Ginza Kitcho
銀座吉兆

Tokyo Japanese Cuisine

The long-standing Ginza Kitcho, one of the birthplaces of the world-famous Japanese Cuisine which continues to spread Japan's proud cuisine and food culture to the world.

Kitcho was first opened by Mr. Teiichi Yuki in Osaka in 1930, who incorporated his deep understanding of Japanese culture into cuisine and thus greatly contributed to the rise of Japanese cuisine.

Mr. Toshiji Yuki, the grandson of Teiichi Yuki, opened the Ginza branch in 1987 and is now known as a long-standing establishment which has helped spread Japanese cuisine to the world. The cuisine strongly reflects the influence of kaiseki in its changing menus and interior furnishings which all depend on the season.

Kitcho has played a crucial role in establishing the base of the style of traditional Japanese cuisine. The practice of “valuing the relationships between people” has been a part of Kitcho since its birth, and this has been one of the main reasons it is frequented by politicians, influential businessmen, journalists, and cultural icons throughout history.

Kitcho also places great importance on the elements which contribute to the beautiful presentation of its dishes, such as the dedication to carefully selected plate-ware, table arrangements that evoke the four seasons, and hospitality which creates a comfortable dining experience. Many chefs who have learned the values and techniques of Kitcho have emerged as leading figures in the country’s culinary industry.

While inheriting the tradition of Kitcho and always keeping the strong fundamentals of Japanese cuisine, Ginza Kitcho also actively incorporates new initiatives which align with the current times in its traditional yet creative dishes.

We invite you to enjoy the historic cuisine of Kitcho together with the tradition and culture of Japan in the food capital of Ginza.

Address 4th Floor, Okura Honkan, 2-6-12 Ginza, Chuoku, Tokyo
Business hours Lunch: 11:30 to 15:00(Last order at 14:00)
Dinner: 17:30 to 22:00 (Last order at 20:00)
Closed Mondays (Open if it falls on a holiday)
Directions 5 minute walk from A13 Exit of Ginza Station of Tokyo Metro Subway Line
Price Lunch: From ¥13,200
Dinner: From ¥33,000
Service Charge 10%
Additional fee required for use of a private room
Seating Hall seating (From 1 guest)
3 Private Rooms (For 2 to 8 guests)
Smoking Prohibited (Smoking booth available)
Children Welcome if seated in the private room (10 years old and over are required to order a course).
Wi-Fi Available
Language English
Parking Available on the 2nd basement floor via entrance in the back street.
Dresscode Smart Casual required.
※ Sportswear and sandals are not allowed.
※ Guests wearing strong perfume or cologne will be denied entry.
Payment method 【Advance payment for online reservation】
PayPal or Credit Card

【Payment for additional orders at the restaurant】
Cash or Credit Card
Cancellation Policy ・For reservations of 1 to 9 guests:
※ Cancellations made up to 15:00 JST of 3 days before the reservation date are eligible to receive a full refund.
※ Cancellations made after 15:00 JST of 3 days before, or 2 days before, 1 day before, or on the day of the reservation date are not eligible to receive any refund.
※ All changes to the reservation are required to be made at least 3 days before the reservation date.
※ Requests to change or cancel a reservation made after the specified days above will not be eligible for any refund and requests to change the reservation to an alternative date/time will not be accommodated.

・For reservations of 10 or more guests:
※ Cancellations made up to 15:00 JST of 11 days before the reservation date are eligible to receive a full refund.
※ Cancellations made after 15:00 JST of 11 days before, or within 10 days of the reservation date are not eligible to receive any refund.
※ All changes to the reservation are required to be made at least 3 days before the reservation date.
※ Requests to change or cancel a reservation made after the specified days above will not be eligible for any refund and requests to change the reservation to an alternative date/time will not be accommodated.

4th Floor, Okura Honkan, 2-6-12 Ginza, Chuoku, Tokyo

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