Originally established in Shin-machi, Osaka in 1924 as a kappo (traditional Japanese restaurant with counter seating).
It was the talk of the town when we opened another kappo in Ginza 8-Chome in 1928 because it was the first restaurant with open kitchen/counter seating in Tokyo. Since the day of establishment, we have been committed to using best-quality ingredients to serve dishes with the most natural flavors and the least manipulation.
At present, the third- and fourth-generation owners work in the kitchen, while three generations of owners’ wives attend the customers.
|Address||Hamasaku Building 1-4F
7-7-4 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Saturday Noon 11：30-13：00 L.O.
Monday－Saturday night 17：00～21：00 L.O.
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Closed during December 31 to1 January 4
Obon holiday around August 15 Higan (equinox) holiday
Kanetanaka An is a counter restaurant serving kappo cuisine (fine cuisine served at a counter) taken out from among the collection of cuisine, furnishings and culture of Shimbashi Kanetanaka.
We serve weekly changing kaiseki ryori (traditional multi-course Japanese meal) starting with five appetizers that reflects the season. Enjoy a mixture of Kanetanaka An specialties.
|Address||Ginza Kanetanaka Building 2F
7-6-16 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Saturday 11：50-14：00 （L.O.）
Closing time is the time for last entrance. We will stay open after that until the final customer has left.
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays and New Year holidays|
Longstanding kappo (fine cuisine at a counter) restaurant established in 1931.
Kappou Nakajima was independently opened by Teijiro Nakajima, the first head chef of the ryotei (high-class Japanese cuisine) restaurant, “Hoshigaoka Saryo” that was established by the great artist and rare gourmet food lover, Rosanjin Kitaoji.
Eighty years after it opened, the third generation is carrying on its traditions by carefully selecting calligraphy and serving dishes, and finding the best ingredients of all four seasons. We welcome you to visit.
6-9-13 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Saturday 17:00-22:00 20:00Last entry|
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays, New years holiday, summer holiday|
We have endeavored to provide reassurance and daily enlightenment for 65 years, so that you may relax and enjoy your meal in a restaurant where time passes at a more leisurely pace.
Every morning our head chef visits Tsukiji and carefully selects the day’s ingredients, bringing the taste of the seasons that is only possible in Japanese cuisine to our gourmet customers.
|Address||6-4-12 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||Monday－Friday 17：30～22：00 L.O. 21：30
Monday－Friday 11：30～14：00 L.O. 13：30 Lunch
|Holiday||Closed on Saturdays and Sundays and public holidays|
We make daily efforts to procure quality ingredients so that our customers can feel the season through our dishes.
Though course menus are available, we also keep the traditional style that leaves the choice of dishes to customers so that each customer can enjoy at a comfortable pace with or without sake.
|Address||KN Building 1F
6-4-13 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Friday 12：00-14：00 L.O. 13：30
Monday－Friday 17：00-22：00 L.O. 21：30
Saturdays 12：00-14：00 L.O. 13：30
Saturdays 17：00-21：00 L.O. 20：30
|Holiday||Closed on Sunday and public holidays
The year-end through New Year holidays and Bon holidays
Saturdays in July and August