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European
8 reviews
Sitting pretty on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt, the New York Grill offers great views and Stateside-sized portions. — Rough Guide
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European
5 reviews
Tucked away in a side street in Tokyo'€™s glitzy Ginza district, this Art Nouveau-inspired restaurant is among our top choices for a fine French meal. — Gayot
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European
8 reviews
Black laquer, red accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows set the tone for French celebrity chef Joel Robuchon's Roppongi Hills venue. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
5 reviews
Located in the penthouse of the Chanel Building in Ginza, this Michelin two-starred restaurant is a collaboration between the French fashion house and renowned chef Alain Ducasse. — Travel + Leisure
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Japanese
8 reviews
Upscale restaurant, housed in a 19th-century sake brewery, that serves traditional kaiseki featuring house-made tofu: deep-fried, smooth, or simmered in ginger. — Travel + Leisure
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Japanese
7 reviews
A squat building set in its own quiet garden, this restaurant is refined yet informal. For locals, it is just the neighborhood noodle joint, albeit one with a century of history. — DK Eyewitness
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French
4 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
6 reviews
With branches throughout the world, this Japanese restaurant from owner-chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa has its main branch in New York. — Time Out
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French
3 reviews
Fine dining in a château in the middle of Tokyo. — Gayot
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Japanese
6 reviews
Rambling, wooden restaurant specializing in okonomiyaki. — Rough Guide
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European
3 reviews
This ground-floor restaurant offers nouveau French cuisine at a fraction of what meals cost at its more expensive, more romantic, and much more formal sister Joël Robuchon Restaurant. — Frommer's
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Japanese
3 reviews
A visit to Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten should be treated with the utmost reverence – just try not to show your surprise when the meal ends about 20 minutes after it started. — Time Out
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Japanese
Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
5 reviews
The cramped seating, boisterous laughter, and cigarette smoke here make for a convivial dining experience. — DK Eyewitness
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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
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
Hidden inside a Roppongi's Ark Hills parking garage is this world-renowned, eight-seat sushi restaurant. — Travel + Leisure
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Japanese
6 reviews
Concept restaurants live or die by the staff’s level of enthusiasm, and the over-the-top performances here are what sell the whole experience. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Vegan and Vegetarian
4 reviews
Shojin ryori is meat-free and based on the concept of appreciating simple food; various root vegetables are used as a starting point. — Michelin Guide
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Japanese
5 reviews
5th-generation owner-chef Kanejiro Kanemoto keeps alive a family tradition – he is a chef who was born to grill unagi and has dedicated his life to it. — Michelin Guide
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European
2 reviews
Benoit is a bistro established in the 4th arrondissement of Paris in 1912 and run by the Petit family for three generations. — Michelin Guide
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