Creating this list of the best Japanese restaurants has not been an easy task at all, but we have been guided by the aspects such as quality of the ingredients, the location and the willingness to get as close as possible to the Japanese culture, trying to collect those restaurants where a Japanese man or woman would like to eat and feel at home. We hope you will like this list.
Sukiyabashi Jiro (Tokyo)
Sukiyabashi Jiro is one of the highly celebrated Japanese restaurants. This restaurant in Tokyo is of sushi master Jiro Ono; it only has ten seats. If you pass through Tokyo, you cannot stop living this incredible dining experience.
Koy Shunka (Barcelona, Spain)
The best Japanese restaurant in Spain is certainly located in the central Barcelona namely Koy Shunka of young chef Hideki Matsuhisa. In 2013, he received his first Michelin star. Visiting this restaurant is a really sweet experience between top quality products and the sophisticated ambience.
Waku Gin (Singapore)
It is a restaurant of the master chef Tetsuya Wakuda at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. This small restaurant has four rooms where a private chef prepares tasting menus using seasonal products.
In the Mayfair district of London, we find the restaurant Kiku. Among a lot of Japanese restaurants available in London, this one stands out for the quality of its fresh ingredients and for the foods that reflect the oldest Japanese ethnicities, albeit in the humble yet the current atmosphere. It was launched in the year of 1978, when sushi was not in fashion.