Fushikino (Michelin)

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From  20,000 ~
Our Rating

Traditional Kyoto flavors can be enjoyed in the streets of Tokyo at this inviting kaiseki restaurant. Experience fabulous hospitality with a chef who has a deep understanding of this aspect of Japanese culture.

Why We Recommend This

  • The chef, having studied Japanese tea ceremony, is very familiar with the culture of hospitality and is committed to providing that experience to his guests.
  • Dishes are prepared in a way to bring out the delicious innate flavors of the seasonal ingredients and not overpower them.
  • The chef is also a certified sommelier and will prepare different sakes in a variety of ways to best complement the brand of sake and the dishes it is paired with.
  • Dishes are meticulously presented on beautiful ceramics, creating a feast for both the stomach and the eyes.
  • The intimate setting of the restaurant provides an air of luxury, feeling removed from the outside world.

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2F, Kagurazaka Tsunasyo Terrace, 4-3-11, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

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