Full Report! We Visit Every Cafe and Restaurant at the Newly Opened Kirarito Ginza!
On October 30, 2014, Tokyo witnessed the grand opening of the Kirarito Ginza shopping mall on Chuo Avenue. Under the concept of creating "the happiest place in Ginza," this high-end department store offers a wide selection of bridal services as well as plenty of restaurants and stores perfect for a bright, sunny day.
At 52 stores in total, we decided to write a full report on every restaurants and cafe in the building!!
Ore-no Italian Tokyo (B1)
If you haven't been living under a rock, you'll know that Ore-no ("my/mine" in Japanese) is one of the most famous restaurants in the country right now.
Every dish has been created under its chef, Toshihiro Yamaura, is available at an exceptionally reasonable price and was carefully crafted to please your taste buds!! There is also a white piano and a space for live music, so you can enjoy your evening while bobbing along to live jazz renditions and contemplating classical music.
Open: 3pm to 11pm
Ore-no French Tokyo (B1)
This restaurant is next to Ore-no Italian Tokyo, which is part of Ore-no Corporation.
Nicolas Chevrollier, who used to be an executive chef of the St. Regis Osaka, was invited to this restaurant as executive chef and now offers authentic French dishes at reasonable prices.
You can enjoy yourself with live jazz and classical music performances here, too.
Open: 3pm to 11pm
Eggs 'n Things (4F)
Needless to say, the famous pancake restaurant from Hawaii is now in Ginza!
As I'm sure you'll have heard, the most popular food in this restaurant is pancakes and this is the first time that the franchise includes terrace seats.
Enjoy your meal and just chill out with an open-plan area!
Open: 9am to 11pm
Mercer Brunch Ginza Terrace (4F)
At this New York-style brunch restaurant, which is a newcomer to the Ginza area, you'll fine a special French toast made with brioche that is sure to leave your stomach well and truly satisfied.
This is also a great place for unwinding with a drink on the terrace looking out along Chuo Street.
Open: 10am to 11pm
Délices Tarte & Café (4F)
This homemade tart cafe is the first restaurant of its kind to open in the Kanto region. It serves not only freshly baked tarts but some adorable gelato options made with plenty of fruits.
Open:11am to 11pm
At this accessory store, as recommended under Swarovski's "Create Your Style with Swarovski Element" campaign , there are a multitude of Swarovski products and you can enjoy making your own accessories while sipping on your choice of drinks.
They also sell Tuiterra crystal, which is mixed with real Martian meteorite and rock.
Open: 11am to 9pm
Ginza no Kanazawa (6F)
Kanazawa is a city that has been certified as a UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Art.
This store provides you with traditional Kanazawa crafts and local dishes. You really get a sense of the allure of the Kanazawa worldview while you're here.
Open: Art gallery 11am to 9pm / Dining 11:30am to 11pm
World Diner Produced by Gyunotatsujin (7F)
Gyunotatsujin is a yakiniku restaurant. The original store, which is in Shinjuku, has decided to launch its new sister restaurant here at the Kirarito Ginza.
The restaurant is equipped with a prepaid wine dispenser—a first in the world of yakiniku restaurants—and offers Korean-style steak tartare using raw beef that has undergone a rigorous screening process by the public health center in Chuo city. Here you can enjoy high-quality beef with your favorite wine!
Open: Lunch 11am to 2pm / Cafe 2pm to 5pm / Dinner 5pm to 11pm
For more information: http://r.gnavi.co.jp/6m63cv0s0000
Bistro Barnyard Ginza (7F)
With a strong focus on Californian cuisine and wine, this restaurant conveying the commitment of farmers around the world high-quality ingredients. You can also meet the farmers and food producers themselves at events called "Testings," where you can catch their enthusiasm for superior foodstuffs!
Open: Lunch 11am to 3pm / Cafe 3pm to 5pm / Dinner 5pm to 11pm
Trattoria del Pacioccone (7F)
This Italian restaurant, which has its original store in Niigata prefecture, expanded its business recently to Ginza. All ingredients used in their dishes are delivered daily from Niigata. The owner is also the first Japanese to open up a restaurant in Rome. All the allure of Niigata infused in each exquisite dish.
Open: Lunch 11:00-16:30/Dinner 17:30-23:00
Din Tai Fung (8F)
This restaurant, famous for its dumplings, has finally made its debut in Ginza and includes a party function room and the biggest floorspace in Japan.
All kinds of parties are available at this restaurant! Enjoy the authentic dim sum dishes at the biggest restaurant in Japan!!
The chef here was trained in Valencia and provides authentic Spanish cuisine to Japanese tastes. The most popular dish at this restaurant is the paella, which can be ordered for one as well!
These fusion Spanish-Japanese dishes are really something to behold!!
Open: Lunch 11:00-15:00/Cafe 15:00-17:00/Dinner 17:00-23:00
The restaurant known far and wide for serving sushi with generous-sized topics has now opened for the first time in Ginza.High-quality ingredients are used for all dishes and are really exceptional value. There are also various alcohol options, including not only Japanese sake but staff-selected wines as well.
In total, there are 13 restaurants at Kirarito Ginza to explore.In addition, there are Samsonite Black Label and Hartman, an established bag brand established over a hundred years ago, plus twenty jewelry and accessory stores and bridals services such as the ever popular Valldemossa Ginza.