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My top three Japanese eateries in Paris

27.06.2014 | Cooking up a gem

  • Default Swarovski Wink Blog Image Kinugawa, © Matthieu Salvaing
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When I’m between trips to Japan, I find it impossible to go without this refined and ultra refreshing cuisine. Grilled eel, perfectly seasoned tartar of tuna, and delicate wagashi – a tasty trio which I have developed a real addiction for!

To sample this delicious treat in Paris’s 1st arrondissement, try:

Nodaïwa, 272, rue Saint-Honoré:
A single dish, cooked to perfection: unagi. Surprising, unexpected, and truly delicious.

Kinugawa, 9, rue du Mont Tabor:  
Newly renovated, this is a space with a beautiful ultra-modern design. On the second floor, there is the studio, an intimate room where you can admire the skillful dexterity of the sushi chefs. Their bento boxes make an ideal and delicious working lunch.

Toraya, 10, rue Saint-Florentin:
The renowned patissiers that supplied the Japanese Imperial Court. Like little jewels, they offer a collection of exquisite pastel pastries that are as delicious as they are beautiful.

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