Japanese restaurant serving Japanese cuisine pairs perfectly with Japanese sake. Located at Ginza, foreign guests can experience the hospitality from Okami who lived overseas for years, wearing kimino and speaking fluent English.
Supreme Teppanyaki located in Kojun Building Ginza, utilizing top level wagyu, fresh Japanese lobster etc.. All these can be enjoyed within the delighted dining space constructed by Sukiya-zukuri workers.
Located in Shimbashi, Tokyo, the restaurant handles a range of seafoods including, in addition to sweetfish, 'fugu' (puffer fish), crab, monkfish and turtle. You can also try the exclusive brand of local 'sake' (Japanese rice wine).
A popular Ginza restaurant serving Shanghai cuisine, highly rated by the chef listed on "The World's Best Restaurants". It fuses Japanese, Western and Chinese influences to create an original take on Chinese cuisine.
"Chouyou" is a Sichuan resturant located just a two-minute walk away from Shinbashi station. This renowned restaurant is run by Mr. Cho, who began working as head chef at the Jinniu Hotel at the young age of 22, entertaining influential guests from both China and abroad.
A well-established, Michelin awarded, Ginza ristorante that became a hot location for its Japanese tastes, a fresh departure from traditional Italian. The European-style atmosphere of the interior design gives the impression of a high-class salon.
Having trained at fine establishment such as Kyubei and Sushisho, the young chef here prepares sushi that continues to amaze the sushi-lovers. Ginza is a hotspot of fine sushi restaurants and Arai outshines the rest.