Nihon Yakiniku Hasegawa Ginza

4,800 JPY 〜
/ Guest
11,000 JPY 〜
/ Guest
  • Anniversary Services

  • English Menu

  • English Speaking Staff

A fusion of Japanese cuisine and yakiniku to make the palate dance, at an elegant yakiniku restaurant in Ginza offering “yakiniku-kaiseki” tasting menus and a la carte

Nihon Yakiniku Hasegawa Ginza, on the second floor of a building in Ginza 6-chome, offers Nihon/Yakiniku fare that combines traditional Japanese cuisine and yakiniku (Japanese-style BBQ). The result is a unique dining experience liberated from the conventional concept of yakiniku.

Chef Noriaki Masuda honed his culinary skills at Aoyama Club in Minamiaoyama and at other fine Japanese restaurants, and trained in cha-kaiseki cuisine (multi-course banquet meals served before tea ceremonies) at Izuchiku in Setagaya. At the restaurant, he offers yakiniku-kaiseki meals based on classical Japanese culinary techniques.

The delicate yakiniku served at Nihon Yakiniku Hasegawa Ginza is easy to enjoy. The restaurant’s yakiniku menu focuses exclusively on prime Kuroge Wagyu beef selected from around Japan, including A4 to A5 grade Matsusaka beef. Furthermore, meat is served not with sesame oil-based sauce but with a miso or soy sauce-based seasoning, a mix of seaweed salt from Setouchi and lemon, and premium wasabi from Amagi, Izu. This nourishing Japanese-style yakiniku is given an additional boost by Japanese home-pickled vegetables served together instead of Korean kimchi. Inside the dining room, each grill is equipped with air purifiers to remove smoke as it is produced, ensuring diners’ clothes stay pristine and free of unwanted scents.

The vegetables are sourced from the finest contract farms selected by the restaurant’s vegetable sommelier from around Japan. Among them, Hasegawa Salad with Fresh Vegetables, featuring small yet sweet baby vegetables dressed with olive oil and salty kelp, is particularly popular for its fresh flavor. Dishes featuring premium seasonal ingredients, such as matsutake mushrooms, crabs, and prawns, are served on Bizen, Karatsu, or Echizen ware or ceramics created by Koichi Uchida, a world-renowned Japanese ceramic artist.

Guests are invited to take a place at one of the eight seats at the L-shaped counter, where they can enjoy watching the chef and kitchen staff preparing and serving meat and vegetables, in the style of a sushi counter, or at one of the restaurant’s tables, where premium beef arrives beautifully presented on Japanese ceramics. For special gatherings, private rooms are also available.

This innovative Nihon/Yakiniku cuisine is an unmissable adventure. For intimate meals with family, partners, friends, or colleagues, Nihon Yakiniku Hasegawa Ginza makes for a perfect match.

* The availability of this webpage does not guarantee that the restaurant presented provides services in English, unless otherwise stated. Please be aware that English services may also depend on staff availability at the restaurant.

A 3-minute walk from Exit C2 of Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line




​Shingen Bento
4,800 JPY / Guest
​Makura no soshi kaiseki
5,000 JPY / Guest
​16 night Kaiseki meal
7,500 JPY / Guest



Nihon Yakiniku Hasegawa Ginza [日本焼肉はせ川 銀座店]

Cuisine Type


Opening hours

Lunch: 11: 30 ~ 16: 00 (L.O. 16: 00) ※ Lunch is only available on weekends and holidays Dinner: 17: 00 ~ 24: 00 (L.O. 23: 00)


No holiday, Lunch time is only on weekends and holidays


2F, Ginza 646 Building, 6-4-6, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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Nihon Yakiniku Hasegawa Ginza [日本焼肉はせ川 銀座店]