Narisawa Michelin Restaurant
Taking the rich culinary culture of the Satoyama, and the wisdom of our ancestors, we pass it through the NARISAWA filter to create a new, independent genre called, “Innovative Satoyama Cuisine” The Japanese term, “Ji’nen,” referring to the spirit of nature, includes people carrying on the Satoyama culture like instinct, together with the natural world. From this spirit we at NARISAWA create gastronomy Beneficial to both body and spirit, and a continuously Sustainable environment, which we call, Beneficial and Sustainable Gastronomy. – Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa
Here, diners can experience the restaurant’s celebrated omakase-style menu as it’s created according to the seasonal produce that’s been brought in that day. In this way, chef Yoshihiro Narisawa aims to bring nature to the plate by placing the focus on the key ingredients while elevating the experience through aroma and texture as well as taste. This creativity has led to the restaurant earning two Michelin stars. Narisawa was featured among our Top 100 Restaurants 2017.