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  • 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...
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  • Cafe L'Ambre

  • Cafes, Coffee ( Shimbashi )
  • Cafe L'Ambre was quite the experience. It was recommended to me by some of the most coffee-obsessed people I know, and was unequivocally declared 'the best coffee shop in the world.' I just had to try...

  • Italian ( Ginza )
  • If you're not looking to break the bank in Ginza, stop in Itarian Bar La Viola for lunch. It's conveniently close to the station, and the prices are very reasonable. The restaurant is best described ...
  • Sadaharu Aoki Paris: Marunouchi

  • Bakery, Cafes, Japanese Sweets & Cafes ( Ginza )
  • Sadaharu Aoki is a Japanese pastry chef who broke through the ranks and made it big in Paris. Having succeeded in that difficult market, he returned to Japan to open stylish cafes that showcase his at...
  • Sushiko Honten: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • The 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide awarded Sushiko Honten one star. This store dates back to 1885, and has been delighting Tokyoites ever since. They also keep a wine cellar, so you can try matching sushi ...
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  • Le Cafe Doutor

  • Cafes ( Ginza )
  • Sept. 21, 2011, at Osaka Tennoji Doutor coffee shop the manager harassed my friend telling her she could not sit with me while I had breakfast unless she purchased a drink. I was not sharing my meal. ...
  • New Castle

  • Curry ( Ginza )
  • For those with a taste for curry or nostalgia for the Showa era (1960's), this small curry and coffee spot is the place to go. Its spicy curry topped with a raw egg over ample curry sauce (you won't ...
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  • Beige Tokyo

  • French ( Ginza )
  • Beige Tokyo is run by Alain Ducasse, the famous French chef who at some point ran three restaurants that had three stars from the Michelin guide each. Beige is located on the top floor of the Chanel b...
  • Sushi Aoki: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sushi Aoki is one of the most famous, expensive and sophisticated sushi restaurants in Ginza. While the fish is always fresh, Sushi Aoki tries to achieve the perfect temperature, firmness, and taste. ...
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  • Denny's: Higashi-Ginza

  • Family Restaurant ( Ginza )
  • This family restaurant, open 24 hours, has a bright yellow sign. Other than their chopped sirloin and steak, their menu offers a lot in the way of vegetables (making it a healthy place to eat) and th...
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  • T's DINER: Shimbashi

  • American, Darts & Pools, Bars ( Shimbashi )
  • This Amrican diner is located under JR line, 3-minutes walk from the Shimbashi station. It is a lively darts bar, often crowded with darts players. There are 9 darts machines, 4 big screen TV, and a j...
  • Mariage Freres: Ginza

  • Cafes, Tea ( Ginza )
  • Mariage Freres is a French boutique tea company that runs several tea salons and stores in Tokyo. Ginza is their original location, and the decor is reminiscent of the 1800s. There's hundreds of diffe...
  • Sushi Kanesaka: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Shimbashi )
  • Sushi Kanesaka was awarded two stars by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. They specialize in preparing edo-mae style sushi, and are known for imparting a delicate flavor to the fish through their use of ...
  • Tinun: Ginza

  • Thai ( Ginza )
  • This Thai style kiosk will make you forget your in Ginza with its lively atmosphere and reasonably priced food cooked by Thai chefs. Several Thai style ramens (noodles) are popular among the Japanese...
  • Sushi Iwa: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sushi Iwa was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The store is decorated with seasonal flowers, and the fish is of of top quality. Omakase (the chef decides) is the way to go here.
  • Sushi Ohno: Ginza

  • Sushi, Michelin ( Ginza )
  • Sushi Ohno was awarded one star by the 2009 Tokyo Michelin Guide. The fish is top-quality, and the atmosphere quite relaxing. They only have eight counter seats, so be sure to make reservations.
  • TGI FRIDAY'S: Ginza

  • American, Steak ( Shimbashi )
  • This American chain restaurant and bar has about 800 stores in 55 countries, and offers the same dishes you may be missing from home.
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