2024 Michelin Tokyo Innovative Restaurant : NARISAWA (2 star)

updated: January 19th, 2024

Discover NARISAWA, a globally renowned restaurant in Minato-ku, Tokyo. Experience innovative Satoyama cuisine featuring French and kaiseki influences. Indulge in seasonal dishes like the signature "Forest Bread 2010." Join us for a memorable culinary journey in the heart of Tokyo.

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     Located in Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, NARISAWA is a world-renowned restaurant offering innovative Satoyama Cuisine.
    The restaurant has a relaxed yet sophisticated atmosphere, with table and counter seating available.
     The chef at the head of NARISAWA is Mr. Masayoshi Narisawa.
    He has gained more fame abroad than in Japan and has been selected as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world. He pursues a food culture that coexists with nature and has established his own style of innovative Satoyama Cuisine. He pays careful attention to every detail from ingredient selection to cooking, and his culinary philosophy is evident in each and every dish.
     NARISAWA is a globally acclaimed restaurant and a place where one can experience a deep love for Japanese food culture and ingredients.
    The cuisine is gentle, somewhere between French and Kaiseki cuisine, bringing out the best of the ingredients.
    Of particular note is the handmade bread called Mori no Pan 2010, which allows diners to enjoy the process of baking at their table.
    Tea pairings are also popular, offering a variety of seasonal tea and food combinations.
     Chef Narisawa's unique style and attention to detail make this restaurant worth a visit.

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