1F., No.6, Ln.109, Sec.1, Anhe Rd.,
Daan Dist., TAIPEI

-logy [lədʒi] suffix

  1. [from Greek] the science or study of: ‘meteorology’ ‘geology’
  2. [from Latin] spoken or written discourse: ‘eulogy’ ‘anthology’
  3. [in Japanese, “roji”] an alley

-logy is a suffix indicating notions of "study" and "theory".
logy is a point of cultural connection, weaving in the experiences across Asia that have inspired us.
We use seasonal local ingredients to create an inventive style of cuisine that celebrates the diversity of Asia, while staying true to our Japanese identity.
logy is the word we have chosen to express Asia’s profound dynamism. The cuisine combines elements of our core concepts – nature, climate, people, religion and food culture – but defies categorization.
Our aim is to create a harmony that blends together the various backgrounds of our chef, our staff and our guests into a new culinary experience, here in the alleys of Taipei.


Ryogo Tahara

Ryogo Tahara was born in Hokkaido, Japan, in 1983. After getting his start at an Italian restaurant in Sapporo, he left for Italy in 2010.
He trained in some of Italy’s greatest Michelin-starred kitchens, under chefs such as Gennaro Esposito of La Torre del Saracino (* Vico Equense) and Maurilio Garola of La Ciau del Tornavento (Treiso).
In 2015, Tahara returned to Japan and worked as sous-chef for 3 years under Hiroyasu Kawate at Florilège (** Tokyo)
He opened logy in Taipei, Taiwan, in November 2018.

2019 Taipei Michelin one star
2020-2022 Taipei Michelin two stars
2021 Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants No.24
2022 Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants No.38