If you’re after a fine selection of sake or a different take on the cocktail, Sake Hall Hibiya Bar offers a relaxed and comfortable venue for nihonshu novices and sophisticated initiates alike.
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New Castle, open since 1946, has been luring customers with their one-item menu for quite some time now. There's a reason they're still around--it's delicious. Come try their take on curry rice.
Sink your fangs into your next meal at this themed cafe in Ginza. The food at Vampire Café isn’t bad, it's just not devilishly good, but if you’re after an intimate evening in gothic surroundings then this is the haunt.
The secret of Torigin's success remains a unique cooking style whereby the shio (salt) or tare (sweet soy) sauces are added after grilling over charcoal—far superior to the taste from gas fires—and skewering on bamboo sticks. Lightning-quick service and reasonable prices have additionally fuelled the popularity of the Torigin name.
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Afternoon Tea Baker And Diner closed. Click here for more details.
Critically-acclaimed sushi master Jiro Ono has earned the Michelin three-star seal of approval for two years running with this cozy Ginza outfit.
Confidently extravagant French cuisine awaits at the Imperial Hotel's Les Saisons. You'll leave in awe of chef Thierry Voisin's culinary style.
You won't be disappointed by this trendy shellfish and fish restaurant in Ginza. Extremely popular, so be prepared to book ahead or queue up for 45 minutes. Reasonably priced (for Ginza). All food is super-fresh and of the highest quality.