GINZA GRAND Premium Food Hallginzadaishokudo
"Ginza dining hall" where "meal" of Japan "culture" "entertainment" gathers in a hall in space only in town "Ginza" where modernity fuses with vigor of people gathering from all over the world and good old appearance.
In coliseum of 330 tsubos, all 10 stores such as tea salons which can enjoy tea of the highest grade that sushi, eel, tempura, sukiyaki, beef shabu-shabu, barbecued chicken, Kanbe beef steak, Hokkaido seafood, noren street linking the eaves in counter-style popular store of selected seven that gathered from various parts of Japan including Chinese food, deluxe seafood bal which Mr. much-talked-about Yamada power deals with original original dishes which took in tea ceremony-style, restaurant suggesting "western dishes" for new age utilized sensitivity of Japanese food which cook, Kunio Tokuoka of Kyoto pulling Japanese food world deals with, genius tea blender Takashi Ito deal with are prepared.
In addition, at terrace seat of 40m to overlook town of dining zone and Ginza in store, you can enjoy a la carte menu and sweets of each popular store, too.
Ginza is known for a vibrancy that attracts visitors from around the world and as a town that fuses the best of the old with modern elements. As a distinctly Ginza-like space, the Ginza Grand Premium Food Hall incorporates Japanese food, culture, and entertainment, all under one roof.
Measuring about 1,090 square meters, the hall houses ten premium stores: a line of seven stores from around Japan specializing in one or more of sushi, eel, tempura, sukiyaki, beef shabu-shabu, yakitori, Kobe beef steak, Hokkaido seafood, and Chinese cuisine, all served counter style; a luxurious Spanish seafood bar serving high-profile “creative cuisine” designed by creative chef Chikara Yamada that incorporates the style of a traditional Japanese tea ceremony; a restaurant serving new-wave Western cuisine that draws on the sensibilities of Japanese cuisine as interpreted by Kunio Tokuoka, Kyoto-based chef and star of the Japanese culinary world; and a tea salon designed by master tea blender Takashi Ito, where patrons can enjoy the finest teas.
In addition, in the dining zone of the Food Hall and along a 40-meter terrace overlooking the streets of Ginza, diners can enjoy the a la carte menus of each specialty store as well as a selection of sweets.
- bal, western dishes, Japanese dishes, tea salon, barbecued chicken, sukiyaki, beef shabu-shabu, original Chinese food, seafood, sushi, eel, tempura, steak, grilling foods on an iron plate
- Business Hours
From 11:00 to 23:30
※Specialty store counter from 11:00 to 14:00 / from 17:00 to 23:30 (LO: 21:30)
※Tsukiji bal with Uoriki / Ginza modern terrace from 11:00 to 23:30 (foods LO: 22:00 / drink LO: 22:30)
- Price range
- Lunch dinner¥1,500 - ¥15,000
- The number of seats
- Approximately 380 (specialty store counter approximately ten seats X 7 store, bal counter approximately 70 seats, restaurant approximately 170 seats, terrace approximately 70 seats)
- Please refer to each store
- Reservations Available
- Please refer to each store
- Please note that smoking is not permitted.
- Point program
- Parking service
- Phone number
- 0570-001-432 ※I put through to each store with navigator dial
Course menus are available at specialty store counters (lunch and dinner).
Ginza Modern Terrace offers a la carte menus from specialty stores.
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