Tokyo, GINZA SIX – This Well-Known Large Dining Hall in Ginza Connects the Aisles
“GINZA SIX” is a new commercial building in Ginza.
I visited this large dining hall, GINZA GRAND Premium Food Hall, on the building’s 6th floor.
The large hall, with a size of 330 tsubo, or 11,740 square feet, is home to a luxury food court with 10 restaurants, which specialize in sushi, unagi, sukiyaki, yakitori, teppan-yaki, seafood, Chinees food, shellfish, western-style food, and tea.
For those who are looking for multi-course meals or each restaurant’s specialty menus, take a seat at the counters (10 seats at each store). If not, you can be guided to the regular seating.
These are the incredibly popular terrace seats. They feel very open, so they’re my recommended seats.
You can look out over Ginza’s Chuo-dori from the terrace seats.
The lunch menus start from 1800 yen.
Each restaurant has 2-3 lunch menus available. They primarily focus on donburi (rice bowls with toppings).
It’s nice to be able to order dishes from different restaurants all while staying in the same seat.
Orders are taken and payment is made at the seats.
The curry is spicy and cooked well.
There are plenty of blocks of gently-simmered wagyu in the curry, and it’s extremely delicious!!
Café Time (14:00-17:00)
I visited again during the café time.
The café time menu offers the lunchtime menu’s items like curry and sandwiches, as well as a variety of drinks, shaved ice, parfaits, and other desserts.
I ordered the strawberry shaved ice, which stood out even among the other menu items.
The light ice is packed with the flavor of condensed milk. I also unearthed some frozen strawberries!
As I kept eating, I also found some strawberry ice cream!
The combination of light shaved ice with strawberries in condensed milk was even tastier than I’d imagined, and I was completely satisfied! It’d be perfect for a break on a hot day!
Basic information on GINZA GRAND Premium Food Hall
- 6-10-1 GINZA SIX 6F, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
A 2-minute walk from the A3 exit of Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, and Hibiya Line’s “Ginza Station”
A 3-minute walk from the A1 exit of Tokyo Metro Asakusa Line and Hibiya Line’s Higashi-Ginza Station
- Business Hours
Lunch Time 11:00-14:00
Café Time 14:00-17:00
Dinner Time 17:00-23:30
- Open 365 days