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Japan claims a total of 796 Michelin-starred restaurants, compared to France’s 609. This includes 656 one-star restaurants, 113 two-star, and 27 three-star. No matter how you compare them, Japan is clearly the fine dining capital of the world. Should you find yourself in Kyoto, you can try the world’s most expensive restaurant, Kitcho Arashiyama. At an average of $600 USD per person, Kitcho offers expertly crafted meals made from the finest ingredients.
If fine dining is one of the reasons you love to travel, then take a look at our Asia voyages. Wherever you go, you’ll be able to find some of the best food in the world.