Eating In Japan For Less Than An Emperor's Ransom

Know people back from Tokyo with tales of outlandish prices? They may have eaten at a place so exclusive it has no name. Hidden in a back street of the Nakano district, it restricts entry to members and their guests. The proprietor serves only one group of seven each evening, plying them with the choicest seasonal seafood, Matsuzaka beef (a Japanese specialty), and obscure mountain vegetables, all served on centuries-old dishes. Price per head: $300, thank you.

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