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Kien in Akasaka opened in 2008 specializing in authentic Japanese cuisine. It has received a Michelin Star for ten consecutive years since opening. Guests will be treated to dishes of seasonal ingredients prepared to the peak of their intrinsic deliciousness, and crafted with loving attention to detail.
Why We Recommend This
- Relish authentic Japanese cuisine flaunting the bountiful seasons of Japan. Be treated to a special encounter through food painstakingly catered to each individual, sure to become a precious memory of your time in Japan.
- Each dish presents the best of the season’s ingredients. If you visit in spring, you’ll be able to relish mountain vegetables like bamboo shoots as well as crab, pufferfish, and more. Such unique presentation, flavors, and textures are unseen outside its walls.
- Owner-Chef Hiroaki Ishizuka cultivated his talents at several famous restaurants, starting with the renowned shabu-shabu and sukiyaki restaurant Zakuro in Ginza, along with Japanese restaurants Sakuragawa in Nihonbashi and Waketokuyama in Hiroo. Kien received a Michelin Star in its first year of opening, and has retained it for 10 consecutive years since.
- The interior is decorated in Japanese designーsimple yet cozy and comfortable. There are six counter seats, where you can watch the chef cook, as well as three private rooms seating four and one seating two, providing up to 20 seats in total. Being very popular, we recommend reserving your seat in advance.
- Located in Tokyo’s Akasaka district, a hub of upscale Japanese restaurants. It can be reached on foot from several subway stations, including Tameike-Sanno Station (3-minute walk from the No.12 Exit), Roppongi-Itchome Station (5-minute walk from the No.3 Exit), and Akasaka Station (7-minute walk from the 5b Exit).
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2-18-8, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo