Traditional crafts, tea ceremony, and food culture. Those are just some of the charms of Kanazawa.
Dining Gallery Ginza no Kanazawa was created to offer a sense of the good old days as well as contemporary Kanazawa.
With the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen Line, we hope to help bring Kanazawa closer to everyone's hearts. We await your visit.
|Address||6F Kirarito Ginza Bldg., 1-8-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Hours||Gallery: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Dining: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (L.O. 9 p.m.)
|Holiday||Closed: Year-end and New Year holidays, January 1
Closed: Third Tuesday in February
The exhibition of ＡＫＡＫＡＪＩ pottery
August 22th, 2018 ～September 10th, 2018 * close at 4 p.m on September 10th. Shop Information...
「涼しい器〜赤地径＆金属工芸工房かんか」展 〜夏に使いたくなる陶と金属の器たち〜 【会期】2016年7月13日（水）〜7月25日（月） 最終日は１６時閉場 【出展作家】 ...
Small dish and small bowl
"Small dish and small bowl" exhibition Wednesday, May 18th to Monday, May 30th, 2016 ...
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|
Confectionery in Ginza for 63 years.
Our mission is to create sweets to delight Ginza customers who know the real taste. We seek out only the very best ingredients, bringing out the most exquisite flavor with a combination of craftsmanship and originality.
We will continue to infuse our small sweets with Japan’s special natural blessings and seasonal pleasures, delivering them to the daily lives of customers and those they hold dear.
|Address||Foley Building B1-1Ｆ
5-7-19 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
Sundays and public holidays 10：00-20：00
|Holiday||Irregular holidays as noted|
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|