The Day the Stars Fell on Tokyo

The telephones are still ringing in Tokyo's top restaurants three weeks after Michelin published its first Asian dining guide, Tokyo Guide, 2008, and awarded the city nearly three times as many stars as Paris. The dust is not settling. Some have complained that they are getting so many calls asking for reservations that they don’t have time to serve their customers properly. This is especially true at the eight establishments, such as the venerable Hamadaya, that received the coveted three stars.

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