Located in Kobiki-cho, a quiet area in Ginza where long-established restaurants and traditional ryotei (fancy Japanese-style restaurant) stand side by side.
We have created a comfortable space for you to appreciate the culinary theme prepared by Master Chef Kita together with wine selected by Sommelier Mitake .
We are open until late. So please relax and relish our food made from a variety of seasonal ingredients, accompanied by wine of your choice by the glass.
|Address||Takeya Building 1F
8-20-1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Closed on Mondays and public holidays|
GINZA BAIRIN opened in 1927 as the first tonkatsu (deep-fried pork cutlet) specialty shop in Ginza.
We are famous as the original creators of one-bite cutlets, our specialty tonkatsu sauce, and cutlet sandwiches.
In order to widely introduce Japanese food culture to countries throughout the world, we also bring our food overseas, to Hawaii, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and South Korea.
|Address||7-8-1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Holiday||Closed on January 1|
Ginza Funachu offers uncompromising rejuvenating gourmet food.
Special vegetable oden
Combination of kombu(seaweed) and chicken broth provides plenty of mineral and collagen.
Domestically produced eel
Makes your skin beautiful and has a preventive effect against diseases such as arteriosclerosis and strokes.
Please make advance reservations as our seats are limited. From 2 to 18 people
|Address||Kosaka Building 5F
6-9-4 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
Sundays and public holidays 11：30-15：00
Sundays and public holidays 17：00-22：00
Since the establishment in 1890, we have made continuous efforts to produce “delicious confectionaries that make people happily satisfied.”
Not to mention our signature “Fukiyose,” we offer a variety of products such as seasonal confectionaries and “Agemanju” with wonderfully fragrant macadamia nuts. So please stop by next time you are in Ginza.
|Address||GINZA CORE Building B1F
5-8-8 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Irregular holidays as noted
Closed on the holidays of GINZA CORE
Ginza Kimuraya is famous for its sakadane anpan (bread rolls made with rice malt and filled with sweet bean paste). The bread factory in the shop makes 150 different types of handmade bread a day.
The first floor bakery offers numerous types of fresh bread. The second floor cafe offers delicious cakes. The third floor grillroom offers a classic menu of Ginza-style Western dishes. The fourth floor restaurant offers superb dishes carefully selected by our chef.
Our motto is “Deliciousness that Never Changes.”
|Address||Ginza Kimuraya building
4-5-7 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
3-4F 11:00-21:00 L.O. 20:30
Open seven days a week
|Holiday||Closed on December 31 and January 1|