Updated: November 06, 2018
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5 Best Restaurants to Eat "Tempura" in Ginza, Tokyo

[Tempura Shops Has the Counter Bar in Ginza] Tempura is a soul food for Japanese food.Generally, people are familiar with Tempura bowls and Tempura Udon noodles, but authentic Japanese tempura is enjoyed by itself with some salt. In Ginza area, there are a lot of luxury tempura professional restaurants which serve tempura each by each from the counter bar!!

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天ぷら 一宝 Tempura Ippo

All guest seats are private room style. Even though you choose a private room, you can still enjoy Tempura right out of hot oil from the counter bar associated with the room!
Tempura is served on a silver plate. Lemon juice, salt and grated radish are dipping sauces for tempura. You can enjoy classic tempura healthily!

天利 Tentoshi

Tentoshi(天利) has begun since 1988.Their tempura features "Kansai-fu," the western styled, tempura. Seats at counter, Japanese table styled seats called Horigotatsu, and chair seats are available.
Tentoshi's tempura will depend on every season! The western styled tempura which Tentoshi suggests does not require eggs, so it looks whitish.

近藤 Kondo

Kondo is known as a so famous tempura restaurant which many Japanese celebrities like to visit. White curtains show Kondo's entrance.
The executive chef who has a career for 50 years as a tempura profession creates a lot of beautiful and unique tempura!

茂竹 Mochiku

Mochiku even locates in Ginza area. It has a nice and at-home atmosphere. If you are a beginner of Ginza restaurant, Mochiku would be recommended!

The popular dish of Mochiku is this tempura bowl! The most reasonable one will be JPY 1,500. The special tempura which the chef is passionate about making will be valuable to eat!

天ぷら 阿部 Tempura Abe

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Posted on the Michelin guide, Tempura Abe is where you can feel the true hospitality of Japanese restaurants.
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Needless to say, their tempura is so tasty and even beautiful.

When you hear the phrase "Ginza" and "Michelin", you might think that those restaurants require a super-high budget. But not here in Tempura Abe. their tempura is quite reasonable, go for it!

Ginza is a gold mine for Tempura!!

Ginza food might be luxury and more expensive. However, it is definitely worth visiting and eating! If you would like to meet authentic Japanese tempura culture, Come to Ginza :)

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