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Japan in the heart of the Marais

After China, we invite you to the country of the Rising Sun in the Marais district! 
Acumen Galerie Joseph proposes a new itinerary for you to discover Japan in the heart of the capital. Expect to experience moments of sharing in places where contemporary Japanese culture will delight your five senses.

From the rue de Bretagne to the Saint-Paul metro station, you will be introduced to the real Japan lifestyle. That through a variety of addresses: concept stores, restaurants, pastries, and even spas, not forgetting sake cellars. A guaranteed change of scenery while staying in Paris! 

Japanese restaurants in the Marais: a new culinary showcase

OGATA PARIS: an extraordinary olfactory and gustatory journey

Step through the gates of Ogata and enter an 800m2 Zen haven that offers total immersion in the Japanese art of living. 

Conceived by designer-restaurateur Shinichiro Ogata, this place, with its refined design, is built around five pillars: tea, cuisine, crafts, hospitality and culture.

On the first floor, the restaurant offers Japanese cuisine created with ingredients from the French terroir. For starters, you can choose between a duck and fig salad with sesame sauce, or lobster and tomatoes with a yuzu-koshõ sauce and other signature dishes. The culinary journey continues with the main courses: sake kasu soup, oysters with daikon, chicken wings and lotus kinpira root or charcoal grilled beef binchōtan. An extraordinary experience in the heart of the Marais with a clever mix of gastronomy and craft traditions in the Land of the Rising Sun! 

16, rue Debelleyme, Paris 3e
01 80 97 76 80

Restaurant Kei 

Kei Kobayashi is the first Japanese establishment to be awarded three stars by the Michelin Guide. 

Introduced to French gastronomy by Alain Ducasse, Kei opened his first restaurant in 2011 and obtained his first star in 2012. Known for his talent in creating culinary expeditions that challenge established codes, Kei has become a master in the art of combining the best of French and Japanese gastronomy. Kei’s signature is an aesthetic, a precision, a naturalness that he expresses in his dishes, resulting in a perfect balance between textures and cultures. 

5, rue Coq-Héron, Paris 2e
01 42 33 14 74



116 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris

Phone : +33 (0)1 42 71 20 22

Fax : +33 (0)1 42 71 00 11

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