Ginza Kushikatsu Bon

3,800 JPY 〜
/ Guest
14,000 JPY 〜
/ Guest
  • Anniversary Services

  • English Menu

  • English Speaking Staff

Techniques Learned from a Highly Sought-After Restaurant, Low-Sugar Kushikatsu That Uses High-Grade Ingredients

Located in the Kitashinchi area of Osaka, ""Kushikatsu Bon"", which obtained a world gourmet guide award in 2011 and achieved its strong desire to “Kushikatsu(Deep-fried skewers) beyond the world” by opening a Paris location, made its first foray into Ginza in Tokyo, Japan’s greatest peak, in July 2014. Kushikatsu Bon’s name originates from the expression “bonji tettei” (“to give it your all”), and the restaurant, which values its founding principle of “carrying normal hospitality to the extreme,” works to create an establishment which totally satisfies guests through its food, its customer service, and its atmosphere.

The head chef, Masahiro Saneshige, trained for over a decade in Japanese restaurants in Osaka and other places and polished his skills at Kushikatsu Bon in Kitashinchi. The chef learned his Kushikatsu techniques at ""A-Bon"", a restaurant in Ashiya, Hyogo where it’s quite difficult to get a reservation, and the restaurant has around 30 dishes available. He procures ingredients that are only possible for ""Kushikatsu Bon""’s Ginza location, such as tuna and seafood from the high-class sushi restaurant purveyor, Tsukiji’s Yamakou Group, as well as Yamagata’s brand-name Chateaubriand “Yukifuri Wagyu Obanazawa” beef, among other high-grade ingredients.

In addition, other popular staples include the “seafood special”—made of fish, shrimp, a paste of scallop and cheese, steamed then wrapped in perilla leaves and tofu skin—tiger prawns, foie gras and herring spawn on kelp, topped with sea urchin and caviar. The kushikatsu, made using in-season vegetables, are also integrated in a well-balanced way. The restaurant uses fine breadcrumbs in the coating and fries the Kushikatsu in a blend of lard and cottonseed oil. The Kushikatsu, which are low in sugar, lightly textured and drain off oil very well, are highly regarded for not sitting heavy in the stomach the following day. Extra Kushikatsu orders are placed often, and even female patrons have eaten around 20 sticks. As for alcoholic drinks, Kenzo Estate wine is the most popular, and Kushikatsu Bon offers a lineup of all its varieties.

Inside ""Kushikatsu Bon"", where a Japanese modern atmosphere fills the room, there are 14 seats at the U-shaped counter, totally private rooms available for four to six people, and rooms for two to three people. The restaurant can be used for a broad range of purposes, like entertaining a single guest or a group or celebrating a special occasion, and children may also come to the restaurant. We hope that you will enjoy the first-rate Kushikatsu which can only be experienced at Ginza’s Kushikatsu Bon to your heart’s content.

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* The availability of an English version of this page does not guarantee that the restaurant can provide services in English unless otherwise stated. Please be aware that, even if stated, there may still be days when English speaking staff are unavailable.

■A 6-minute walk from Shimbashi Station (Exit Ginza), JR Yamanote Line

Frequently Asked Questions
■ Do you have a private dining room?
Private dining room(s) are available.
■ Is there a charge to book a private dining room?
Additional 5% service fee is charged during the lunch time.
■ How many people can the private room(s) accommodate?
We have a room for 2 to 3 people and another room for 4 to 6 people.
■ Are shoes allowed in the private dining room(s)?
Shoes are allowed in the private dining room(s).
■ Are children welcome? If so, is a separate menu for children available?
We welcome children. If you wish to arrange a special menu for children, please inquire in advance.
■ Can the course be customized for vegetarian, vegan or low calories?
Please inquire in advance. A vegetarian or a low carb option may be prepared.
■ Are menus available in other languages?
English menu is available.
■ Does anyone in the restaurant speak other languages?
We have staff that speaks English.
■ Can I make a reservation for 1 person?
We accept reservations starting from 1 person.
■ Is there a dress code?
We do not have a dress code.



  • 60's

    Date of Visit: 3/2023
    One of the best Tempura I had tased.
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: Other
  • 50's

    Date of Visit: 1/2023
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: With Colleagues
  • 50's

    Date of Visit: 12/2022
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: Business dinner



[Pocket Concierge Exclusive]Special Wagyu Beef Course
20,000 JPY / Guest
16 skewers of chateaubriand, tiger prawns, sea urchin, caviar, etc. + beef filet cutlet sandwich
15,000 JPY / Guest
16 skewers of chateaubriand, prawns, sea urchin, caviar, etc. + tuna cutlet sandwich supervised by Y
14,000 JPY / Guest



Ginza Kushikatsu Bon [銀座 串かつ凡]

Cuisine Type


Opening hours

Lunch:12:00~14:00 (Last admission 13:00)Dinner:17:00~22:30 (Last admission 21:00)


Lunch on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays


3F, Takamoto Building, 8-2-8, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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