This demure little restaurant is swallowed up by the larger and swankier businesses that now surround it, but it has been offering artistically arranged kaiseki and simpler bento boxes for more than 90 years, and it does it well. A plastic food display shows some of the options, but a perennial favorite is the three-course Fukiyose-zen obento, which comes with tempura and costs ¥3,675. Various kaiseki meals, which become more elaborate the more they cost, must be reserved in advance for those costing ¥10,395 and up.
Ginza Daimasu (銀座大増)
Our Rating Neighborhood Ginza Hours Daily 11:30am–8:30pm (last order) Transportation Station: Ginza (2 min.) Phone 03/3571-3584 Prices Kaiseki ¥5,775–¥13,860, bento ¥2,500–¥3,675, set lunches ¥2,100–¥2,940 Cuisine Type Kaiseki/Bento Web site Ginza Daimasu (銀座大増)
Map6-9-6 Ginza Tokyo
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