Tokyo Guide > Ginza > Restaurants > Traditional Japanese

Search for Traditional Japanese in Ginza

Area All | Ginza | Shimbashi | Tsukiji
Category All | American | Asian Fusion | Australian | Bakery | Beer Gardens | Brazilian | Cafes | Chinese | Conveyor Belt Sushi | Curry | Desserts | Dining bars | Family Restaurant | Fast Food | Food Courts | French | Fugu | Indian & South Asian | Italian | Izakaya | Japanese Sweets & Cafes | Korean | Mediterranean | Mexican | Michelin | Okonomiyaki, Monja | Others | Oyster Bars | Pizza | Ramen | Russian | Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki | Soba | Spanish | Steak | Sushi | Take out | Teishoku | Teishoku, Yoshoku | Tempura | Teppanyaki / Hibachi | Thai | Tonkatsu | Traditional Japanese | Turkish | Udon | Unagi | Vegetarian & Healthy | Vietnamese | Yakiniku | Yakitori
Budget All | 0~999 yen | 1,000~2,999 yen | 3,000~4,999 yen | 5,000~6,999 yen | 7,000~9,999 yen | 5,000~10,000 yen | 10,000 yen or more |
Ocassion All | Date | Family | One Group | Party | Business |
Language
English Speaking Staff English Menu Photo Menu
  • Sankame

  • Traditional Japanese, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sankame got one Michelin star, but remains unpretentious and quite affordable. Walking into the restaurant feels like the place was suspended in time--the customers seem to be old acquaintances of the...
  • Gindako

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • This takoyaki shop serves the best takoyaki I've ever had in Tokyo. Unlike most stalls, you don't need to guess whether it is fresh or not. You can watch them make the takoyaki (and taiyaki, althoug...
  • Matsuwa

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • Matsuwa, always gathering long lines at lunch time, has only one thing on the menu - fried horse mackerel (kyukyoku no aji furai). Horse mackerel is delivered daily from the Matsuwa fish market in Kan...
Sakura House
Feedback Form