Ginza ShinoharaRestaurant promoted from 1 to 2 stars or 2 to 3 stars銀座 しのはら

  • two stars
  • Comfortable
  • No smoking area
  • Counter restaurant
  • Reservation required
Ginza Shinohara

You’ll fall in love with this place, not only for the cuisine but also for the cheerful welcome by the owner-chef. The hassun, with its wide range of shuko including sushi pickled in brine, is arranged to resemble a rural scene. The restaurant is distinctive for the use of unconventional ingredients such as caviar and Chinese mitten crab. The foie gras monaka with fruit is a standard dish. Securing a reservation here is no mean feat, so be prepared.

Opening hours, last orders
Dinner = 17:00-20:00, 20:30-23:30
Annual and weekly closing
Closed Sunday
Dinner = ¥29,000
B1F, Habiulu GinzaⅡ, 2-8-17 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

* This content is based on the information when “MICHELIN GUIDE TOKYO 2020” was published.

* The information is reproduced from the Michelin Guide. Please contact the facility directly for more detail.

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