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Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / KYOTO RESTAURANTS
Jan 13, 2018
Gion Nishikawa: Perfecting the sublime art of kaiseki
The highlights of a recent visit to Gion Nishikawa ranged from a little house filled with fugu to a basin in the restroom that had been transformed into a pine tree art installation.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Nov 28, 2017
Michelin dishes out new stars in 2018 Tokyo guide
The new edition includes 82 new restaurants, including five new two-star establishments and 23 entities garnering single stars, Michelin said on Tuesday.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Dec 9, 2016
How Michelin's stardust has changed Tokyo
It has become one of Tokyo's gastronomic rites of autumn. Just as sure as the leaves on the city's many ginkgo trees turn gold and scatter across pavements, the latest Michelin Guide Tokyo hits the stores each year.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Nov 29, 2016
Three-star restaurants extend streak in new edition of Tokyo Michelin guide
The selection of restaurants and hotels to be listed in Michelin Guide Tokyo 2017 was announced online Tuesday, including four restaurants that have received a three-star rating for 10 years running.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Dec 1, 2015
Tokyo retains gourmet crown in global Michelin rankings
A restaurant featuring ramen noodles took its place among the more exalted gourmet restaurants as Tokyo kept its crown as the Michelin guide's dining capital of the world for the ninth straight year on Tuesday.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Sep 9, 2015
Michelin star chef Murata plans London restaurant with farm co-op backing
Chef Yoshihiro Murata, who holds seven Michelin stars across three establishments in Kyoto and Tokyo, plans to open a restaurant in London's Mayfair serving modern dishes based on traditional Japanese cuisine.
Japan Times
JAPAN
Dec 5, 2014
Tokyo retains world gourmet crown, with most Michelin starred restaurants
Tokyo kept its crown as the Michelin guide's gourmet capital with the most starred restaurants for an eight straight year, in the first guide released since UNESCO listed "washoku" (traditional Japanese cuisine) as an "intangible cultural heritage."
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / TOKYO FOOD FILE
Nov 18, 2014
Toyoken: Narisawa's take on 'yoshoku' cuisine
Curry-rice, menchi-katsu cutlet, kani (crab) cream croquette, and kaki (oyster) fry... Dinner at Toyoken reads like a roll call of retro comfort food from a long-passed era — but with one big difference.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / TOKYO FOOD FILE
Aug 5, 2014
Sushi Iwa: High-end Michelin-starred sushi at a medium price
High-end sushi in Tokyo can be memorable and uplifting, even revelatory for those trying it for the first time. But it can also be intense and uncomfortable sometimes, what with the formality and etiquette, the inevitable language barrier and the hefty price tag.
Japan Times
JAPAN
May 15, 2014
Michelin-starred chef fears loss of tradition
At his three-star Michelin restaurant in Tokyo, Yoshihiro Murata serves elaborate 12-course meals of delicate Japanese food. But his real passion is to make sure simple, traditional food is passed on to the next generation.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
Mar 6, 2014
Japan's top chefs grapple with sustainable eating
After the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants awards ceremony in Singapore last month, chef Yoshihiro Narisawa was in high spirits, despite the late hour and the tropical February heat. His Tokyo restaurant, the eponymous Narisawa in the Aoyama district, had been named Best Restaurant in Japan for the second...
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Feb 4, 2014
Chef lures new crowdfunding chief
Osamu Ito, a former Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co. banker, is setting up a crowdfunding company that will raise money online to invest in startups, including a Michelin-starred chef's "bento" business.
JAPAN
Dec 5, 2013
Tokyo restaurants loses Michelin three-star ranking
The Michelin Guide has cut the number of Tokyo restaurants with its top rank by one, reducing the city's three-star winners for the second year in a row.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / FOOD MATTERS
Nov 28, 2013
Quality rises above the menu scandals
Since the first Tokyo Michelin guide was published in autumn of 2007, the unveiling of each new edition has become one of the major events of the gastronomic calendar. Despite the initial indignation that a foreign tire company could dare to judge Japanese restaurants, the local media have embraced the...
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink
May 31, 2013
Why it matters where our food comes from
The latest trend in fine dining has nothing to do with molecular gastronomy or pan-Latin fusion: Sustainability is the new order of the day. At the influential World's 50 Best Restaurants awards ceremony in London last month, the organizers presented their first Sustainable Restaurant Award to Narisawa,...
LIFE / Food & Drink
Dec 31, 2010
The simple but profound flavors of Buddhist temple cooking
Hidden away in the quiet backstreets of Azabu-Juban, Itosho is a self-effacing little restaurant that has been serving shojin ryori (Buddhist temple cuisine) for 40 years, remaining — until recently at any rate — one of the city's better kept secrets.

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