We brought the stars out
Nabe Seizan is an offshoot of Seizan in Tokyo, a two-Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant. As the name suggests, they specialise in nabe, or Japanese hotpot, and is operated omakase style: there is only one set for lunch or dinner.
Taste the quality of a 2-michelin star Nabe specialty shop
Nabe Seizan’s Chef, Tokyo-born Haruhiko Yamamoto is only 35 years-old, and has been running Seizan in Japan for 5 years. His style of cooking is light, throwing a spotlight on the natural, true flavours of each ingredient, and not relying on sauces. Enjoy Chef Yamamoto’s hearty Nabe, available for the first time outside Japan at Japan Food Town, prepared with the same quality and dedication worthy of 2 michelin stars.
Young chef preparing the appetiser