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First reviewed by The Peninsula Tokyo
Exquisite kaiseki cuisine innovatively interpreted by owner-chef Yoshihiro Murata is offered in a serene setting that recreates the refined, traditional spirit of Kyoto. The building was designed by a renowned teahouse architect; its gardens by a noted Kyoto specialist. Chef Murata’s book, ‘Kaiseki,’ includes a foreword by chefs Ferran Adriá and Nobu Matsuhisa – a tribute to the international appeal of his culinary mastery. Two Michelin stars.