Top Things To Do And Eat In Ginza, Tokyo!
Ginza is quite a popular place for tourists and people living in Tokyo because there are just so many things to do! Since it is so crowded whenever you visit, you can easily get lost and wonder where to go and what to eat. Before stepping out to Ginza, here are some lists of the hottest places in Ginza!
Regardless of the time of day or night, whether it's a weekday or the weekend, Ginza is always crowded and you can easily get overwhelmed by all the choices you have in terms of things to do and eat.
Here are the hottest things to do in Ginza, from the must-visit places to the must-have Japanese cuisine!
Top 5 Places To Visit
1: Kabukiza Theather
2: Ginza Mitsukoshi
Opened in 1930, Ginza Mitsukoshi has always been the most popular department store among Ginza madames.
3: GINZA SIX
There are also some exclusive foods on the basement floor.
4: Ginza Neon Street (At night)
But be careful when entering one of these shops, usually, they are the high-end clubs where you might end up being bankrupt!
5: Ginza Corido Street (At night)
Top Restaurants To Enjoy
Haneda Ichiba Ginza Seven (羽田市場GINZA SEVEN): Sushi
See the link below for more information.
Kobe Plaisir Ginza: Teppanyaki Kobe Beef
To experience the sublime taste of this legendary beef, then Kobe Plaisir Ginza should most definitely be a place to consider visiting. They specialize specifically in Kobe Beef cooked teppanyaki style.
You can enjoy the precious delicacy as part of a course or à la carte. For instance, the 200g Kobe Beef Sirloin is ¥20,000 and there is a course that includes a piece of 120g for ¥16,800.
The restaurant is just a few steps away from the A3 exit of Ginza subway station (Ginza line, Marunouchi line, Hibiya line), on the top floor of Ginza Place. Upon entry, the spacious atmosphere, stylish clean-lined design, and warm lighting will sooth you.
Ginza Kyubey (久兵衛): Sushi
Aobaya (青葉屋): Shabu Shabu
The Kyoto-style goma ra-yu (chili oil) is a hugely popular item for dipping your veggies and slices of meat. The restaurant's wines are especially selected to blend perfectly with the courses offered. Ask for recommendations and the staff will be glad to inform you.
The premium beef course starts at 5500 yen but there are also more affordable options from 3000 yen.
Teppan-yaki 10: Teppanyaki
Teppan-yaki 10 is located in GINZA SIX, which is a shopping mall that just opened in April 2017. It is 2 minutes walk from the A3 exit of Ginza station. The restaurant has a very classy atmosphere that is perfect for special celebrations and gatherings.
Tempura Abe: Tempura
When you hear the phrase "Ginza" and "Michelin", you might think that those restaurants require a super-high budget. But not here in Tempura Abe. their tempura is quite reasonably priced, go for it!
Mugi To Olive: Ramen
Done with Ginza? There are still many things to do in Tokyo!
Restaurants Mentioned in this Article
- Quite sure I'm a Ramen freak. Almost up to 200ramens in 2017. Not only ramens but also love to eat around and drink around.