Yakiniku: USHIGORO Bambina in Ginza | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Ginza this time is Yakiniku: USHIGORO Bambina.

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TripAdvisor USHIGORO Bambina – Ginza (score:4.5 )
Business Hours Monday – Friday
5 PM – 12 MN(L.O. 11 PM)
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
4 PM – 12 MN (L.O. 11 PM)
Category Yakiniku Restaurant
Budget ¥6,000~up
TEL +81-3-3573-4129 (inquiry)
+81-50-5592-6597 (reservation)
Address 5-6-13 Ginza | Nishi Gobangai Bldg. 3F, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo
Business Holiday None
Access Ginza Station
Seats 50
Credit Card VISA, MasterCard, Diners, American Express, JCB
English Menu Yes
Smoking Establishment Yes


“The view of the entrance with wine display”

“A view of the building’s location”

Travel time on foot is 1 minute if you’re coming from Ginza Station B3 Exit.

The building where USHIGORO Bambina is located looks quite old but well-kept. It is on the third floor with wine cellar display when you arrived at the entrance. Also, the restaurant name is readable for every foreign visitors.


It’s comfortable dining area will make you relax in no time upon while eating a delicious course. Also, it’s a convenient place when eating alone, with friends, with co workers, and even works perfectly for dating! They prepared 4 private rooms for business, families, and for couples.

Better book your reservation ahead if you don’t want to bear the agony of waiting. This place can be so fully-loaded sometimes and you can expect all types of customers like foreign travelers, and local people in Japan.

Recommended Menu

Ginza branch menu is almost the same with other branches and always been using certified A5 Japanese black Wagyu beef. You can try one of their highly requested menus, the “Prime Wagyu Tartare”.

Additional information

・Kids are welcome.

・Suitable dining place for solo, with co workers, with family, and dating.

・Services offered:
Party Accommodations available

Wine Steward/Sommelier on duty.

Drinks: Japanese sake (Nihonshu), Japanese spirits (Shochu), Wines, Cocktails

・Cons: Secluded Area.

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