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Shinbashi : cuisine et restaurants

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“Since 1936, Kyūbey’s quality and presentation has won it a moneyed and celebrity clientele. Even so, this is a supremely foreigner-friendly and relaxed restaurant. Expect personal greetings in English by the owner Imada-san and his team of talented chefs, who will make and serve your sushi, piece by piece. For a real treat, order the kaiseki (Japanese haute cuisine) menu served on pottery by famed artisan Kitaoji Rosanjin (¥31,500). There's an exhibition of Rosanjin pieces on the restaurant’s 4th floor. ”
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Centre commercial
“新橋・汐留 Shinbashi Shidome Gate of Tokyo Bay Shinbashi has a public image of a platform for so-called salary-man (male office workers). Hundreds of casual and reasonable izalaya are open until late hours. When you see a drunk salary-man interviewed on TV, that’s propably as Shinabashi. Walking through Shinbashi will lead you to a stylish city of Shiodome. Tall buildings make up the city of great night view of restaurants in high floor buildings. Explorethe starting point of Tokyo Bay cruising. Feel the different seasons at the Hamarikyu Garden, a famous Japanese garden near the ocean. ”
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Restaurant
Restaurant
Bar
“The Ore-no chain – where you stand to eat gourmet dishes prepared by skilled chefs at bargain prices – has been a massive success in Ginza. This one specialises in oden – delicious morsels simmered in dashi -stock. There are seats here too and a good wine list. ”
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Bar
“Classy! Best sound-system I have never seen/heard in a bar. Nice cocktail list... Home-made ginger lemonade is amazing.”
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Restaurant
“I had high quality Japanese food for the liquor which is to the brim. TEL:03-6280-6948 ”
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Dessert Shop

Cafés

Cafe
“If you take this train you will be able to see Tokyo bay from the window and Olympic place.”
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Cafe
“It is standing cafe. But, they open early to prepare fresh coffee. It is located in office area. Tasty is so good. And this shop's owner turn on japanese famous music. Although it is japanese song, it is good and soft song. ”
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Cafe
“It is most close from our Rooms. And price is not expensive. Also, they sell morning menu from 7 am to 11 am. ”
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Café
“This is Tokyo’s go-to place for anyone serious about coffee. When you first walk in, you see their big roaster on the side and you can smell the coffee being roasted as you walk by. It’s beautiful, like something from a David Lynch movie. The menu is extensive, including a wide assortment of aged beans leading to a variety of tasty coffee. The owner, Ichiro Sekiguchi, is 102 years old! When he’s not roasting coffee, you’ll probably see him either smoking a pipe, sipping coffee, or sleeping. Make sure to say hi, or even snap a photo with him—but ask first.”
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Café
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