Admittedly, we might be a little prejudiced, but when we think that Tokyo has received more Michelin stars than both Paris and New York, we think Japan just might have the best food in the world!
So come and join us for Japan Restaurant Week! During the 24-day period from Jan. 27th (Fri.) to Feb. 19th (Sun.), participating restaurants will be offering special lunch and dinner menus at reasonable prices. Some are also offering a special children's menu (for children under six) for those who would like to make dining out a family affair. This is when we open the doors of some of our finest culinary treasures featuring cuisine from all over the world to our international visitors and locals alike. And with premium restaurants, including some Michelin star establishments, offering spectacular menus at prices that won't break the bank, you would be hard pressed to find a reason why not to go! The location of participating restaurants includes Tokyo and its surrounding environs, Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe areas.
Restaurant Week is a twice yearly (winter/summer) event that began in New York about 20 years ago, but just recently started in Japan, where it is also held two times a year. Don't forget that Restaurant Week in Japan will be held again this summer! We look forward to seeing you!
Reservations will be taken from January 17th. This is when you can finally go to the restaurants that you have always been dreaming about!
For more information, visit Japan Restaurant Week 2012.
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