Share
Save
Photos

Shinohara

Detail
Share
Save
Photos
Summary
Restaurant Details
Restaurant Location
Reviews
Location
Cuisine
Traditional Japanese / Kaiseki / Kappo
Average cost
Lunch: ¥30,000 - ¥39,999
Dinner: ¥30,000 - ¥39,999
A truly groundbreaking fusion of two cuisines is a rare treat — this Japanese restaurant from Shiga is the real deal.
Two MICHELIN Stars:
Excellent cooking, worth a detour!

Restaurant Details

Shinohara is one of Japan’s most notable restaurants. While it used to be located in Shiga Prefecture’s Konan City, the chef-owner Takemasa Shinohara decided to move its location to Tokyo in 2016. The move significantly cleared the path to success for Shinohara — not that it wasn't doing well before, but the average flow of customers multiplied dramatically after the move. A lot of people hold high expectations for Ginza Shinohara, especially nowadays with its two Michelin stars. Mr. Shinohara has been able to successfully give the people want with his original and unique cuisine. His creative dishes especially stand out compared to other fancy restaurants in Ginza, with the unique tastes of a hybrid-style Japanese cuisine which incorporates elements of Chinese, Korean, and other Asian culinary traditions.
Reservations not available.

Shinohara Phone Number

03-6263-0345

Shinohara Business Days

Sunday
Closed
Monday
05:00 PM
11:30 PM
Tuesday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
11:30 PM
Wednesday
05:00 PM
11:30 PM
Thursday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
11:30 PM
Friday
05:00 PM
11:30 PM
Saturday
12:00 PM
03:00 PM
-
05:00 PM
11:30 PM

Shinohara Address

2-8-17 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

Restaurant location

Spreading as far as Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama, the mega-metropolis of the Greater Tokyo Area functions as the country’s futuristic capital, featuring the latest in art, technologies, food, and pockets of every subculture imaginable.
Get Directions
Be the first to review this restaurant!
Overall ratings and reviews
(0)
Write a Review
We strive to be as accurate as possible and keep up with the changing landscape of Japan’s food and travel industries. If you spot any inaccuracies, please send a report.
Reservations not available.