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With an ever-changing menu based on the daily availability of produce, Tokyo's Beard brings an international flavor to the Japanese capital.

At his restaurant, Beard, Shin Harakawa fuses a simple Japanese approach to cooking with ingredients and produce from around the world. With culinary references to Italy, Spain, Mexico, the Middle East and Asia, a visit to the restaurant is guaranteed to be a captivating journey into how globality can shape what we eat.

Beard
1-17-22 Meguro, Meguro-ku,
Tokyo (03) 5496-0567
Japan

  • Photographer:
    Hideaki Hamada
  • Photographer:
    Hideaki Hamada
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