3 minutes from Shinbashi station, exit 1, 5 minutes from Ginza station, exit A3.
- Private Room
- Non-Smoking Seats
- Party Menu
- Birthday Privilege
Concept :Getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city, entering this restaurant is like being transported to Kyoto Nijoen as kimono-clad staff warmly welcome guests.The restaurant is in a former residence of Suminokura Ryoi, who pioneered the Kyoto Takase River. In one corner there was a tea garden set up by Kobori Enshu and it was created as a place to gather tales of Kyoto culture.
Key Points :Kyoto Nijoen, Ginza offers diners the chance to enjoy the finest Japanese Kyoto kaiseki cuisine, in the heart of GInza. Using carefully selected ingredients, particularly
seasonal Kyoto vegetables for salads (¥1,200~), A5-ranked Matsusaka beef shabu-shabu (¥9,000~) and assorted black abalone dishes (¥2,800). A variety of fresh fish from across the country can be enjoyed, prepared as sushi, sashimi or grilled. A black wagyu shabu-shabu (¥3,300) is popular with women looking for a variety of flavors for lunch.
Recommended Dishes :The Kyo Kaiseki (¥9,900) and Kitayama (¥16,500) courses are perfect for formal occasions or business entertainment. A variety of sake, beer, wine and shochu perfectly pair
with the delicious food. With windows overlooking Ginza and private rooms that can accommodate 2 to 20 people are ideal for formal gatherings.
- JEWEL BOX GINZA 8F, 8-9-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- 3 minutes from Shinbashi station, exit 1, 5 minutes from Ginza station, exit A3.
- 03-5537-5670(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Weekdays: 5pm-11pm; Sat, Sun & Hol: 5pm-10pm
- Closed On: