(CNN) – The Michelin Guide, the famous French bistro, has confirmed that most of the travelers already believe that there is no food in the Tokyo world.
The Michelin Guide Tokyo 2019 in Barcelona has released this week this week in the Japanese capital, which has premiered around 230 restaurants. Of these 13, they received three stars, the highest nomination. There are 52 star restaurants and 165 star restaurants.
New Tokio guides 254 Bib Gourmand restaurants also highlight "eateries with exceptional prices" and 35 hotels and ryokans.
All of this leaves Tokio ahead of the Japanese rivals. The "Michelin Guide Kyoto Osaka 2019" restaurant has 203 Michelin stars. Paris has 113 Michelin-starred restaurants.
In 1900, the French drivers began to debut as an initial guide, in which Michelin Guide became an international authority in all the gastronomy.
Currently, the collection has 28 titles in more than 25 countries.
The only 3-star restaurant
L & # 39; Osier, a French French restaurant founded in 1973, was driven by two stars and three stars of the Tokyo star of the 2019 Tokyo star.
There is only one new star list of three stars.
Kanda, Quintessence, Joel Robuchon and Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten have retained their status for three years each year, as the guide published its first Tokyo edition in 2007.
Both Ryukyu China's dining rooms Tama (Okinawa cuisine) and Onigiri Asakusa Yadoroku – the oldest onyx restaurants in Tokyo – under the Bib Gourmand section made the first guides.
Michelin Guide Tokyo 2019: three-star restaurants
Sushi Saito (Sushi)
Azabu Yukimura (Japanese)