Ginza Shin Fu En

9,680 JPY 〜
/ Guest
  • Smoking Area

  • Anniversary Services

  • English Speaking Staff

A chic style Chinese cuisine with a touch of innovation of Ginza

On the 6th floor of a building that is just a quick 1-minute walk from Ginza Sukiyabashi crossing, you’ll find a Chinese-style restaurant that opened in 2017 called “Ginza Shin Fu En”. The head chef is from Japan and spent close to 20 years building up experience at Ginza Aster. The sous-chef is originally from Hong Kong and has an illustrious background that includes working as a head chef at "Akasaka Rikyu Ginza" and serving as a sous-chef at "Sense" Cantonese Dining located in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. It was from these talented individuals working together in the kitchen that the idea of “Innovative Chinese Cuisine” came to fruition. This novel form of Chinese-style cooking goes beyond the limits of creative culinary arts to innovate using modern sensibilities and Ginza signature style, all while taking inspiration from the foundations of traditional Chinese cuisine.

“Ginza Shin Fu En” is especially proud of their “Mao Zedong Spare Ribs,” a signature dish with top quality pork prepared with a seasonal spice blend. Instead of relying on typical boned ribs, this dish takes advantage of back ribs from pork shoulder cuts, which are highly regarded for their tenderness and abundant savoriness. When it comes to their “Shin Fu En Specialty Peking Duck,” guests get to watch the chef slice it up and prepare it right before their eyes, which adds a fun performance-like quality to the dining experience. In addition to these signature dishes, they also offer shark fin soup, a staple of high-end gourmet dining. Guests can choose between a shortfin mako shark fin brought in from Kesennuma, or a fin from a blue shark, which is as high-end as it gets. And, there are 4 different styles of soup to choose from as well, including Cantonese and Peking-style. Furthermore, they offer a wide selection of seafood dishes prepared with fresh ingredients brought in from places like Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo and Hoshino Fisheries in Hokkaido. This way guests can enjoy Chinese cuisine with all of the luxury style flavors that Ginza is known for.

For drinks, they offer a wide selection to accompany their diverse line of new and innovative Chinese-style dishes. This includes “Touhai” Pagoda brand Shaoxing wine, which features rare bottles that go back 30 years. They also offer wine, cocktails, whiskey, Chinese liquor and more. The menu is clearly marked to show which wine pairs with each dish to make it easy for diners when they order.

The interior features a modern ambiance with a chic and sophisticated dining setting that utilizes a black, red, and gold color scheme. In addition to their table seating, they also offer completely private dining rooms that can seat 4 or 10 guests respectively. This luxury style dining atmosphere is perfect for business occasions as well as celebrations and anniversaries. Guests are sure to enjoy a highly satisfying meal with a level of hospitality that you can only find in places like Ginza.
* 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 2-minute walk from Ginza Station Exit C2(Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)
■A 2-minute walk from Ginza Station Exit C2(Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)
■A 5-minute walk from Yurakucho Station Exit Ginza(JR Yamanote Line)



  • 40's

    Date of Visit: 11/2019
    Number of visits: OnePurpose: Date


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Ginza Shin Fu En [GINZA沁馥園(シンフウエン)]

Cuisine Type


Opening hours

Lunch:11:30-15:00(L.O.14:30) Dinner:17:30-22:30(L.O.21:30)


No holiday,


6F, GinzaMiyuki-kan Building, 6-5-17, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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Ginza Shin Fu En [GINZA沁馥園(シンフウエン)]