[Tokyo] 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 Kawate’s imaginative modern French cooking.

Quintessence with 3 Michelin stars. Truly deserving.

3 Star Michelin – Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey!
Azabu Yukimura – Japanese (Minato-ku)
Kagurazaka Ishikawa – Japanese (Shinjuku-ku) Reserve Online
Joel Robuchon – French (Meguro-ku)
Kanda – Japanese (Minato-ku) Reserve Online
Kohaku – Japanese (Shinjuku-ku) Reserve Online
Makimura – Japanese (Shinagawa-ku) Reserve Online
Quintessence – French (Shinagawa-ku) Reserve Online
Ryugin – Japanese (Minato-ku) Reserve Online
Sushi Saito Saito – Sushi (Minato-ku) Reserve Online
Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten – Sushi (Chuo-ku)
Sushi Yoshitake – Sushi (Chuo-ku)
Usukifugu Yamadaya – Fugu (Minato-ku) Reserve Online

Nihonryori Ryugin

Sukiyabashi Jiro

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

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