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Anyone having same issues when logging in through facebook?

about 8 hours ago

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Hello Saito san, not sure if it's possible (since they are probably all very good or equal) but would you be able to rank these restaurants in terms of your most favorite to least? Kimoto, Iyuki, Hoshino, Shinohara, Matsukawa, Ogata, Kataori, Yamagishi, Doujin.

Thank you!

5 days ago

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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

It may not be an ideal way of kaiseki cuisine in the sense that it doesn't make very elaborate dishes, but Kataori, which offers dishes that maximize the quality of the finest ingredients, is my favorite these days.

1. Kataori
2. Ogata
3. Kimoto
4. Hoshino
5. Yamagishi
6. Iyuki
7. Shinohara

2 days ago
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Thank you very much Saito San. If not too much trouble I would love to know where Matsukawa, Doujin, Mitaka, and Seizan would fit in that list.

1 day ago
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Kataori is also my favorite! But Ogata...

about 9 hours ago
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@guest You don’t like Ogata? Any particular reason?

about 8 hours ago

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Hi Saito San and all, hope you are staying well and safe. I have an etiquette question. Would it generally be considered rude or offensive to ask to buy gift cards from restaurants that one visited before, to show support during this difficult time? Or does it pretty much depend on the place? Thanks!

6 days ago

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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

While I don't think there's anything wrong with it at all, I was wondering if there are very few restaurants in Japan that issue their own gift cards in the first place.

6 days ago
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Thank you!

5 days ago

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What are the ways to make a reservation at Hasegawa Minoru now? I had two reservations made via OMAKASE in 2020 but had to give away due to the travel restrictions.

6 days ago

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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

It seems they rarely accept reservations from new customers now.

6 days ago
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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

I visited once just after they opened, but I didn't find the food to be anything special, so I haven't revisited since.

6 days ago

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hello Saito San, Happy new year. Can I ask your opinion about a restaurant called Unis. Have you been or heard of this restaurant? Is it supposed to be a top French restaurant in Tokyo? Below is Tabelog link for Unis.

Thank you

https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1308/A130802/13253159/

13 days ago

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Leo Saito

chief editor, TokyoTableTrip

New restaurant is run by Yakushijin-san, a former sous chef at the very popular French restaurant, Sugalabo.
I have yet to visit this restaurant my self.
It is a restaurant that attracts top-class attention, but I am not sure if it is one of the best.
However, if you are interested in French cuisine in Tokyo, I think it is worth a visit.

13 days ago
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thank you very much Saito San

12 days ago

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