Sunday 22 May 2022 03:07 AM Biden will eat out at top-rated restaurant when he visit's Japan's prime ... trends now
President Joe Biden gets to enjoy a night on the town during his trip to Tokyo when he will join Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and get to sample some of the country's world famous cuisine.
'We express each dishes with new sense of our chef based on the tradition inherited from our founding in 1955,' according to the restaurant's web site.
The nod to history hints at another Japanese tradition: U.S. presidents gorging themselves on sushi and grilled delicacies and even hitting the bar during Tokyo outings with Japanese prime ministers, who use the events to score points at home while breaking the ice with a powerful ally.
Kuchuon offers a traditional Kaiseki menu, a set dinner where 'you can enjoy the sensibility and feelings of the chefs through every element such as materials, vessels, spaces and tastes,' according to the restaurant.
The chef prepares meals upon request, and during special events has shabu-shabu hot pots, Sukiyaki, and sushi, all amid 'breathtaking scenery' in a candle lit environment. Meals can cost around $200.
The restaurant boasts service it says it hopes will create an 'irreplaceable time