Restaurants & Cafés


This bar which is located in a bar strip at the back of Ginza is familiar to those in the know. It has a reputation as a meeting place for many well-known people, with its regular clientele including company presidents, celebrities and sports stars. Here a husband and wife team serve up sashimi, side dishes, grilled items, fried fare, simmered dishes, and other traditional cuisine. Croquettes, kinpira (a salad of burdock root and carrot), tofu and other goodies also line the counter, creating a comfortable atmosphere to try home style Japanese cuisine. If you are hoping for a quiet drink, this is not the place for you as there is a lot of happy banter between the customers and with the owners. If it’s you first time, your best bet is to go with a regular customer.


8-2-16 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo

Transport Shinbashi station (JR Lines), Ginza Exit or Ginza Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), Exit 5

Telephone 03 3571 4302

Open Mon-Fri 6-10pm / closed Sat-Sun, nat. holidays

Admission Dinner approx ¥19,999; Lunch approx ¥10,000-14,999


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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