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Ginza Kojyu, Tokyo, is a Michelin 2-star restaurant which serves Japanese traditional cuisine. All dishes are creative and delicate. You can also enjoy seasonal flavours. People from all over the world come to Kojyu to eat delicious meals!
- Eat a Japanese traditional cuisine at Kojyu
- Enjoy the food made using seasonal ingredients
- Spend happy moments in a special environment with an awesome interior
Ginza Kojyu, Tokyo
Children under 13 years old cannot be accepted.
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Kaiseki at its best.
Best wagyu beef ever
Really delicious and delightful experience. They have the best wagyu beef I've ever tasted. Highlight dishes of our degustation experience are wagyu beef, steamed crab, and scallop dumpling soup. Umami!
A Tillating Experience for the Senses!
This Michelin-starred restaurant offers a true Kaiseki dining experience where the senses of sight, smell & taste is created according to what the season has to offer. With a counter that seats only 8, I can see how Chef Toru Okuda painstakingly prepares the dishes to perfection before serving. Indeed a tillating experience for the senses of sight, smell & taste!
The food and the service are unbelievable! Don't wear shoes that are difficult to remove. The bathrooms sinks are even artful here. Service is impeccable.
My wife and I went to Ginza Kojyu on 28 January 2017 (First day of Chinese New Year). Thanks to the wonderful host of Voyagin, who has help us in making reservation, and accommodate to what we needed (we requested a normal table instead of Tatami). Ginza Kojyu has treated us so well to give us a small room to celebrated our New Year. Thank you all. The Kaiseki of Kojyu is not only food but an art. Every course is carefully prepared and with absolute high standard of innovation. Will definitely visit again.
Decent meal but overpriced
Ginza Kojyu was great from beginning to end. The service was fantastic, and the show of watching the chef prepare your kaiseki meal was very entertaining. My only gripe is that, while the meal was good, nothing stood out. All the flavors and preparations, from the sashimi course, to the rice, to the dessert, were pretty pedestrian. The only thing that wasn't pedestrian was the pricetag.
Don't do Michelin stars in Tokyo unless you really get it...
Whenever we travel somewhere, we try to visit a Michelin star restaurant. In Tokyo the experience was very different. It's not about the service and the food. It's strictly about the food. This doesn't mean the service was bad. This means that the service is really good everywhere in Tokyo... The food is another story. It's Japanese food, and I'm not a connoisseur... in my view it was Ok, but tastes and textures were maybe too repetitive and maybe not as good as you would expect from a 2 Michelin star in Ginza
- Grilled Spanish mackerel and Wagyu Beef, Hokkaido Potato, Daikon Radish, Steamed Radish by City Foodsters (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/) #1
- Japanese Crab, Wakame Seaweed, Jelly with Vinegar by City Foodsters (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/) #2
- Japanese Clear Soup, Yuzu, Scallop Dumpling, Matsutake Mushroom by City Foodsters (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/) #3
- Eel Seasoned with Soy Sauce by City Foodsters (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/) #4
- Melon and Strawberries, Brown Tea Pudding, Yuzu Sorbet by City Foodsters (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/) #5
- Outside Kojyu by City Foodsters (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/) #6
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