Restaurants in Japan

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The restaurant is obscured behind a dramatic façade of weathered steel and glass. Regulars love this spot not just for the gently priced omakase... Read More

The restaurant is obscured behind a dramatic façade of weathered steel and glass. Regulars love this spot not just for the gently priced omakase... Read More

The restaurant is obscured behind a dramatic façade of weathered steel and glass. Regulars love this spot not just for the gently priced omakase... Read More

The restaurant is obscured behind a dramatic façade of weathered steel and glass. Regulars love this spot not just for the gently priced omakase... Read More

The restaurant is obscured behind a dramatic façade of weathered steel and glass. Regulars love this spot not just for the gently priced omakase... Read More

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba's restaurant is known for excellent, innovative kaiseki featuring artfully presented, seasonal ingredients (think: a broth... Read More

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba's restaurant is known for excellent, innovative kaiseki featuring artfully presented, seasonal ingredients (think: a broth... Read More

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba's restaurant is known for excellent, innovative kaiseki featuring artfully presented, seasonal ingredients (think: a broth... Read More

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba's restaurant is known for excellent, innovative kaiseki featuring artfully presented, seasonal ingredients (think: a broth... Read More

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba's restaurant is known for excellent, innovative kaiseki featuring artfully presented, seasonal ingredients (think: a broth... Read More

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba's restaurant is known for excellent, innovative kaiseki featuring artfully presented, seasonal ingredients (think: a broth... Read More

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba's restaurant is known for excellent, innovative kaiseki featuring artfully presented, seasonal ingredients (think: a broth... Read More

Upscale restaurant, housed in a 19th-century sake brewery, that serves traditional kaiseki featuring house-made tofu: deep-fried, smooth, or simmered in... Read More

The restaurant's name, Shunju, means spring and autumn. Dishes include items like pike eel and summer vegetables in tempura, or homemade tofu with... Read More

The restaurant's name, Shunju, means spring and autumn. Dishes include items like pike eel and summer vegetables in tempura, or homemade tofu with... Read More

The restaurant's name, Shunju, means spring and autumn. Dishes include items like pike eel and summer vegetables in tempura, or homemade tofu with... Read More

The restaurant's name, Shunju, means spring and autumn. Dishes include items like pike eel and summer vegetables in tempura, or homemade tofu with... Read More

The restaurant's name, Shunju, means spring and autumn. Dishes include items like pike eel and summer vegetables in tempura, or homemade tofu with... Read More

At this sushi restaurant, Chef Masuda serves only what is in season and looks best at the market that day. He trained under Jiro Ono for nine years, but... Read More

Hidden inside a Roppongi's Ark Hills parking garage is this world-renowned, eight-seat sushi restaurant. Inside, you'll find a sleek wooden sushi bar... Read More

Hidden inside a Roppongi's Ark Hills parking garage is this world-renowned, eight-seat sushi restaurant. Inside, you'll find a sleek wooden sushi bar... Read More

Hidden inside a Roppongi's Ark Hills parking garage is this world-renowned, eight-seat sushi restaurant. Inside, you'll find a sleek wooden sushi bar... Read More

Steaming bowls of vegan noodles, piled high with crisp vegetables and savory toppings, are served in this busy ramen joint inside Tokyo Station. Diners... Read More

Steaming bowls of vegan noodles, piled high with crisp vegetables and savory toppings, are served in this busy ramen joint inside Tokyo Station. Diners... Read More

Shojin ryori (vegetarian Buddhist monk cuisine) is served inside this temple precinct at Mt. Takao's Yakuoin. Walk-in meals are available at lunchtime. Read More

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