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Ginza Neighborhood, Tokyo

Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Japan
Metro: Ginza

Brasserie Paul Bocuse

2-2-14 Ginza
Marronnier Gate 10F
Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Japan 104-0061
Tel: 81 3 5159 0321

www.hiramatsu.co.jp/eng/restaurants/paulbocuse-ginza/index.html

La Bettola da Ochiai

1-21-2 Ginza
Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Japan 104-0061
Tel: 81 3 3567 5656



Beige

Chanel Ginza Building
3-5-3 Ginza
Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Japan 104-0061
Tel: 81 3 5159 5500

www.beige-tokyo.com/e

Dazzle

Mikimoto Ginza 2
2-4-12 Ginza
Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Japan 104-0061
Tel: 81 3 5159 0991


Concierge.com's insider take:

Long the haunt of ladies who lunch, take in a show at the Kabuki theater, and shop in the big department stores and genteel backstreets, Ginza has suddenly become hip. While it's always boasted some of Tokyo's most exclusive clubs and Japanese restaurants, it's now also home to an increasing number of the city's finest French (Brasserie Paul Bocuse) and Italian (La Bettola da Ochiai) restaurants, and even tapas bars. Visit the Maison Hermès Forum or Shiseido Gallery for works by emerging contemporary artists, or take in the latest in gadgetry at the famous Sony Building (its electronics showroom is now compete with an Apple Store). There's a Barneys, flagships of such famous labels as Hermès and Dior, and the Chanel Ginza Building, which is topped by Alain Ducasse's restaurant Beige. Don't miss the Mikimoto Ginza 2 store: Designed by Toyo Ito (he was also behind the arresting Tod's store in Omotesando) with irregular windows and a central atrium, it is dazzling—and fittingly, it's home to Dazzle, a jaw-dropping restaurant and bar that's a good spot for evening drinks.—Updated by Rebecca Willa Davis

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