city retains the honours of having the most Michelin restaurants in the world – 230 establishments in total. Some other interesting aspects of the results: French restaurant L’Osier established in Ginza, Tokyo in 1973 gets a 3-star rating once again. Famous sushi restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro retains its 3-stars for the 12th year running. There are three new 2-starred Michelin restaurants, Nabeno-Ism, Harutaka, and Kobikicho Tomoki. Ramen lovers will be please to find three stared ramen-eateries – Tsuta 蔦, Nakiryu (I tried its cup noodles – how enterprising),......

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Michelin Guide Tokyo 2018 – 12 Three Star Restaurants, Including Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten, Sushi Saito, Kanda, Ishikawa

Michelin Guide Tokyo 2018 – 12 Three Star Restaurants, Including Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten, Sushi Saito, Kanda, Ishikawa

Tokyo keeps up with its honours of the city awarded with the most number of Michelin stars – 234 starred restaurants in total. All 12 three-starred restaurants retain their stars, with 5 NEW two-starred restaurants. They are Den, Florilège, Higuchi, Hommage and Sazenka. Florilège which features Chef Hiroyasu...

November 30, 2017
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Tonkatsu Tonki - Famous Japanese Pork Cutlet Institution With An Open Kitchen Concept, At Meguro Tokyo

Tonkatsu Tonki – Famous Japanese Pork Cutlet Institution With An Open Kitchen Concept, At Meguro Tokyo

A visit to Tokyo’s famed Tonkatsu Tonki とんかつ とんき is not just about their deep fried pork cutlet, but the history it represents. Its cooking and processing system is itself a ‘show’ you can catch. This is a casual Japanese restaurant located at Meguro Tokyo, specialising in Tonkatsu...

October 27, 2017
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Saryo Tsujiri 茶寮都路里 - For The Matcha Lovers In Tokyo. Note: NOT The Same As The Other "Tsujiri"

Saryo Tsujiri 茶寮都路里 – For The Matcha Lovers In Tokyo. Note: NOT The Same As The Other “Tsujiri”

Matcha lovers from Singapore to Tokyo and Kyoto may get confused between the different “Tsujiri”s around. Just for your information, the Tsujiri chain store that we see in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, Bangkok, Malaysia, Melbourne, is NOT the same as the famous Gion Tsujiri found in Kyoto and...

May 29, 2017
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Taimeiken Tokyo - Soft, Fluffy Omurice. Oddly Satisfying When You Cut Through The Egg

Taimeiken Tokyo – Soft, Fluffy Omurice. Oddly Satisfying When You Cut Through The Egg

I must admit there was something about the slicing of the wobbly Japanese Omurice at Taimeiken that was oddly satisfying. Taimeikan is established in 1931, known to be a pioneering Western style Japanese restaurant that specialises in Yoshoku cuisine. Yoshuku cuisine gained popularity in Japan after 1868 when...

April 26, 2017
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