Ginza is home to one of the spookiest restaurants in Tokyo; the 'Vampire Cafe.' The small restaurant is only open at night and is run by an ill-tempered vampire named 'Count Rose' who is hundreds of years old.
'Chuka Soba Ginza Hachigo' was opened in 2018 and earned a place in the Michelin Guide in just one year! The chef has French training, and has crafted a delectable bowl of ramen that doesn't include a certain ingredient that is indispensable in basically all other ramens!
Hare is a cheap curry house (options under ¥1,000) in Ginza serving some of the most satisfying curries there are in Tokyo.
An original and delicious restaurant option in Ebisu is Torinago. They specialize in poultry cuisine and boast quite possibly the most beautiful and tasty duck meat sukiyaki set in Tokyo.
Ginza 300 Bar Next is a really cool bar located in Ginza with super cheap and delicious drinks! The mojito is said to be one of the best in Tokyo, and it's only 300 yen! Tokyo is known for being quite pricey, but when you find a gem like this one, which serves good drinks at a more than reasonable price, you know you're lucky!
At Ginza 300BAR, enjoy delicious cocktails and food and indulge yourself with their extensive happy hour menu of premium beers and whiskeys, available for only ¥300! (excluding tax). Be sure to try their famous mojitos, approved by the Cuban embassy in Japan.
re:Dine GINZA is opening on January 17th, 2019. Located near the C8 Exit of Tokyo Metro's Ginza Station. Enjoy innovative, exquisite cuisine made by five different chefs!
Ginza's fanciest ramen can be found at re:Dine Ginza, one of the most interesting concept restaurants in Tokyo. It features 3 different meats, including amazing wagyu beef that melts in your mouth as you eat it. For those searching for outstanding ramen in Ginza, this is as luxurious as it gets!
Open in fashionable Ginza on January 17th, re:Dine is a co-working space for chefs. Boasting a capacity of 120 seats and 5 chefs simultaneously, it's like having 5 restaurants in one! In this article, we introduce the French restaurant Ebisu 336 Ginza. Take a look!
re:Dine Ginza is Japan's first shared kitchen restaurant. Enjoy original creations from five different chefs in a spacious, stylish interior.