Opened in August of 2016, this French establishment has been a consistent 1 Star Michelin restaurant since 2018. Their commitment to using game meat, underused fish species, and self-grown vegetables set an example on how fine dining can help tackle today’s food problems. Lature is located a 6 minute walk from Omotesando Station’s B1 Exit.
photos: Lature official Website
Other Tokyo Green Star Restaurants
Tan is both a Bib Gourmand and Green Star recipient this year. By sourcing their food from the Tango Peninsula, and focusing on using pesticide-free organic farming techniques, anyone can enjoy fresh and sustainable Kyoto meals. Tan is a 5 minute walk from Higashiyama Station, and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Photo: Tan official website
Other Kyoto Green Star Restaurants
Soujiki Nakahigashi (Japanese)
Kodaiji Wakuden (Japanese)
Muromachi Wakuden (Japanese)
Only 1 of 2 restaurants awarded in Osaka, Terada is a traditional Kaiseki and Kappo-ryori restaurant awarded the Green Star for using environmentally friendly farming techniques, and 1 star for its quality dishes. Although located only a short walk from Tamatsukuri Station, no walk-ins allowed, you must reserve ahead of time. However, as of April 2020 and continued at least until the time of writing, Terada is also offering take-out bento boxes.
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Other Osaka Green Star Restaurants