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  • G-1 International Club
  • ( Hostess Clubs  / Ginza )
  • An elegant hostess club in the heart of the glamorous Ginza district. The hostesses come from around the world, giving it a global touch.
  • G. R. C. (Gurakku)
  • ( Accessories , Jewelry  / Ikebukuro )
  • This place specializes in accessories at more than reasonable prices. Find here tons of hats and some belts, hats, jewelry, and raingear. G. R. C. offers a variety of styles and color choices so comin...
  • Gachapon Kaikan
  • ( Cosplay, Figua  / Akihabara )
  • Gachapon Kaikan is a store with shelves after shelves of gashapon machines. Gachapon, or gashapon are also referred to as capsule toys. Some gashapons are rare and exchanged at high prices. The are...
  • Gaien Hanten
  • ( Chinese  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • This restaurant is owned and operated by a Taiwanese couple who have lived in Tokyo for quite some time. We have visited twice with very different food and service - in a word inconsistent. On our...
  • Gaijin Inc.
  • ( Car Dealers  / Chiba, Narita )
  • Hi, Thanks for the information.This has provided everyone the option for getting used cars. New Cars
  • Gallery Saoh &Tomos
  • ( Art Galleries  / Nihombashi )
  • A diverse range of artists, genres and nationalities are on display at the Saoh & Tomos Gallery. They emphasize the relationship between art and everyday life. No admissions fee.
  • Game Hollywood
  • ( Video Games  / Akihabara )
  • I found it strange that in this store they had the American flag plastered all over the place. In any case it gave this shop a kind of funky feel to it, and I was really impressed with the wide select...
  • Gamers
  • ( Video Games  / Akihabara )
  • This store is located right near the main Akihabara exit on your left. It has 8 floors, though I never ventured past the 7th for lack of energy. This store is very much in the mould of Asobit city and...
  • Ganda-ra
  • ( Hot Stone Spas  / Meguro )
  • Ganso Ebisu Ramen
  • ( Ramen  / Asakusa )
  • I have consistently had amazing ramen here. But then one day my daughter got really sick after eating here. I'm not sure what it was, but she said it tasted pretty weird. I still like this restaurant,...
  • Ganso Harajuku Basaraka 1994
  • ( Ramen  / Harajuku )
  • This noodle shop popular amongst Japanese youth offers an extremely heavy version of tonkotsu (pork bone) shoyu ramen. The noodles are thin and straight. Don't attempt this restaurant if you aren't ...
  • Garam
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Shinjuku )
  • Garam is a small reggae club that hosts MCs, DJs and live events. It is an institution for reggae in Tokyo. Check their website to find out about the latest special events.
  • Garden Clinic Hiroo (Dermatology)
  • ( Dermatology , Allergy & Immunology  / Hiroo )
  • I went for luxury skin care treatment course and laser treatment for a skin growth on my face. The doctor explained to me in a very friendly, polite and understandable way about my treatment. Besides,...
  • Gash
  • ( Maid Cafes  / Tameikesanno )
  • Gash is a maid cafe in Akasaka, located a bit far from the well-known Mecca of the business. There are table seats and counter seats in this comfortable, wooden interior cafe. There are 300 yen and ...
  • Gaspanic : Roppongi
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Roppongi )
  • Gaspanic is the bottom of the metaphorical nightlife barrel in Tokyo. Even Japanese people who don't go clubbing know that it isn't cool. They even force you to buy a drink if you don't already have...
  • Gaspanic : Shibuya Center gai
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Shibuya )
  • This place is a scar in senta-gai. Every self respecting Japanese person avoids this place like the plague. Don't waste your time with this place and take the time to find something better; there ar...
  • Gaspanic : Shibuya Dogenzaka
  • ( Dance Clubs / Nightclubs  / Shibuya )
  • Had the 20 minute pleasure of checking out Gaspanic Shibuya... honestly what a shite hole... 25 africans men and 3 Japanese women even the people wearing staff T-Shirts made me feel un-welcome....
  • Gastro Pub JOY
  • ( Bars , Italian  / Hiroo )
  • Gastro Pub Joy serves high-quality food a step above standard pubs, in addition to 30 kinds of beer. You can enjoy wine by the glass or bottle accompanied by meals cooked by the pub's Italian chef. A ...
  • Gavial
  • ( Curry  / Nihombashi )
  • Gazan
  • ( Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki , Yakiniku  / Azabu-juban )
  • Right across from the Azabu post office, and convenient to Tokyo Tower and Roppongi Hills, Gazan specializes in Yonezawa beef from Yamagata prefecture. Enjoy this fine beef in a quiet, refined atmosp...
  • Gelateria Sweets Studio
  • ( Italian  / Ikebukuro )
  • This Gelateria is located right around the corner from Italian Tomato. They offer gelato (Italian ice cream) in a variety of flavors including orange, sakura, matcha, and raspberry. While they tasted ...
  • Gen Seafood & Steak: Roppongi
  • ( Steak  / Roppongi )
  • Gen is a steak & seafood house that delivers top-notch ingredients in Roppongi. The steaks are prime beef, while the seafood changes with the seasons.
  • Genkai
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ichigaya )
  • Genpin Fugu
  • ( Fugu  / Shinjuku )
  • At the entrance there is a fish tank with your meal still swimming around in it. This place is that fresh. In fact, perhaps a little freaky but, the fugu came to our table with the cuts of fish stil...
  • Gentaku
  • ( Tonkatsu  / Akasaka )
  • Wow! The appearance of this place gave pause for concern, but the tonkatsu was good. The owner is a delightfully friendly chap. Good food, but until the interior is cleaned up a bit, I don't know...
  • Genya
  • ( Izakaya , Traditional Japanese  / Yotsuya )
  • Genya offers some of the best set lunches in the Yotsuya area. The food is classic Japanese and the menu changes a little bit with the seasons. As you walk in there is a big tank with live fish that w...
  • GEOS Kudan Institute of Language & Culture
  • ( Japanese Language Schools  / Jimbocho )
  • The classes at the Geos Kudanshita are long and patronizing. I felt as though I was being treated as a child the entire time. The testing requirements are harder than many Japanese schools themselves,...
  • GeraGera: Roppongi
  • ( Manga/Internet Cafes  / Roppongi )
  • I was surprised at how easy it was to visit my first manga cafe. Gera Gera is l ocated right on Roppongi Dori, although the entrance is a little small and you have to climb to the 6th floor. As soon a...
  • Geronimo Shot Bar
  • ( Bars  / Roppongi )
  • I remember coming here a few years back when I was staying at the USA Embassy Compound. The fact there was a Native American themed bar in the middle of the Roppongi district was what interested my c...
  • Geshinkyo: Harajuku
  • ( Traditional Japanese , Vegetarian & Healthy  / Harajuku )
  • The head chef of Geshinkyo studied vegetarian shojin cuisine in Kyoto before coming back to Tokyo and developing his own style. His approach to shojin cuisine, which is not unlike kaiseki food in comp...
  • Ghibli Museum
  • ( Museums  / Kichijoji )
  • Although a bit outside the main center of Tokyo, it was definitely worth the trip here. My friend is an animator and we are both fans of anime, so it was a treat to come here and learn about the anima...
  • Ghungroo
  • ( Curry , Indian & South Asian  / Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Pleasant staff and a well thought out interior. The food, whilst better than most curry houses in Tokyo, is not up to the standards of a good Indian in the UK (or India). Unfortunately the rice is s...
  • Gindako
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ginza )
  • This takoyaki shop serves the best takoyaki I've ever had in Tokyo. Unlike most stalls, you don't need to guess whether it is fresh or not. You can watch them make the takoyaki (and taiyaki, althoug...
  • Ginmaru
  • ( Izakaya  / Ginza )
  • Gin Maru is wedged into the seventh floor of a Hibiya building, the entire restaurant nearing the size of an American SUV. Not really, but close. Sashimi was good, but the place definitely had a stran...
  • Ginnoto
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Ginza )
  • Located behind Kabuki-za, this yoshoku restaurant had remained popular for 50 years with a menu of two dishes, stew and gratin. Never changing its offerings, it attracts a loyal clientele as well as ...
  • Ginza Cozy Corner
  • ( Japanese Sweets & Cafes , Bakery  / Shibuya )
  • In Japan, there are multitudes are bakery and sweets cafes; i'm thinking there's a major sweet tooth over here; that or it's used for household warming/greeting gifts, so as a necessity these places s...
  • Ginza Cuvo
  • ( Plastic Surgery / Cosmetic Surgery  / Ginza )
  • Dr. Cuvo is a graduate of Asahikawa Medical College in Hokkaido, before he left for the United States, where he trained at Rockefeller University in New York and Thomas Jefferson University in Pennsyl...
  • Ginza Fukusuke: Ikebukuro
  • ( Sushi  / Ikebukuro )
  • An old adagio of French cooking is that you can tell a chef's worth by his or her sauces. In Japan, the sauces are not the true measure but the soup. If I had to go by the soup alone, Fukusuke sushi w...
  • Ginza Hageten: Ikebukuro
  • ( Tempura  / Ikebukuro )
  • I try not to be a finicky eater, but within five minutes I wanted to run away from Hageten. In fact, I was about to head to the entrance to settle my bill when the chef came over and announced that I ...
  • Ginza Hageten: Tokyo
  • ( Tempura  / Tokyo Station )
  • This authentic tempura restaurant was established back in 1928. Here, you can taste different dishes each season, created using the season’s freshest ingredients, and cooked in Hageten's signature s...
  • Ginza Hinaiya
  • ( Yakitori , Izakaya  / Shimbashi )
  • Ginza's Hinai-ya serves exclusively Hinai chicken, of Japan's premium chicken farm. Going one step further, they select from among the highest quality chickens Hinai offers. The dimly lit atmosphere...
  • Ginza Ikkyo
  • ( Traditional Japanese  / Ginza )
  • Ginza Ikkyo offers sophisticated Japanese Kaiseki cuisine at surprisingly reasonable prices. A set course is available for 5,000yen and the flavor is popular with a large number of Tokyoites. Privat...
  • Ginza Kunoya
  • ( Japanese Goods  / Ginza )
  • This is a really cute place to go get Ginza souvenirs. There are adorable figurines, nice traditional looking handbags, and elegant tea cups. There is a great variety of items. Certainly a good shop f...
  • Ginza Matsuzaka Rooftop Beer Garden
  • ( Beer Gardens  / Ginza )
  • The Matsuzaka beer garden has been delighting Tokyoites for over 25 years. The approach is straightforward, and delicious: sapporo and yebisu beer, and lamb barbecue on the rooftop. It doesn't get muc...
  • Ginza Muginbo
  • ( Udon  / Tsukiji )
  • Muginbo is a popular spot for classier business people to grab a quick lunch. You'll find it packed during the lunch hour, and full of people in snappy business suits. Be prepared to sit at a table wi...
  • Ginza Sajin
  • ( Japanese Sweets & Cafes  / Ginza )
  • This hidden Japanese tea cafeis a bit hard to find but offers a claming and comfortable break from the hectic pace of Ginza. Even a novice to Japan's extensive tea culture will be welcomed, and if yo...
  • Ginza Suehiro Kotobuki
  • ( Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki , Teishoku, Yoshoku , Yakiniku  / Ginza )
  • I think of Suehiro as an archetypal Ginza establishment - luxurious, a blind imitation of the West, yet somehow Japanified in the process. Just off Chuo Dori, Ginza's main avenue, Suihiro looks rath...
  • Ginza Ten Ichi : Shinjuku
  • ( Tempura  / Shinjuku )
  • Dating back to the early Showa period, this long-established Tempura restaurant has its flagship restaurant in Ginza. Back when it was still young, Ten Ichi was loved by many artists and authors inclu...
  • Ginza Tenryu
  • ( Chinese  / Ginza )
  • Tenryu has been popular for its large, 11cm. (4 inch!) dumplings since it opened in 1949. You buy a ticket outside first and then present it to your server, upon which a plate of 8 dumplings will arr...
  • Ginza Three Hundred Bar : 5 chome
  • ( Bars  / Ginza )
  • A standing bar with all food and drinks priced at 300 yen. No cover charge. The only catch is that you are required to buy two food/drink tickets on your way in. Most people come to have a few drinks...
  • Ginza Three Hundred Bar : 8 chome
  • ( Bars  / Shimbashi )
  • While Ginza Bar 300 may appear to be just another loud basement bar, it's got one feature that really makes it worth a visit. The “300” in the name of the bar derives from the fact that every drin...
  • Ginza Torishige
  • ( Yakitori  / Ginza )
  • Since it was opened in 1931, Ginza Torishige has been popular with people fond of drinking sake while eating yakitori. The restaurant is relatively large; the first floor seats sixty four people, whil...
  • Ginza Toyoda
  • ( Traditional Japanese , Michelin  / Ginza )
  • The Tokyo Michelin Guide 2008 awarded Toyoda one star, recognizing it as an excellent restaurant in its category. Ginza Toyoda is the place to go for Kaiseki cuisine, a set of traditional dishes featu...
  • Ginza Ukaitei
  • ( Teppanyaki / Hibachi , Michelin  / Ginza )
  • One of the best teppanyaki restaurants in Tokyo, the mix of Japanese and Western atmosphere, antique interiors, high quality service and delicious food more than justify the high prices. A top teppan...
  • Ginza Wako
  • ( Clothing , Jewelry , Boutique/Luxury Brands  / Ginza )
  • Girandole
  • ( French  / Shinjuku )
  • A French restaurant on the 41st floor of the Park Hyatt Tokyo. 144 photographs of people relaxing at cafes are displayed on the walls in a fit of narcissism. Window seats offer a wonderful view of Tok...
  • girra Hair & Make
  • ( Hair Salons  / Hiroo )
  • The owner of Girra trained at Toni & Guy, an international hair salon with more than 400 branches. Enjoy their organic tea selection and essential oils while getting your hair done.
  • Giza Furukawa
  • ( Teishoku, Yoshoku  / Ginza )
  • This yoshoku (Japanese takes on Western dishes) restaurant is run by a former chef at the Imperial Hotel and only offers two menu choices, curry and stew. The Prime beef stew ("Tokusen beef stew") an...
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