Updated: March 18, 2019
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French Restaurants to Try in Ginza


Ginza is a chic neighbourhood where many people go for window shopping, galleries and lunch/dinner. It is nice to stroll around in and it feel like Fifth Avenue and Paris' lovechild with a Japanese flair. Depending on your budget, these French restaurants vary in price, but going for lunch is affordable at most places.

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Aux Bacchanales is located in Ginza, a few minutes walk from Yurakucho, HIbiya or Higashi-Ginza station. This restaurant has a few chains around Tokyo, and even in Kyoto and Osaka. This restaurant has the atmosphere of a bistro, it is lively and loud like you would expect a Parisian bistro to be. The course is ¥5,500. You should try the onion soup and the quiche if you're in the mood for a classic.


L'Osier in Ginza is a 3-star Michelin restaurant, so it is priced accordingly. If you want to try outstanding French cuisine in Tokyo, this is the place to go. They have a lunch course starts at ¥10,000, and dinner at ¥22,000. For lunch, you have a variety of small dishes, as well as coffee and dessert.

Beige Alain Ducasse Tokyo

Beige Alain Ducasse is in the Chanel building, a few minutes from Ginza-itchome station. This restaurant was founded in 2004, and it is a collaboration between Chanel and Alain Ducasse; their motto is simple and elegant. They use top ingredients from France and Japan. Their lunch course starts at ¥5,900 and the dinner course at ¥14,000. They include a 3 or 4 course menu.


Esquisse is a few minutes away from Ginza station. This restaurant's interior is simply stunning, and the dishes are remarkably beautiful; each one is meticulously prepared so that your eyes are stimulated just as much as your palate! Here, the lunch course starts at ¥11,000, and dinner at ¥19,000.

Oreno French Ginza

Ore no French is 2 minutes by foot from Ginza-Itchome station. "Ore no French" means my french style, so it is French cuisine but in a comfortable setting and at an affordable price. They also have the same concept for Italian cuisine, etc.
Dishes are really reasonably priced and they are very good, so this restaurant is very popular. It is better to make a reservation before-hand.

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    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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