A Japanese restaurant where you can experience the finest ingredients of Nagasaki in Ginza, the city of gourmet food.
Ginza, in Tokyo, is known worldwide as the area for gourmet food, with a variety of famous restaurants and stores. Ginza Miyama opened is in this area in 2006, because the owner, Masakazu Miyake wanted people to become more familiar with the splendid ingredients unique to Nagasaki, where he lived while studying at university.
The restaurant's interior is modeled with an exotic atmosphere and blend of Japanese and Western styles, after Nagasaki's famous Glover Mansion. Ingredients are sourced from local producers, and purchased from reliable suppliers. Especially the special ingredients from Nagasaki which, due to its strict standards for breeding, has a high-degree of rarity. For example, Iki beef and fresh fish bred in the Goto-nada Sea and Tsushima Current. The Iki Beef char-grilled steak, which is made on a skewer and grilled over a fire, and the chub mackerel which is caught off the coast of Nagasaki, has a superbly balanced taste when enjoy with vinegared rice and are the must-try dishes. The course which combines ingredients delivered daily from Nagasaki is also popular. Nagasaki is the birth place of barley Shochu (liquor) and in addition to 6 different kinds of barley shochu, sake, wine and champagne are also available.
The seats are made of hinoki cypress, which is more than 200 years old. The counter seats 8 customers and there are 2 private rooms. There is one private room where customers take off their shoes so they are able to relax and eat. The hallways are fitted with tatami mats for comfort, while counter seats have a wooden floor. Some private rooms are fitted with carpet however some may not.
It is possible to join 2 private rooms together which will hold a maximum of 10 people. Ginza is perfect for receptions, anniversary as well as other types of meetings. Why not experience Nagasaki's finest food in Ginza?
■ 5-minute walk from exit A3 of Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro, 5-minute walk from exit 1 of Shinbashi station on the Tokyo Metro
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