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  • Tsuzuri

  • Izakaya, Cocktail Lounges, Bars ( Ginza )
  • This restaurant in business area is modern and stylish. I'm sure around 1,200 yen is cheap when I think how good the quality and the varieties are. Besides the delicious main dishes such as cooked f...
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  • Peter, Peninsula Hotel: Yurakucho

  • French, Bars, Cocktail Lounges ( Ginza )
  • The setting at Peter is designed to feel the love. Lots of tables for twos, where you sit side-by-side while contemplating the Tokyo skyline and the imperial palace. The room is sleek, the service is ...
  • Marché de Paris (Paris no Asaichi)

  • French ( Ginza )
  • Marché de Paris seems like it has been around for donkey's years, and that is always a good indication that the owners know what they are doing. I recently dined here for lunch and was very pleased w...
  • Dorobushi: Ginza

  • Vegetarian & Healthy ( Ginza )
  • Dorobushi serves healthy menu, all food uses organic vegetables, and natural seasonings. The interior is stylish, and natural feel. They are also particular about the dishes, so the foods are served t...
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  • Jim Thompson's Table Thailand

  • Thai ( Ginza )
  • I tried to go there on weekend but massive queue so gave up. And the other day, during week i tried it again! I arrived around 11:30 and only a couple of customers. The atomsphere was good and nice...
  • Shotaiei

  • Yakiniku ( Ginza )
  • Though located on the 9th floor of an unimpressive building, Shotaiei is always crowded. Its popularity owes to its Ginza location, the quality of their beef, and the sophisticated atmosphere, which d...
  • 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...
  • Hanagoyomi

  • Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki ( Ginza )
  • Owned by a ryokan (traditional Japanese inn), Hanagoyomi offers high quality Japanese beef (wagyu) as well as other tradition fare like kaiseki ryori (a set of dishes served on individual trays, popul...
  • Ogura

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • You may have heard of oden before arriving in Japan, or seen several ingredients floating in a bath soy sauce flavored broth at convenience stores. This traditional snack is popular with Tokyoites, a...
  • Ginza Torishige

  • Yakitori ( Ginza )
  • Since it was opened in 1931, Ginza Torishige has been popular with people fond of drinking sake while eating yakitori. The restaurant is relatively large; the first floor seats sixty four people, whil...
  • Mochiku Shoten

  • Tempura ( Ginza )
  • Because Mochiku Shoten doesn't have a sign, it's a bit tricky to find; look for the menu board in front of the building. This tempura restaurant, which was opened in 1913, has a long history. The chef...
  • Sakanobori

  • Traditional Japanese ( Ginza )
  • This chanko restaurant is owner by Sagaryu, a former Sumo wrestler. It includes several private rooms, so you can brings a party of up to 40 to this traditional Japanese cuisine. No English menu is ...
  • Kamonka

  • Chinese ( Ginza )
  • A fashionable Chinese restaurant located a bit far from Ginza station. The decor includes high ceilings and a red and black color scheme as well as many regional Chinese varieties including Shanghai,...
  • Vinpicoeur: Ginza

  • French ( Ginza )
  • Popular lunch offerings include galette (a crusty French cake) and the bistro selections. The French barbeque of pork and a variety of wines make for the popularity at dinner.
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