Hibiki is a chain of upmarket local establishments that serve exquisite Japanese cuisine in lavish settings. With a dynamic kitchen that makes confident use of market-fresh seasonal produce sent directly from farms, Hibiki's food is organic. Every month their chef provide monthly special dishes using freshest seasonal ingredients. Hibiki literally means "ring" in Japanese, and the management team here wish to thread this delicate concept through their meals. What goes around comes around, if you like. Thus, start with white and try a plate of delicious handmade Zaru Tofu (1,500) made by Kawashimaya, a renowned 200-year-old tofu shop in Saga. Later, finish your meal in similar fashion with Ishigama-daki rice (980 for two people), a renowned strain of rice from Niigata that is boiled in a stone cauldron. Mouth-watering morsels of sashimi can be ordered from 1,000, while course menus are available from 4,000.?Fu-tei, which is located in Akasaka Intercity next to the U.S. Embassy, is especially popular with people working for foreign organizations based in Tokyo. It has a lush garden that can be used for private parties, as well as a main dining room, lounge bar and private rooms.

Address: 東京都銀座3-5-4
Access: 3 minute walk from Ginza station
Jujiya Bldg 3F, 3-5-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Telephone: 0120-073-883 (please mention JAPAN for making reservations)
Hours: Lunch: 11:30am - 3pm, Dinner: 5pm - 11pm (Mon - Sat), 5pm - 10pm (Sun, Hols)
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Seating: 130