A Japanese cuisine restaurant "Nihon Ryori Juko" is located in Ginza, where the most prominent restaurants in Japan can be found. The owner-chef Toshitaka Nakano started out at a Japanese restaurant in Tokyo and got his training at such places as "Grand Hyatt Tokyo" and "Ginza Uchiyama" in Roppongi, and "Conrad Tokyo" in Shiodome. And after serving as the head chef in "Ginza Izariya," he struck out on his own in 2018.
Mr.Nakano goes directly to where his food supplies are grown, experiencing the lay of the land and the environment for himself. He personally selects materials from among the rich bounties of the Japanese soil, maintaining them in pristine condition and using them to make delicacies that leave a simple but exquisite taste in your mouth. As for sake and wine, he focuses on brands that are a close match for his dishes.
The interior of "Nihon Ryori Juko" is designed by a design studio that is well-known in the restaurant business. Nakano selected the best Kiso hinoki cypress from among numerous solid woods for the counters, giving them the sense of cleanliness and warmth essential to Japanese restaurants. He is also particular about the tableware to arrange with his dishes, choosing anything from antiques to modern artifacts.
Guests can be seated at the 7 counter seats or the two private rooms, seating 4 and 6, respectively. “Our restaurant can be used to host a reception or a casual dinner with your special someone. We are dedicated to designing a restaurant that sends customers home with a smile in return for choosing us from out of the many options,” says Nakano. He wants customers to enjoy a blissful experience in this quiet and refined space.
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A 1-minute walk from Ginza Station, Exit B3(Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)
A 1-minute walk from Ginza Station, Exit B3(Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)