Japan gets two new three Michelin-starred restaurants

The 36-seat restaurant is located in the city of Sapporo. Sushi Miyakawa now also boasts a triple-starred ranking. Three Michelin stars denote “exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey,” while two stars represent “excellent cooking, worth a detour.”
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