[Tokyo] 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), and Sobahouse Kiniro Hototogisu. (Sobahouse Kiniro Hototogisu has a branch in Singapore called Konjiki Hototogisu Singapore, located at CHIJMES.)
Onigiri lands a spot on the Bib Gourmand with Onigiri Asakusa Yadoroku being listed.
Here are 13 restaurants in Tokyo with 3 stars:
3 Star Michelin – Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey!
Azabu Yukimura – Japanese (Minato-ku) Reserve Online – Yukimura
Kagurazaka Ishikawa – Japanese (Shinjuku-ku) Reserve Online – Kagurazaka Ishikawa
Joël Robuchon Restaurant – French (Meguro-ku) Reserve Online – Joël Robuchon Restaurant
Kanda – Japanese (Minato-ku) Reserve Online – Kanda
Kohaku – Japanese (Shinjuku-ku) Reserve Online – Kohaku
L’Osier – Friench (Chuo-ku) Reserve Online – L’Osier
Makimura – Japanese (Shinagawa-ku) Reserve Online – Makimura
Sushi Saito – Sushi (Minato-ku) Reserve Online – Sushi Saito
Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten – Sushi (Chuo-ku)
Sushi Yoshitake – Sushi (Chuo-ku) Reserve Online – Sushi Yoshitake
Usukifugu Yamadaya – Fugu (Minato-ku) Reserve Online – Usukifugu Yamadaya
You can refer to http://gm.gnavi.co.jp/restaurant/list/tokyo/ for the full list.