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Michelin Guide Tokyo 2014

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Michelin Guide Tokyo 2014

The Michelin Guide for Tokyo 2014 (which includes Yokohama and Shonan) has been released with the big news being that three restaurants debuted in the guide with a two-star rating.

Goryukubo, Dominique Bouchet and Yunke all entered the guide with two stars something that used to be a rare occurrence. Three other restaurants went from one to two stars with Sant Pau, Taku-tei and Uchitsu all gaining their second star.

In the three star ratings Michelin actually dropped one establishment, the famous tempura restaurant 7 chome Kyoboshi which dropped from a three to a two star rating. The Tokyo edition now includes 14 three star restaurants, 13 of which are in Tokyo and one in Shonan.

There were a total of 15 new one star ratings awarded in the guide with 14 in Tokyo and one in Yokohama.

In total the Michelin Guide for Tokyo 2014 contains 14 three-stars, 59 two-stars and a massive 208 one-stars.

Below is a list of all those restaurants to gain stars in the Tokyo Michelin Guide 2014.

Existing Three-Star Restaurants
Azabu Yukimura - Tokyo
Esaki - Tokyo
Ginza Koju - Tokyo
Ishikawa - Tokyo
Joel Robuchon - Tokyo
Kanda - Tokyo
Quintessence - Tokyo
Ryugin - Tokyo
Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten - Tokyo
Sushi Mizutani - Tokyo
Sushi Saito - Tokyo
Sushi Yoshitake - Tokyo
Usukifugu Yamadaya - Tokyo
Koan - Shonan

New Two-Star Restaurants
Dominique Bouchet - Tokyo
Goryukubo - Tokyo
Yunke - Tokyo
Sant Pau - Tokyo
Uchitsu - Tokyo
Taku-tei - Shonan

New One-Star Restaurants
Akasaka - Tokyo
Chez Olivier - Tokyo
Collage - Tokyo
Eighty One - Tokyo
Gentil H - Tokyo
Il Pregio - Tokyo
Kuroiwa - Tokyo
La Tour d'Argent - Tokyo
Le Bourguignon - Tokyo
Pellegrino - Tokyo
Sense - Tokyo
Sushi Tokami - Tokyo
Ten-masa - Tokyo
Tirpse - Tokyo
Sushi Otowa - Yokohama

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