Kyoto Yakitori with Michelin Star Offers Exceptional yet Affordable Dining Experience

Japan is home to some of the most popular dishes across the globe. Year in and year out, hundreds of thousands of globetrotters and food enthusiasts from different countries worldwide have included Japan among their bucket list of must visit countries not only because of its breathtaking view, unique culture and high end technology but most people also look forward to trying out the wide selection of delicious and iconic Japanese food which include sushi, tempura and ramen. These mouth watering dishes offer a one of a kind gastronomic experience to both locals and international tourists, alike.


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With the influx of foreign tourists who are interested in Japanese delicacies, there are a lot of Japanese restaurants in major cities in Japan that serve excellent food quality in order to cater to international standards. Among the most popular and sought after restaurants in the Land of the Rising Sun are those which earned a Michelin rating or are listed in The Michelin Guide. These restaurants are guaranteed to offer outstanding dishes at affordable prices.


Among the latest restaurant in Japan that gained the Michelin rating is Kyoto Yakitori Kazu which has opened only for one year and yet it has already caught the attention of the latest Michelin guide. One of the biggest factors that contributed to the tremendous success of this restaurant which is located in Kyoto is the chef Takashi Iikawa’s exceptional culinary skills and precise attention to details.


ChefIikawa was able to come up with a distinctive menu that features the essence of Japanese yakitori. He aspires to level up the daily food in Kyoto with the best quality. He makes sure that restaurant goers will “feel the skill and heart of the craftsman” by seeing to it that each of the skewer served is thoroughly cooked over charcoal in their presence.


Reference: Kyoto yakitori restaurant earns Michelin rating with one of the best value-for-money deals in Japan


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