These Tokyo Hotels Definitely Have Michelin Star Dining

Paul Feinstein | June 29, 2018

There are 512 Michelin rated restaurants in Tokyo, and some of them are hidden in the halls of the city’s finest hotels. Whether you’re a fan of French, a connoisseur of Chinese, or just go jumping for Japanese, these mouthwatering restaurants will leave you fully sated.


Hyatt Regency Tokyo

Why it made the list

Garnering two Michelin stars, Cuisine(s) Michel Troisgros in the Hyatt Regency is yet another French restaurant with a perfect menu featuring local ingredients. From buttery strips of wagyu steak to cheese plates sent from the gods, you’ll be in dining heaven from the moment you sit down.

On the west side of Shinjuku, the Hyatt Regency is a full-se Read More


The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo

Why it made the list

Boasting one Michelin star, Azure45 inside the Ritz-Carlton is another French gem but combines incredible Japanese touches for an east-meets-west taste explosion.

The epitome of luxury, The Ritz-Carlton is among the very be Read More


ANA InterContinental Tokyo

Why it made the list

World-renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire has Michelin-starred restaurants all over the world and his eponymous spot inside the ANA Intercontinental is a two-star masterclass in French food. Every dish is a finely crafted and meticulous work of art that belongs both in your stomach and in a museum to food.

This centrally located and modestly priced hotel has a littl Read More


Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo

Why it made the list

There are actually three Michelin restaurants inside the Mandarin Oriental, a feat that no other hotel enjoys. Signature is a one-star spot and the main dining outlet serving finely tuned French cuisine. Sense also has one star and is known for its savory Chinese delicacies. And then there’s Tapas Molecular Bar, a one-star joint specializing in molecular gastronomy and the most innovative dishes in town.

With a focus on service, this luxury five-star spot will mak Read More

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