Updated: December 02, 2019
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10 affordable all-you-can-eat lunch buffets in Ginza!


The average price of the lunch buffets presented in this article is about ¥2,000. The cuisine genre includes a little bit of everything (sushi, Italian, vegetable-centric, Chinese, Thai, etc.) so you'll surely find something you like!

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re:Dine Ginza

The perfect place to get a healthy, vegetable-packed lunch in Ginza is at re:Dine Ginza's all-you-can-eat salad lunch buffet. They offer a rich variety of quality, domestically-produced vegetables at a reasonable price.

The way it works is that you order one main dish from the extensive menu of re:Dine Ginza, and you can add the salad buffet option for ¥800.

As for the main dish that you can order, you have a very interesting variety of options because re:Dine Ginza is a shared-kitchen restaurant - and the first of its kind in Japan at that! This means, there are always up to five different chefs working in the kitchen at any time, and the chefs change periodically.

Sengdee Terrace

Thai cuisine in Tokyo has really been growing in popularity in recent years. To get a taste of it with an affordable good lunch buffet, you should check out Sengdee Terrace.

The buffet lunch special is ¥1,580 and includes a main dish of classic Thai cuisine. You can choose for instance gapao rice, Thai curry or tom yum soup. You also get access to their buffet and get a one-drink order. Note that the buffet even includes some desserts!


Futoshi is a stylish restaurant serving some modern Italian cuisine. At lunchtime, order the pasta dish of the day, the meat or the fish dish and you also get access to their buffet which has plenty of beautiful, delicate and original foods. Pictured above are some cabbage and ginger mousse.

The lunch buffet is ¥1,945 on weekdays and ¥2,593 on weekends.

Singapore Seafood Republics

This is a really popular buffet in Ginza where you get all-you-can-eat Singaporean foods for two hours for ¥1,950. They have some very flavourful dishes from Singapore but also from other parts of South East Asia. You absolutely have to try their Malaysian laksa noodles if you go there!

Hina Sushi

Hina Sushi is a sushi restaurant chain that offers an all-you-can-eat option at around ¥4,000. The sushi is very good for the price. You can even have ikura (salmon roe) and uni (sea urchin), which are not cheap sushi toppings.

If you want to drink lots of alcohol, note that they also offer an all-you-can-drink option to add to your meal.

Nouka-no Daidokoro

Get your dose of vitamins at this vegetable-centric buffet near Ginza-Itchome station. Nouka-no Daidokoro is particularly popular among vegetarians because of its superb salad bar buffet with so much variety and because of the freshness of the domestic ingredients, but the menu is not exclusively vegetarian.

The lunch buffet is ¥1,980 for 90 minutes.

NY Grill & Buffet Fiore

This is a great restaurant for pasta lovers and grilled meat lovers. They have a few kinds of pasta and meats that they make or grill right before your eyes. The restaurant is essentially of Italian cuisine but you can also have some other international dishes, including some tempura and sushi.

The buffet is ¥4,000 per adult on weekdays and ¥4,500 per adult on weekends.

Ginza Yoichi

Ginza Yoichi must be the best Chinese buffet in the Ginza area. The food tastes great yet the buffet is super cheap at just ¥1,000! It's all-you-can-eat too, so if you've worked up a big appetite and don't want to spend much, this is an amazing option.

Also, the traditional Chinese decor is quite nice too. Definitely give this place a try.

Carne Station Ginza

Down for some serious feasting? And for a bargain? Ginza Carne Station is your destination. This Korean BBQ buffet offers a variety of meats - pork, beef, premium beef, chicken, fish - and a myriad of vegetables. The restaurant works with an all-you-can-eat time system of 90 minutes, and it just ¥1,300 for lunch. Plenty of time to fill up your belly!


From 11:30 to 15:00 you can enjoy the lunch buffet of the Mitsui Garden Hotel. The hotel restaurant called sky is located on the 16th floor. It has an amazing view and a fancy lunch buffet that includes mostly western foods. You can have for instance seasonal vegetable salads, duck roasts, fresh fruit smoothies, and beautiful selection delicate desserts.

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