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From Maria on the Accessible Japan website:
I would also like to ask if maybe anyone knows if the Michelin-starred soba restaurant, Kyourakutei, is wheelchair accessible. It seems so (in google photos), however I was wondering if it is spacious enough on the inside, so for example two-three wheelchairs can fit.
I would also like to ask if anyone has to suggest a Michelin-starred restaurant in Tokyo, which would be wheelchair accessible and budget friendly!
Not enough of a food connoisseur to give recommendations, but according to Gurunavi, Kyourakutei is wheelchair accessible:
Here are some pictures of the inside:
Whoa, thnxx! That helps a lot! It seems quite spacious for the Japanese standards; do you think 2-3 wheelchairs can fit?
From the looks of it, the counter looks accessible, but the tables may be smaller booths and not accessible… it would also depend on the wheelchair sizes.
On the Gurunavi site there is a link for “English reservation support”, they can help you best I think!
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