Tony Bourdain heads to Japan for the gastronomic event that is, "Cook it Raw," which brings together some of the best chefs in the world and throws them into an unfamiliar environment with unknown ...Go to Episode
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
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 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
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
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