Ginza in Tokyo is a city of gourmet food. The Chinese restaurant “GINZA JOTAKI” is located a 5-minute walk from Ginza Station. The owner and chef Tsuyoshi Jotaki, known for his skill, created a famous restaurant that will even impress foodies with a sophisticated taste. Chef Jotaki is from Saga Prefecture, he became independent in 2003, and has run a Chinese restaurant in Saga for 15 years. In 2014, the restaurant received one star, and the chef decided that "I want to compete in a town where only real chefs can survive", relocated to Ginza in 2018 and started as “GINZA JOTAKI”.
The concept of “GINZA JOTAKI” is a fusion of Chinese "technique" and Japanese "national character". The restaurant serves the finest ingredients from not only Japan, but from all over the world, as a type of Chinese cuisine that can only be made by Japanese chefs using Chinese cooking techniques. Ise lobster and abalone are delivered by air from Genkai-nada Sea every morning, and are placed in the fish tank in the restaurant. Luxurious ingredients, such as shark fin, wagyu beef, truffle and caviar are used to make the many lavish dishes on the menu. "Because I can't calculate the cost" chef Jotaki joked, "It is worthwhile in Ginza, where there are many famous restaurants, where you should compete with the best ingredients, and where there are many gourmet customers who understand the difference". The dinnerware used at Jotaki are all Arita-ware from Saga.
Wine represents 80% of the alcohol on the drinks menu. With "Chardonnay and Pinot Noir" as one of the themes, the restaurant offers 100 different types including champagne, as well as Burgundy. Shaoxing wine and shochu are also prepared. The restaurant has 10 counter seats, which is rare for a Chinese restaurant. Come and experience the high-class interior, friendly atmosphere and unforgettable cuisine when entertaining family, friends, colleagues or guests from overseas.
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A 5-minute walk from Ginza Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line)