Dubbed as "the world's finest meal" by both locals and tourists, the phenomenon of Kyoto's kaiseki has taken the world by storm with its notion of luxurious dining that consists of multiple courses consisting of beautifully-plated food. Originally presented to the royal noble classes, kaiseki became readily available when restaurants all over Japan began offering it for prices at a better value. Sakuragawa, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Nihonbashi, takes you back to the era of Japanese nobility with the numerous shoji screens in the common room, as well as the geisha fans and watercolor paintings on their walls. Feel the seasons pass by with every bite you take, each plate made with local high-quality ingredients that make its distinct flavors stand out. Sakuragawa also has several single rooms available for guests, where you can enjoy your meal in total privacy. Sample the best of the restaurant with their various meal sets available on Klook, which comes with our convenient and hassle-free reservation service!