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One of Japan’s most famous female chefs, Miyuki Igarashi, opened this creative Chinese restaurant in Ginza’s EXITMELSA building in February 2017.
The restaurant offers an abundance of vegetable-based dishes overflowing with originality. Let’s get right in to the introduction!
Have you heard of the long wallets sold by the Kobe-based brand ATAO?
The brand has few physical retail outlets, so it may not be a highly recognized name brand. However, ATAO is known for products that are so easy to use that you won’t want to let go of them, so many of their products have to be ordered in advance if you want to get them!
Shiseido Parlor is a high-class Western-style restaurant that opened in 1902.
It enjoys a well-established reputation for polished service as well as its beautiful, elegant and traditional Western meals.
In addition to the Tokyo Ginza flagship, restaurants have been opened in Shinjuku, Nihonbashi, Yokohama and Nagoya.
GINZA PLACE is a new shopping complex that opened in 2016 at the crossroad of Ginza 4-Chome. Nissan's cutting edge cars are on display and you can try out (and buy) Sony's newest products there!
On the third floor, there is a stylish place called RAMO FRUTAS CAFE, where I recently had a fruit sandwich. I'd like to tell you all about it!
If you're looking for a place to have lunch in Ginza, this is it! Savor the flavor of their extremely extravagant truffle noodles at a true French restaurant, "Le Kochia".Read Later
Le Kochia is an authentic French restaurant with a long history and a loyal following in Ginza. As introduced on the multimedia program, "A Lifetime of Truffles in One Meal", the chef has risen to the challenge of creating truffle noodles, only for lunch!
This post will introduce a gourmet tour plan specializing in shops serving delicious dishes in Ginza and Tsukiji. Use the Toei One-day Pass to go around these places.
At the Alternative Theater in Yurakucho in Tokyo, Japanese Samurai Entertainment “ALATA” has been played. Since it is a non-verbal (language-free) performance, there are rarely no lines by characters. Instead, the story is told through images, music, dynamic dance and Japanese sword actions. For the performance to be enjoyed by people from all countries, the show is packed with unique Japanese cultural factors.
Great-value shopping in Ginza! “LOTTE DUTY FREE GINZA” with wide varieties of duty-free items.Read Later
“TOKYU PLAZA GINZA”; a commercial building 1 minute walk from Tokyo Ginza station. On the 8th and 9th floors of the TOKYU PLAZA GINZA, there is “LOTTE DUTY FREE GINZA”. Unlike ordinary tax free shops in town that only exempt consumption tax, at this store, you will be also exempted from paying customs duties, tobacco tax as well as liquor tax. The Ginza store is actually the largest duty free store in Tokyo with the largest square meter space (approximately 4,400㎡)