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Japanese Food: Koju in Ginza | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Ginza this time is Japanese Food: Koju.

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TripAdvisor Koju(score:4.5)
Restaurant’s Name (Japanese) 銀座 小十
Business Hours Lunch:
12 PM – 1 PM
Dinner:
6 PM – 9:30 PM
Category Japanese Food
Budget ¥30,000~
TEL +81-3-6215-9544
Address 5-4-8 Ginza | 4F Karioka Bldg., Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo
Business Holiday Sunday, National holiday,
Summer time and New Year’s Day.
Access Ginza Station
Seats 22
Credit Card VISA, MasterCard, Diners, American Express, JCB
Smoking Establishment Non-smoking

Appearance

It is located on the 4th floor of Karioka Bldg. and the exterior-front door of this restaurant is simple with a curtain partition.

Travel time on foot is approximately 3 minutes from the nearest exit – Exit B6 of Ginza Station, and about 10 minutes from JR Yurakucho Sation-Chuo Exit.

No need to worry about the long lines though as waiting is not needed for those who have confirmed reservation unless you come in earlier than your scheduled time.

Ambiance

“Counter seats”

“Private Room: Tatami Seats”

“Private Room 1 – Table Seats”

“Private Room 2 – Table Seats”

Koju is one of the most popular restaurants in Tokyo as it received the Michelin ⭐️⭐️⭐️ restaurant award. A representation of the best Japanese culture: Food.

This truly is a symbol of elegance in a fine-dining restaurant. Having 8 comfy counter seats, 6 tatami seats, and 4 tables seats for the two private rooms, this place is a great hideaway for relaxation. It also has a cozy atmosphere that you have nothing else to complain about. What a great place for eating alone, celebrate with your family, co-workers, friends, and of course perfect atmosphere for dating.

This place is not crowded at all as they take reservations first before the customers can visit the place. It is really difficult to have a reservation here especially for foreigners, but with a little help from the hotel concierge where you’re staying, it’s not much of a big deal.

Recommended Menu


The restaurant’s recommended course is its traditional Kaiseki cuisine – traditional multi-course Japanese dinner has holds a collection of skills and techniques in cooking to provide gastronomical experience.

Additional Information

・Recommended for gatherings, simple occasions, and dating.

・Kindly note that all prices are subject to a 10% service charge & tax.

・The resetaurant is available for reservation only.

People’s Review

Best beef 🥩 ever !!! Wow 😮😱

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Great food; great company

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