Michelin's recommendations for Kanto
The 10 best streetfood destinations in the world
Eating on the street does not always mean eating on the go. Some countries have made street food a genuine culinary art as evidenced by destinations such as Bangkok and Singapore, where some stalls have even received a star in the MICHELIN guide. Here is a quick overview of the thousand and one street flavours across the globe.
Nikko, an exceptional and sacred place
In 1999, the whole world paid tribute to the baroque splendour of the shrines and temples of Nikko that gleam among the giant cedars, when the complex was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These architectural masterpieces are tightly bound up with the history of the Tokugawa shogunate, which ruled from the 17C to the 19C.
Okunikko’s natural assets
In the upper reaches of the sacred city, the mountainous region of Okunikko is stunning in every season. While the cedars planted in the late 17C serve as a backdrop for the temples and shrines down in the valley, at altitude the lakes, moors and rivers surrounding Lake Chuzenji complement the perfectly formed cone of the Nantai volcano to create a fabulous landscape.