Anyone looking to experience Japanese haute-cuisine in a more relaxed atmosphere should look to this kappō-style restaurant. Third-generation chef—and 2002 Iron Chef champion—Kimio Nonaga displays his artistry in every element of Nihonbashi Yukari's menu. Dinner here is a multicourse affair, with each dish showcasing the freshness and quality of the seasonal ingredients. To witness him at work, and get the full kappō dining experience, be sure to request
a counter seat when making reservations. As a bonus, Nihonbashi Yukari also offers a lunch setting for around ¥3,500, which is unusual for this kind of restaurant.