Michelin is pleased to unveil the selection of hotels and restaurants that make up the MICHELIN Guide Tokyo 2021. With 446 restaurants listed – including 2 new restaurants with Three Stars, 2 with Two Stars and 18 with One Star – as well as 34 hotels and ryokans, the Japanese capital continues to be one of the most dynamic and attractive destinations in the world for food and hospitality.

This 14th edition of the MICHELIN Guide Tokyo also includes a new distinction: the MICHELIN Green Star. Introduced in January 2020 in the MICHELIN Guide France and rolled out since then in no fewer than eight international editions of the MICHELIN Guide, the MICHELIN Green Star helps users easily identify role-model restaurants that are particularly committed to sustainable gastronomy.

This new selection reflects the field work carried out by the Guide’s inspectors and their in-depth research into the sustainable initiatives and virtuous practices being deployed. The restaurants awarded the MICHELIN Green Star advocate a powerful and inspiring vision that serves as an example for both the general public and their industry peers.

 

The MICHELIN Guide Tokyo 2021 at a glance:

  • 12 Three Star restaurants (of which 2 new)
  • 42 Two Star restaurants (of which 2 new)
  • 158 One Star restaurants (of which 18 new)
  • 234 Bib Gourmand restaurants (of which 35 new)
  • 6 MICHELIN Green Star restaurants
  • 34 hotels and ryokans (of which 7 new)

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