When ordering at Yuu, the adventurous should say “omakase” and leave it to the chef to select what's skewered and roasted over Japanese binchotan charcoal.
Third-generation talent and Iron Chef champion Kimio Nonaga serves up an oft-changing, haute rendition of traditional kappo cuisine.
This understated Michelin-starred gem prepares outstanding 100-percent-soba noodles that are rolled and cut by hand each day.
Sushiya translates as “sushi shop.” While the name is simple, the sushi is not.
The creamiest bowls of chicken ramen are made at this shop with two branches in Ginza.
The offerings at this tempura shop go far beyond the usual fried shrimp and mushrooms.
Sit at a counter and watch as the craftsman creates a seasonal sweet and complements it with a cup of matcha.
The breaded and deep-fried pork cutlets at this restaurant in Takashimaya department store represent the best of Japanese comfort food.