Gabriel Kreuther, Ichimura at Uchū, and L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon are this year’s new two-star spots. But I can’t say that I’m surprised—the restaurants are right up Michelin’s alley in terms of food, ambience, and service. They’re all notable, for sure. But none are exactly groundbreaking or deeply exciting. Michelin, after all, is known for its relatively “safe” and staid choices. There is one anomaly, though: Masa Takayama’s now-closed Tetsu Basement is technically one of the city’s two-star restaurant additions……..