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Location
Cuisine
Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Average cost
Dinner: ¥40,000 - ¥55,000
Contemporary kaiseki cuisine from a master chef perfectly complements an Aomori brewery’s select sake with almost 250 years of history behind it.
Restaurant brought to you in partnership with Makuake World!

Restaurant Details

※ Please note that all shark fin used in Ginza Hassen is sustainably sourced, rather than acquired through the practice of finning. As the eldest son of a sushi chef, Japanese cuisine is in Shuichi Sugimoto’s blood. Before setting up his own eponymous restaurant in Azabudai in 2005, he was head chef of a famous traditional Japanese restaurant (ryotei) in Akasaka, followed by head of Japanese cuisine in a famous Yokohama hotel, and finally manager of a kappo restaurant. Today, Chef Sugimoto is the executive chef and dining director of Ginza Hassen, a restaurant that sees the meeting of his masterful culinary technique and the almost-250-year expertise of the pride of Aomori, Hachinohe Shuzo Sake Brewery. One of Japan's most recognizable breweries, Hachinohe Shuzo has won numerous awards both domestic and international. It clinched the top spot in the World Sake Brewery ranking in 2021, won the Platinum Award in the Kura Master Concours in France, and consistently receives Gold Awards in the National Sake Appraisal and National Hot Sake Contest. Using only select rice and yeast grown in Aomori and farmed using traditional methods, the last key component in Hachinohe Shuzo sake is the pristine spring water from the Kanisawa area. This gives it a lightness and purity that can be found in no other sake in Japan. This meticulousness and dedication to quality can be met only by a master of Chef Sugimoto’s caliber. His contemporary yet traditional take on kaiseki cuisine showcases both the unmatched freshness and quality of Aomori’s natural bounties, while also letting Hachinohe Shuzo’s sake speak elegantly for itself. Almost 30 varieties of Hachinohe Shuzo's finest are available at Ginza Hassen, which offers six sake pairings to go with the 10-odd courses in the meal. The encyclopedic knowledge of the sommeliers are also available at guests' disposal, should they wish to request for alternative pairing recommendations.
Dining Courses
Special Enburi + Sake Tasting Set
Evening
¥ 41,000
(Tax Incl.)
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A course menu featuring premium ingredients sourced from all over Japan, each one immaculately paired with some of the finest sakes from behind Ginza Hassen’s counter.
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A course menu featuring premium ingredients sourced from all over Japan, each one immaculately paired with some of the finest sakes from behind Ginza Hassen’s counter.
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¥ 41,000
(Tax Incl.)
Select
Special Enburi + Sake Tasting Set + Interpreter
Evening
¥ 52,200
(Tax Incl.)
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A course menu featuring premium ingredients sourced from all over Japan, each one immaculately paired with some of the finest sakes from behind Ginza Hassen’s counter. This course comes with an interpreter on hand to explain each individual dish and its accompanying sake pairing, as well as to facilitate conversation between guests and the chef.
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A course menu featuring premium ingredients sourced from all over Japan, each one immaculately paired with some of the finest sakes from behind Ginza Hassen’s counter. This course comes with an interpreter on hand to explain each individual dish and its accompanying sake pairing, as well as to facilitate conversation between guests and the chef.
Show more
¥ 52,200
(Tax Incl.)
Select

Ginza Hassen Access Info

Ginza Hassen is a 4-minute walk from Shimbashi Station, or a 7-minute walk from Uchisaiwaicho Station.

Ginza Hassen Phone Number

03-6821-2096

Ginza Hassen Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
05:30 PM
10:00 PM
Tuesday
05:30 PM
10:00 PM
Wednesday
05:30 PM
10:00 PM
Thursday
05:30 PM
10:00 PM
Friday
05:30 PM
10:00 PM
Saturday
05:30 PM
10:00 PM

Ginza Hassen Address

Boss Building B1, 8-chome-5-24 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo, 104-0061

Ginza Hassen Cancellation Policy

Cancel your reservation at least 2 days before the dining start time to receive a full refund minus a 3.2% transaction fee.
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