Reservation for Yakitori Ginza I in Tokyo

updated: July 22th, 2024

Experience the finest grilled cuisine at Yakitori Ginza I in Tokyo's Chuo Ward. Enjoy the perfect blend of flavors and a luxurious atmosphere. Book your table now!

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    Yakitori Ginza I is a restaurant located in Ginza, Chuo Ward, Tokyo.
     It is a 5-minute walk from JR Shimbashi Station, an 8-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza Station, and approximately 356m from Shimbashi Station.
     The restaurant has 16 seats, including 10 counter seats and 6 private rooms.
    Yakitori Ginza I operates with two sessions, at 18:00 and 20:30.
     If you have other preferred times, please call in advance to confirm.
     It is also important to note that reservations for 5 or more people and lateness should be carefully considered.
    Yakitori Ginza I offers delicious wine and dishes, with the omakase course and creative grilled items being particularly popular.
     The service is also pleasant, and the atmosphere is filled with a sense of luxury, making it an ideal place for dates and entertaining.
    Furthermore, you can enjoy unique dishes such as "Foie Gras Skewer Meatballs" and "Egg-Over-Rice".
     The chefs are dedicated to using high-quality ingredients and preparing them with care.
     Wine pairing is also available, and there is a resident sommelier to assist with detailed consultations.
    Yakitori Ginza I has a cozy, hidden-gem atmosphere where you can enjoy a meal in a calm setting.
     However, it is advisable to avoid bringing children to the restaurant.
    The restaurant offers course menus, with prices starting from approximately 10,000 yen.
     You will undoubtedly be satisfied with the quality and flavors of the dishes.
    Yakitori Ginza I is located underground and is equipped with Wi-Fi.
     However, please be mindful of the signal reception.
    Please do visit us.


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