In a city known for its fine (and expensive) restaurants, Chef Zaiyu Hasegawa takes a special approach. His style, he states, is to create "homemade" dishes, inspired by his mother's cooking. For those who appreciate modern kaiseki (multi-course Japanese dinners) with some fusion touches, there is little wonder why DEN Tokyo quickly earned two Michelin stars. In review after review, the terms "inventive" and "humorous" are often repeated. It is, it seems, the chef's way of bringing the fun back to dining. Reservations are required.
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