Sukiyabashi Jiro is considered by many the best sushi restaurant in the world. It boasts three Michelin stars and a long list of reservations for people waiting to get in on this convenanted sushi restaurant. Having served some of the world's most elite including President Barack Obama, you know this place would be the experience of a lifetime.
Mugi to Olive is a popular ramen shop in Ginza, Tokyo which has received the Michelin's Prestigious Bib Gourmand Award for many years in a row. They serve a quality bowl of ramen made with great soup, noodles, and toppings. Here is the information and review to read before you visit!
Ginza is a gourmet spot you cannot miss if you are in Tokyo. The place is particularly famous for its sushi but there is a wide variety of cuisines to choose from, among which is yakiniku. Ginza has some of the very best yakiniku in Tokyo! Here is our special selection for a great evening in Ginza.
There is a famous restaurant in Ginza that specializes in anago (conger eel). Anago is a saltwater eel different from the more popular unagi (freshwater eel). The place you have to go for some of the best anago is Ginza Hirai. They serve it simmered and grilled!
If you want to try the popular Western-influenced Japanese dish, "omurice", you should try this authentic "kissaten", You! Their omurice dishes are beautiful and addictively delicious!
Only 3 minutes from Hibiya Station, Cafe Benisica, is an old cafe that's been around since 1957. You can have pizza toast as it was originally served when it first arrived in Japan! You should also try the "devil's flames" which is an incredible drink which is made surrounded by fire!
Ginza has a high concentration of luxurious stores and restaurants. It is renown for its fine dining and for its high-end shopping areas. While wandering the streets of Ginza, here are the places you definitely need to try, all price ranges included (from cheapest to most expensive).