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3rd time lucky here when there was practically no crowd at all. Otherwise it was always packed to the brim during peak holiday seasons. I came here for an afternoon tea with dessert and I was not disappointed at all.
The cafe had a classy...More
So many choices yet so little time to enjoy it all - my wife and I decided to settle for Shiseido Parlour Salon de Cafe since both of us were nearby (we had just finished shopping at Hakuhinkan Toy Store nearby). The ground floor is...More
This restaurant is under Shiseido companies but not for cosmetics but westernized Japanese food. It's been a while for me to make a stop at this restaurant. The service and quality of food remained the same but due to inflation, the price got nearly 1.5...More
I visited this place during the public Holiday in Japan, therefore I needed to wait to be seated for around 20-25 minutes. I was wanted to try the bistro upstairs, not the cafe, but advanced booking was needed, so we ended up to go the...More
After a long day exploring Tokyo, what a great way to unwind with a well-crafted cocktail on the 11th floor of the Shiseido building. There is shopping and a cafe on the lower floors but if you want a drink in a top notch bar,...More
A "must visit" place in the posh Ginza shopping district. Old fashioned and stylish tea-room where some excellent pastry is being served by elegant waiters. Just the right place for a break between sightseeing and shopping.
In the same building is Bar S on 11F. An intimate bar with friendly staff. There was amazing detail and care taken with the gin and tonic we ordered. A joy to watch the bartender create.
They helped with several suggestions of where to eat....More
We want to have a more decent lunch so we picked this after checking the review here.
We ordered the set lunch, food is good but the portion of the rice is quite small for guys. They got a very high ceiling so it adds...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular