Area:Ginza

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For over a decade now, this simple, uncluttered second-floor dining room on the fringe of Higashi Ginza has been a go-to for honest South Indian cooking. At lunch, you pick from a selection of quick curries and set meals served on gleaming metal trays. ...

Armani / Ristorante, a luxurious Italian restaurant on the 10th floor of the Armani / Ginza Tower, an iconic building in the heart of Ginza, presents a delightful summer menu “Giorgio Armani” comprising the very best ingredients inspired by the season and reflecting Italian ...

The basic choice is the same: hot chicken-broth ramen (Kagari calls it tori-paitan soba) or the heartier chilled noodles with dipping sauce (tori-paitan tsuke-soba). The selection of toppings is less extensive — don’t expect any roast beef here — and fans of Kagari’s delectable ...

Shiseido’s Bar S is one of those rare cocktail bars that sits comfortably between classy and casual. With decor and service worthy of an intimate private bar, it sits atop Shiseido Parlour in Ginza and offers a relaxed atmosphere beneath the open sky. Rich, earthy colors ...

Japanese oyster restaurant Kakishabu-ya, in Tokyo’s chic Ginza district, offers a range of unique oyster dishes. The manager of the restaurant is proud to introduce shabu-shabu hot pot cooking, which he feels is the best way to enjoy oysters. The taste of blanched oysters enjoyed ...

There are exceptions to that rule, but few are more approachable or affordable than Ginza Maru. Just a short block from the department stores, fashion emporiums and milling tourists on the main thoroughfare, this compact second-floor restaurant is a haven of understated calm.

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