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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!
“Ginza Budonoki” is an authentic assiette à dessert specialty shop. Here you can partake in freshly made, artistically designed desserts. They also offer a variety of “seasonal desserts,” made with in-season fruits. Let’s move on to the shop’s introduction.
Today I’ve been excited since I got up. Why, you ask? Because I’ve decided to get sukiyaki for lunch!
Kakiyasu is a restaurant famous for its sukiyaki, but I highly recommend it for lunch since it’s priced so reasonably!
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!
The oft-visited Japanese restaurant “Ginza Toyoda” featured in Michelin Guide is located on Namiki-dori in Tokyo’s Ginza.This time I stopped here for lunch.
I recently had lunch at Ginza Kashiwa, a restaurant that opened in April of 2018. Here, diners can enjoy Hinai-Jidori, a premium brand of chicken from Akita Prefecture. It's considered one of the three tastiest varieties of chicken in Japan!
The historic western-style restaurant first opened in 1903 alongside Hibiya Park. The park’s fountain is located just in front of the restaurant, and it’s also close to the Imperial Palace, so it’s a great place to visit while walking through the area.
Ginza’s A Votre Sante Endo is where you’ll find unorthodox fruit curry and traditional omelet rice under one roof.Read Later
I visited A Votre Sante Endo, a western food restaurant in Ginza, for lunch. Their menu boasted the usuals: pasta, pizza, traditional curry, and various other dishes. But, believe it or not, what this eatery is famous for is its fruit curry and omelet rice! (Yes, you read that correctly!)