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List of restaurants in Tokyo

This is a list of notable restaurants in Tokyo, Japan.

Restaurants in Tokyo

Michelin 3-starred restaurants

The Michelin Guide for Tokyo was started in 2008.

Name Location Cuisine 2011

(14)[7]

2012

(16)[8][9]

2013

(14)[10]

2014

(13)[11]

2015

(12)[12]

2016

(13)[13]

2017

(12)[14]

2018

(12)[15]

Araki Ginza, Chūō Sushi 3 stars 3 stars Closed in 2013, relocated in 2014[16]
Azabu Yukimura Azabu-Jūban, Minato Japanese 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Esaki Shibuya Japanese contemporary 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars Relocated in 2017[17]
Ginza Koju Ginza, Chūō Japanese 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars
Hamadaya Chūō Japanese 3 stars 3 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars
Ishikawa Shinjuku Japanese 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Joël Robuchon Meguro French contemporary 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Kanda Minato Japanese 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Kohaku Shinjuku Japanese ? 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
7chome Kyoboshi Ginza, Chūō Japanese Tempura 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 2 stars - - - -
Makimura Shinagawa Japanese 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 2 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Quintessence Shinagawa French contemporary 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Ryugin Roppongi, Minato Japanese contemporary 2 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten Ginza, Chūō Sushi 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Sushi Mizutani Ginza, Chūō Sushi 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 2 stars 2 stars Closed in 2016[18]
Sushi Saito Minato Sushi 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Sushi Yoshitake Ginza, Chūō Sushi - 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars
Usukifugu Yamadaya Minato Fugu 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars 3 stars

See also

References

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  16. ^ "Opening The Araki - Premier Construction News". Premier Construction News. 2015-01-07. Retrieved 2018-10-09.
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