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141 restaurants near ginza in Tokyo (1/15)

Ginza station

Located at the East side of Central Tokyo, Ginza district has the largest number of distinctive restaurants in Japan. Nearly all of top Japanese department stores as well as international boutiques have their flagship stores here, making it a popular shopping district. Many of restaurants here are upscale, and all kinds of cuisines can be found.

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Les Dix Temps The Totoki 2-min French One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Le Manoir D'Hastings 8-min French One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
L'osier 5-min French One mark is approx. 10,000 yenOne mark is approx. 10,000 yen
Aux Amis des Vins 5-min French One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Mikasakaikan Honkan Haruna 2-min French One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Ginza Cuisine Lintaro 4-min French One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Restaurant Montier Ginza 5-min French One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Ginza Ukaitei 8-min Teppanyaki One mark is approx. 10,000 yenOne mark is approx. 10,000 yen
Rotisserie L'ecrin 5-min French One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Maxim de Paris 2-min French One mark is approx. 10,000 yenOne mark is approx. 10,000 yen