Tadayoshi Matsukawa doesn’t like publicity and doesn’t share much about himself, but of what is known about this man is that he happens to have the No. 1 restaurant in all of Japan.
Before opening his own restaurant, Matsukawa helmed Seisoka, a Michelin two-star restaurant that only offered dining in three private rooms and six counter seats.
If you think it’s easy to sample Matsukawa’s dishes, you will have to be invited. His restaurant is invitation- and cash-only and will cost more than $300 to enjoy the multi-course meal. The restaurant only seats 22 people who are served what Matsukawa and his team have chosen to make for the evening.