Ginza INZ Restaurant Guide
Ginza INZ located near the JR Yamanote Line and Keihin-Tohoku Line Yurakucho Station (2-minutes from the central entrance), a shopping center directly connected to the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line Ginza Station (C9 Exit), and Yurakucho Line Ginza 1-Chome Station (C2 Exit). We are located at the Tokyo Expressway underpass. Ginza INZ operates over 30 restaurants on four floors total in two buildings, consisting of the 2nd floor and 1st floor basement of "Ginza INZ 1," and the 2nd floor and 2nd floor basement of "Ginza INZ 2."
Business hours for Ginza INZ 1 is 11:00 to 23:15, and 11:00 to 23:00 for Ginza INZ 2. We provide a comfortable dining space to customers visiting Ginza and Yurakucho during lunch to dinner hours, and receive great feedback.
We operate restaurants of various cuisines, such as Japanese, Western-style, Chinese, specialty cuisine, izakaya (sake pubs), family restaurants, etc. - serving menu selections prepared with seasonal food ingredients and beverages. We serve various menu selections with reasonable prices, where customers can enjoy casual dining.
With hopes that "Ginza INZ" will become a central Ginza destination, the three alphabetical letters 'inz' in the middle of 'Ginza' was taken to symbolize this concept as the business name for the shopping center that emphasize the visual and auditory concept more than the meaning of the word itself. Also, 'IN' refers to "the latest products or things," while 'Z' is taken from the term "Zenith" (meaning "the top," "the peak" in English). The name 'INZ' also reflects the meaning, "a place where the most suitable products or things are always accessible."
Also, to emphasize an upbeat and fun impression, orange was selected as the warm theme color. A new form of communication with the main target audience is anticipated from adopting this business name and logo symbolizing the CI concept, "new comfort."
We promise you will create wonderful memories during your meal at "Ginza INZ" in Ginza and Yurakucho.