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Japanese
9 reviews
With its rambling garden, carp ponds, and traditional architecture, Tofuya Ukai resembles a feudal mansion. — DK Eyewitness
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European
5 reviews
The French chef, who has worked in Paris and Tokyo, carefully selects quality ingredients and bases his cooking on classic cuisine while pursuing his own original ideas. — Michelin Guide
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European
8 reviews
Experience the contemporary French cuisine via the degustation, prix-fixe or a la carte menus. — Gayot
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European
Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
5 reviews
The cutting-edge French fare incorporates Japanese ingredients, such as vegetables from Kamakura, veal from Hokkaido and Meishan pork from Ibaraki. — Michelin Guide
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European
7 reviews
We suggest heading to the Park Hyatt’s New York Grill, where a selection of the best cuts are on the menu and outstanding views of the city are thrown in to boot. — Wallpaper
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Japanese
3 reviews
This Ginza restaurant serves what is arguably the best sushi in a town that takes its raw fish very seriously. — Gayot
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Japanese
4 reviews
Top-level traditional French restaurants would never think of confining themselves to recipes from a century ago, and there's no reason why kaiseki should eschew creative innovation. — Condé Nast Traveler
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French
3 reviews
Though this is a decidedly international restaurant, unique Japanese products are still the focal point. — The World's 50 Best Restaurants
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Japanese
7 reviews
Located in an old bathhouse, this long-running tonkatsu restaurant serves up great-value set meals from ¥1580. The actual bathhouse bit is the smoking section of the restaurant. — Rough Guide
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Japanese
6 reviews
Tokyo's trendiest restaurant is neither as difficult to book nor as expensive as its counterparts in New York or London. — Gayot
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Japanese
Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
5 reviews
This izakaya is located directly under the tracks of the Yamanote Line, making the wooden interior shudder each time a train passes overhead. — Fodor's
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Japanese
3 reviews
Try the 15-item omakase for lunch and the 20-item omakase for dinner. The rice is carefully cooked so that each grain stands out. Prices may be high but the restaurant attracts plenty of sushi lovers. — Michelin Guide
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European
3 reviews
French convivialité is the underlying theme of the restaurant and a favourite word of Joel Robuchon. — Michelin Guide
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Japanese
7 reviews
This renowned noodle shop makes its own soba; housed in one of the few remaining 1920s buildings in the city; includes a small garden — National Geographic
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Japanese
Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
5 reviews
One of the finest tempura (vegetables and seafood) restaurants in the city, Ten-Ichi’s flagship outlet in Ginza has a plush traditional feel and offers impeccable service. — DK Eyewitness
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Japanese
3 reviews
Gyōza (dumplings) are the only thing on the menu here, but you won’t hear any complaints from the regulars who queue up to get their fix. — Lonely Planet
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Japanese
3 reviews
The nigiri is quite large as he wants people to leave feeling like they’ve really eaten sushi. Made with akazu and rice vinegar, the rice has a mild sourness and goes well with the toppings. — Michelin Guide
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Japanese
4 reviews
Regulars are known to make their next booking as soon as they finish a meal at this three-Michelin-starred spot — Condé Nast Traveler
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Japanese
Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
4 reviews
Owner-chef Fumio Kondo travels the country in search of good produce, like asparagus and corn from Hokkaido, and log-cultivated shiitake mushrooms from Iwate. — Michelin Guide
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Japanese
4 reviews
Hardly your typical, surly rāmen-ya, Afuri has upbeat young cooks and a hip industrial interior. — Lonely Planet
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