Traditional Western-style restaurant well-loved by literary figures. We continue to preserve the basics of Western cuisine.
The smooth and silky demi-glace sauce has a great velvety luster. Enjoy the hors d’oeuvre that are served gradually in the style of Kaiseki ryori (traditional multi-course Japanese meal) and include a variety of seasonal ingredients.
The character for ‘En’ in Gin-En-Tei was taken from an essay by Japanese author and literary critic Kenichi Yoshida. Have a moment of mellowness in Ginza.
|Address||Carioca Building 7F
5-4-8 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Monday-Saturday 11：30-14：00 Lunch L.O.14：00
Monday-Saturday 17：30-21：30 Dinner L.O. 21：00
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays and public holidays|
Open for more than 60 years in Ginza 4-chome, the menu of Mikawaya was developed by the town and its people to serve exclusive materials and tastes.
Our mission is to provide “excellent service” and “excellent cuisine” that remain unchanged even after the reopening. We are waiting to serve you at the same place where the ivy-covered house used to be.
|Address||4-7-12 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||11：30～21：30 L.O. 20：30|
|Holiday||Closed on New year holidays|
Renga-tei opened in 1895 in Ginza as a Western-style restaurant. We developed dishes such as pork cutlets and other fried foods, omu-rice (rice omelet) and hayashi rice (hashed beef with rice), becoming the first restaurant in Japan to be called a Western-style restaurant.
Although the times have changed through the Meiji, Taisho, Showa and Heisei eras, we have continued making Western-style dishes that are well-loved in Japan.
We also have private tatami rooms.
|Address||3-5-16 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||Monday－Friday Lunch 11：15-15：00 L.O. 14：15
Monday－Friday Dinner 16：40-21：00 L.O. 20：30
Saturdays and public holidays Lunch 11：15-15：00 L.O. 14：15
Saturdays and public holidays Dinner 16：40-20：45 L.O. 20：00
|Holiday||Closed on Sundays
Closed 4 to 5 days of Bon holidays in August, and New Year's holidays
A Western-style restaurant established in 1930 when “Tsubame Express (swallow)” was a big success. Since then, our famous hamburger steak has been invariably loved by people.
Every dish on our menu is hand-made using fresh ingredients with a lot of time and care and without any additives.
Our specialty is the “Tsubame-style hamburger steak” bursting with the aroma of beef stew. Our hand-made sausages should be enjoyed with beer or wine.
|Address||GINZA CORE B1F
5-8-20 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Closed on the holidays of GINZA CORE|