With the most Michelin stars of any city in the world, Tokyo is a foodie paradise that offers not only some of the best food in the world, but the chance to try it on a budget.
While fine-dining courses at prestigious restaurants in London or Paris can cost you a not-so-small fortune, the Tokyo Michelin star restaurant scene has an affordable flavor that stays true to the world’s most trusted food guide. Created in 1900 by the Michelin brothers (yes, the ones from the tire company) to encourage more road users in France, the restaurant and hotel guide was supposed to highlight locations that would encourage people to take more trips—and thus wear down their tires. Initially focused on France and then Europe, Tokyo
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