Hombino, a new resident restaurant at the shared kitchen restaurant re:Dine Ginza, is now serving 30 kinds of flavoured clam dishes. From hot and spicy to mild and creamy, you're bound to find your favourite flavour!
The popular 29ON members-only restaurant specializing in meat-based cuisine now has a location in Ginza, Tokyo! Enjoy original courses of sous-vide cooked meats that include top-quality wagyu beef.
For anyone wanting to learn about Japanese sake, this is the perfect event! With presentations in English and Japanese, you get to taste 13 different kinds of delectable sakes!
Kobe Plaisir Ginza serves heavenly wagyu. The first class Ginza restaurant is renowned and praised for its tender Kobe Beef with an exquisite smell.
Sushi Fukuju is a sushi restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo with amazing views of the city and an incredible omakase course that lasts 2 and a half hours. For a high-end sushi experience that you won't soon forget, this is one restaurant you'll definitely want to consider.
Ever wondered what the best way to cook a wagyu steak is? Many would argue that using a stone oven called a rogama (炉窯) is the optimal way to cook wagyu and that steak cooked this way is the most delicious. One of the best places to get steak made this way is in Ginza at 'tcc ROGAMA Steak.'
Discover Japan's 'yoshoku' at a restaurant with a great view in central Ginza. The place introduced in this article is called tcc Ginza-no Yoshoku, and it serves some particularly excellent omurice, hambagu and parfaits!
One of Tokyo's most amazing teppanyaki experiences can be found at Kobe Plaisir Ginza. The restaurant boasts courses that feature Kobe Beef and other Japanese delicacies such as the Japanese spiny lobster (ise-ebi).