Ginza Rangetsu was established in 1947. We used to serve sukiyaki to the service men of the American Occupation Forces at the time. Now our customers can also enjoy shabu-shabu and other original beef nabe-ryori (Japanese-style hot pot dish) created out of our innovative ideas, crab, kaiseki ryori (traditional multiple-course Japanese dinner) and so on.
In order to maintain the quality of beef, we purchase a whole cow ranked A-5 only regardless of the brand.
|Address||3-5-8 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||Monday-Sunday 11：30-22：00 L.O. 21：30
Monday-Sunday 11：30-22：00 Lunch L.O. 16：00
|Holiday||Closed on January 1|
Exactly for 40 years since the establishment, we have enjoyed popularity as an unpretentious restaurant in Ginza. Our concept is to combine the informality of a casual restaurant and the attention to detail of a fine restaurant. We also have tatami rooms which are ideal for entertaining and friendly gatherings.
We serve an extensive menu. Boiled dishes in particular are the most popular with more than 10 varieties prepared every day (including Special of the Day). We prepare 6-7 kinds of soup daily as well.
Chef’s Choice courses start from ￥6,300.
|Address||PLAZA G8 Building 2F
8-5-1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
（1F private stairway）
|Hours||Monday-Friday 17：30-2：00 L.O. 1：30
Saturday 16：00-23：00 L.O. 22:30
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays|
Kyoto-style kaiseki ryori (traditional multi-course Japanese meal) brimming with seasonal flavors and
Japanese black cattle beef shabu-shabu served with our signature sauce.
Come for lunch, treat foreign visitors to a fine meal or celebrate an event.
|Address||MIKASA KAIKAN Main store 3F
5-5-17 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
Weekends and public holidays 11:00-21:00（L.O）
“Okafuku business is still mid-way”
When founder Tetsuo Okafuku opened a shop serving high quality Matsuzaka beef of his hometown, literary legend Eiji Yoshikawa gave it the name ‘Okahan.’(“Okahan” suggests “Okafuku business is still mid-way” as “han” means “mid-way”.)
In addition to sukiyaki served on tatami mats that remains unchanged since the restaurant opened in 1953, we also serve Okahan-style teppanyaki (dishes grilled on an iron plate) with a mix of Japanese-style cuisine from our sister shop, Kanetanaka, and the best aspects of Western-style cuisine.
|Address||Ginza Kanetanaka Building 7-8F
7-6-16 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday－Saturday 11：30-14：00 L.O. 13：30
Monday－Saturday 17：30-22：00 L.O. 21：30
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays and New Year holidays|
This gourmet restaurant opened in Ginza 38 years ago and offers Japanese, French and Italian cuisine. We offer your choice of dishes.
The 10-floor restaurant contains private rooms for 2 to 120 people.
The vegetables, fish, meat and other ingredients used in our dishes are all carefully selected. We especially recommend trying our choice Japanese black beef that melts in your mouth.
|Address||Sunmi Takamatsu Building 1-10F
6-3-9 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Weekdays 11：00-14：30 Lunch
Saturdays and Sundays 11：00-15：00 Lunch
Weekdays 17：00-21：00 Dinner
Saturdays and Sundays 17：00-20：00 Dinner
|Holiday||Closed on December 31 and January 1|