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Ginza Ugai

Gratitude drives every service here at this Ginza kaiseki restaurant. Chef Ryogo Fujii’s mastery of umami, sweetness and bitterness augments the choice quality of his ingredients, all sourced from an extensive network of suppliers across the country.
Dinner: ¥28,000-35,000
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Waketokuyama

One of downtown Tokyo’s best Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurants, a favorite of locals for over 30 years.
Dinner: ¥15,000-19,999
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Tokyo Shiba Toufuya Ukai

Located near Shiba Park, this tofu restaurant offers a serene and atmospheric space in which to dine on traditional tofu-centric kaiseki course meals. The restaurant processes Hokkaido soybeans at its own factory in Okutama.
Lunch: ¥9,000-22,000
Dinner: ¥14,000-22,000
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Yamato

Get cozy with strangers at this Michelin Bib Gourmand robatayaki restaurant in Ningyocho. Filled with binchotan charcoal, its shichirin grills see seasonal delicacies like Shimonita green onions in winter and ayu sweetfish in autumn.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
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Ginza Wakuta

Want to experience a traditional kaiseki course menu in the heart of Japan’s haute cuisine? Book a cozy, private room at Ginza Wakuta, a Ginza restaurant where the Japanese cuisine is as beautiful as it is delicious.
Lunch: ¥5,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-25,000
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Shion

Even before moving to its current Akasaka location, a philosophy of reverence for Japan’s natural beauty has always driven the traditional kaiseki cuisine at Shion. Private rooms provide a much-needed respite from the Tokyo rush.
Lunch: ¥15,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-30,000
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Chakaiseki Zushi

Inspired by both daily and ceremonial meals of old, the chef of this chakaiseki restaurant manifests pre-Edo period dining philosophies to serve his guests a traditional culinary experience steeped in tea and tradition.
Lunch: ¥5,000-20,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-25,000
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Aoyama Asada

Enjoy a beautifully prepared kaiseki course in an establishment steeped in over 300 years of tradition. Known for vibrant and intricate presentation, feast your eyes and tastebuds on Kaga cuisine, a Kanazawa and Hokuriku specialty.
Lunch: ¥10,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-25,000
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Nihonbashi Asada (Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier)

Situated on the ninth floor of the Mitsui Garden Hotel Nihonbashi Premier, this restaurant is a true gem that seamlessly blends traditional Kaga cuisine with modern culinary artistry for a truly unforgettable dining experience.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥20,000-30,000
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G -WA Selection- (Tokyo Marriott Hotel)

Billed as authentic Japanese cuisine with a French twist, the Tokyo Marriott Hotel’s G ~WA Selection~ feels just as sophisticated as its name thanks to its stylish treatment of Japanese classics in a luxurious space.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥5,000-15,000
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Nihonryori Byakuya

Nihonryori Byakuya isn’t content to stick with old ways of thinking and cooking. Set on the trendy Kagurazaka Street in Tokyo, this restaurant creates invigorating dishes based on the foundations of traditional Japanese cuisine.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-25,000
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Azabu Amishiro

Kyoto-style home-cooking comes to fashionable Azabu-Juban. Daily-changing menus feature seasonal vegetables, as well as meat and fish grilled over kishu-binchotan charcoal. Enjoy your meal with your pick from a wide range of sake.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥5,000-10,000
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Ryori-ya Tachibana

The sheer respect for Japanese aesthetic and culinary arts is palpable at this Roppongi restaurant, where Chef Kosei Tachibana delights guests with his performative yet reverent way of preparing traditional kappo cuisine.
Lunch: ¥10,000-25,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-25,000
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Ginza Konoha

Even being named one of Japan’s three great wagyu isn’t enough to pass muster at this Ginza kaiseki restaurant. Konoha uses only “maiden beef” in its kaiseki course menus, sourced from young Omi beef cattle that have not yet born calves.
Lunch: ¥5,000-15,000
Dinner: ¥40,000-85,000
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Ise Sueyoshi

A private Japanese restaurant in Tokyo offering traditional kaiseki cuisine. Chef Tanaka sources fresh luxury ingredients directly from Mie Prefecture and turns them into exemplars of the culinary form.
Dinner: ¥10,000-25,000
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Ginza Kappo Risen

Ginza Kappo Risen provides a luxury kappo experience that is comparatively accessible, all without sacrificing the quality of the food or the painstaking care put into the preparation.
Dinner: ¥15,000-20,000
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Horumonyaki Koei Honten

The oldest store in the Koei chain of horumonyaki restaurants, this Kabukicho restaurant is said to draw first-time visitors through the smell of grilling offal alone, and make them repeat customers through its affordable — and delicious — menu.
Lunch: ¥1,000-5,000
Dinner: ¥1,000-5,000
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Wami Daisuke

Located in a residential area of Tokyo’s Shirokane district, this Kyoto-style ryotei offers a highly intimate dining experience almost like a supper club, and is frequented by some of Japan’s most famous celebrities.
Dinner: ¥8,000-20,000
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Yoyogi-Uehara Yu

The supplier comes first at this Yoyogi-Uehara kappo restaurant. Chef Yusuke Imoto’s culinary philosophy focuses on conveying the hard work and passion of his farmers, ranchers and fishermen to the customer with simple, unadorned dishes.
Dinner: ¥15,000-35,000
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Akasaka Kenmochi

With seasonal produce sourced from all over Japan and served on traditional ko-imari porcelain, chef Makoto Kenmochi creates course menus that aim to tantalize all of his diners’ five senses.
Dinner: ¥20,000-60,000
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Imakoko

The bounties of Ishikawa Prefecture’s Noto Peninsula are masterfully prepared at this Shibuya establishment, founded and run by a world-class chef who once served at the Embassy of Japan in Bolivia.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥15,000-30,000
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Kappo TAJIMA

Put dinner in the hands of a chef whose experience spans Michelin kitchens, Japanese consulates, and thousands of satisfied guests both at home and abroad, with a refined yet approachable take on traditional Japanese cuisine.
Dinner: ¥15,000-20,000
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Miyuki (Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo)

The most exquisite dining experience paired with the most exquisite cuisine. Within Tokyo’s natural Sea of Clouds, Miyuki offers a variety of Japanese course meals, from kaiseki to sushi to teppanyaki.
Lunch: ¥5,000-10,000
Dinner: ¥10,000-15,000
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Okamoto

Enjoy the best of old and new at a Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant near Kamiyacho Station.
Lunch: ¥10,000-14,999
Dinner: ¥20,000-29,999
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Kaiseki Komuro

Experience the full range of Japanese seasonal flavors, in the hands of a Michelin-starred chef who cooks for the Japanese cultural elite.
Lunch: ¥20,000-30,000
Dinner: ¥30,000-40,000
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Tenoshima

A masterclass in Japanese folk cuisine, at a kaiseki restaurant in Tokyo which eschews formality in favor of friendliness
Dinner: ¥20,000-25,000
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Towa

A beef-lover’s paradise, this Michelin-starred kappo restaurant has some of the most inventive wagyu dishes around.
Dinner: ¥30,000-39,999
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Akiyama (Tokyo)

A kappo restaurant with sushiya and izakaya influences — it all ties together into a delicious, fun, Michelin-starred package.
Lunch: ¥3,000-3,999
Dinner: ¥15,000-19,999
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Frequently Asked Questions

How to reserve kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo?

Most kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo can be reserved ahead of time by making a direct phone call to the restaurant itself. However, depending on your Japanese language ability, this may prove difficult. Alternatively, there are several online booking services that support foreigners to make online reservations for restaurants throughout Tokyo and Japan. ByFood is a useful online platform where you can filter different types of restaurants (including kaiseki restaurants) according to budget and locations. Once you have picked out which kaiseki restaurant in Tokyo you want to reserve, you can easily add your reservation details to the restaurant page. ByFood will send you through a confirmation email unless the reservation is rejected, in which case you will receive a failed reservation email.

Is a reservation required for kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo?

Yes, kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo generally require a reservation. Some Tokyo kaiseki restaurants are very popular and can be totally booked up weeks or even months in advance. To avoid missing out, it is a good idea to reserve a kaiseki experience ahead of time.

What is the average cost of a meal at kaiseki restaurants in Osaka?

The average price per head for a kaiseki meal in Osaka is 15,000 yen at dinner time. However, this can range between 8000 yen and 20,000 yen, or even more. Kaiseki restaurants in Osaka often offer lunch deals, which cost an average of 4000 yen.

Kaiseki Restaurants in Tokyo

Enjoying a luxury kaiseki meal in Tokyo is one of the most incredible and authentic Tokyo dining experiences of Japanese food available. Making food into an art form, traditional kaiseki meals are sumptuous, multi-course banquets. Different courses made from carefully selected ingredients use a range of techniques covering all of the essentials of traditional Japanese cuisine: a deep-fried course, a steamed course, sashimi for freshness, and the list goes on. There are so many delicious elements that make up an unforgettable kaiseki meal. In restaurants overlooking the glittery city to traditional Japanese restaurants in local neighborhoods, experience different culinary approaches at kaiseki restaurants throughout Shibuya, Asakusa, Roppongi and more.

Enjoy the spirit of hospitality as your specialty chef serves a series of individual dishes, each referencing the different elements of Japanese cooking. Sit back and enjoy the atmosphere with each kaiseki dish presented perfectly, with a nod to the seasons. You could even find yourself staying overnight at a traditional ryokan hotel, one that’s tucked away on the underside of the big city with a kaiseki dining experience to match your stay in Tokyo.

For those who want to enjoy kaiseki ryori without the high price tag, kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo sometimes offer a lunchtime version of their spectacular meals, too. You can enjoy an abridged set meal eating the best elements of a kaiseki banquet, but without the big price tag. With the range of exquisite kaiseki restaurants available throughout Tokyo, you can still enjoy kaiseki dining at an affordable kaiseki restaurant that offers a unique cultural experience.

If you want to enjoy some of the best kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo, it is definitely worth reserving ahead of time, before you dine, especially if you are planning on visiting a Michelin-starred restaurant in Tokyo. Many high-status kaiseki restaurants are popular, so reserving beforehand means you can lock in the unique dining experience you have always wanted. Place a reservation now for a banquet that you will never forget, one full of traditional Japanese food that is cooked to perfection at a kaiseki restaurant in Tokyo.