Kaiseki Yoshiyuki

An elegant space, the walls at this fine dining spot are covered with Kyoto temple roof tiles (a reference to the zen buddhist origins of kaiseki) and geometric patterns. Cut-out windows on one side of the restaurant also showcase a colorful origami flower display. The restaurant’s refined 12-course sets (from $288) change seasonally, based on what’s fresh at Tsukiji market. In the spring, bamboo shoots and sakura-themed meals are favored. In the summer, menus revolve around conger pike eel and in the autumn, pine mushrooms and chestnuts are the focus. Come winter, crab is a highlight. Unique sakes such as Jyoyondai Shichitarenijukan and Dassai 23 are also on offer.