Tony Bourdain and René Redzepi eat dinner at Hachi, which features local produce. Located at Takenaka twin building A building B-1.
2-18-2, Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0062
Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel
Tony Bourdain and the No Reservations crew enjoyed accommodations at Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel.
26-1 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8512
After returning to Tokyo after the completion of Cook it Raw, Tony Bourdain and David Chang go to this izakaya (drinking establishment), located under railroad tracks, for beer and yakitori (grilled chicken).
Yurakucho 2-1-10, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Tony Bourdain joins chef and restaurant owner Ivan Orkin for grilled eel.
Jiyugaoka 1-11-5, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Tony Bourdain visits a pickled fugu egg producer, Arayo. The process of pickling is made by packing fugu (blowfish) eggs in salt and rice bran for over 3 years.
Kabuto 89-1 Mikawa Nagayo-cho, Hakusan City, Ishikawa Prefecture
Tony Bourdain eats at this temple of sushi with the other chefs from the Cook it Raw event. This sushi restaurant primarily uses locally caught fish, and is considered the best in Kanazawa in terms of freshness and variety.
4-72 Ōnomachi, Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture
Beautiful ryokan (inn) where Tony Bourdain and crew stayed in the Ishikawa Prefecture. Beniya Mukayu is influenced by the spirit of Zen. All 17 guest rooms feature open-air baths and marvelous views of mountain gardens.
55-1-3 Yamashiro Onsen, Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture
Convenience store where Tony and David Chang eat the much-loved chicken nuggets.
25-16 Sakuragaokacho, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0031
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Tony Bourdain visited Satoyama for a barbecue lunch with the fellow Cook it Raw chefs. Satoyama is known as a habitat for many varieties of Japanese birds of prey as well as important region for biodiversity.
Hinoya town, Kaga City, Ishikawa, Japan
Katano Kamoike Pond
Tony Bourdain and the Cook it Raw chefs visited Katano Kamoike pond for duck hunting. Katano Kamoike pond is one of the few places in all Japan where the 300-year-old art of net-throwing hunting is still practiced.
Kaga City, Ishikawa, Japan
Sazanami Port & Nanao Fish Market
Tony and a fellow Cook it Raw chef boarded a boat at this port to see yellowtail fishing in action. After the catch, they visited the Nanao fish market.
Maintained for 18 generations, this is the oldest hot spring inn in the Yamashiro hot spring area of the Hokuriku region. Located at the source of the hot spring, it boasts the richest and most abundant waters in Yamashiro.
Yamashiro Onsen Yunogawa, Kaga City, Ishikawa
The finale to Cook it Raw, the gala dinner, took place at the beautiful Amandan Villa.