Review excerpt: Tokyo's Aoyama Kawakami-an serves soba noodles by day but adds wine, wagyu and sometimes even a DJ.
Review excerpt: Unlike other fashionable restaurants that focus on the usual Italian-inflected fare, the menu at Lakan-ka is based on light, wholesome Japanese cooking.
Review excerpt: Bees Bar by Narisawa — the name is a nod to Narisawa’s logo — is the ideal bar as a place to limber up with aperitifs or close out an extended meal with a few postprandials.
Review excerpt: After a selection of appetizers at Tadenoha — mostly seasonal vegetables and mushrooms that go well with sake or Kumajochu, the renowned shōchū from chef Kozuru’s home region — the dinner unfolds through half a dozen courses.
Review excerpt: The restaurant An Di explores and creates its own interpretation of what Vietnamese food might taste like in Japan.
Review excerpt: The main reason why tables at Mimosa are still in such hot demand is because the chef is serving some of the most satisfying Shanghai food in Tokyo.
Review excerpt: Takashi Imai's new place, Yakitori Imai, is set back from view on a quiet residential side street, it is spacious and modern, with discreet down lighting and jazz on the sound system. He has 30 seats at the long counter that runs ...
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