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Igumi Description

Located in the heart of Ginza, Igumi is a unique restaurant that specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine. With a cozy and inviting atmosphere, Igumi offers a dining experience that is both authentic and memorable.

What sets Igumi apart from other dining establishments is its focus on regional dishes. The menu features a wide variety of traditional Japanese dishes, including local specialties from different regions of Japan. From hearty and flavorful country-style dishes to delicate and refined Kyoto cuisine, Igumi offers a culinary journey through the diverse flavors of Japan.

One of the standout dishes at Igumi is their soba noodles. Made in-house using high-quality buckwheat flour, the soba noodles are cooked to perfection and served with a flavorful dipping sauce. The texture and taste of the noodles are truly exceptional, making it a must-try for soba enthusiasts.

In addition to the delicious food, Igumi also prides itself on its attentive and friendly service. The staff is knowledgeable about the menu and happy to provide recommendations based on individual preferences. Whether you're a seasoned foodie or new to Japanese cuisine, Igumi is a restaurant that will satisfy your cravings and leave you wanting more.

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Igumi Overview


1-5-7 Ginza , Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061


+81 (0) 3-3561-3370


3 minute walk from Ginza 1-chome Station Exit 5, Ginza Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 5:30PM-12:00AM
Tue: 5:30PM-12:00AM
Wed: 5:30PM-12:00AM
Thur: 5:30PM-12:00AM
Fri: 5:30PM-12:00AM
Sat: Closed

Payment methods

Cash, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Private Dining Room


Igumi Reviews

Igumi Google Average Rating



■Ginza group
■6/4 (Wed) Lunch
■Soba set meal 1,600 yen
Today's lunch is at Igumi, a local restaurant in Yamagata.

It's hard to find the location again, but it's on the 3rd floor of the Taverna GUSTAVINO building, which has delicious pasta, but you can't enter from the front, but go into the side alley (the building next door is currently under construction) and enter from the side entrance. .
At first glance, it looks like the back entrance of a multi-tenant building, but just take the elevator and go to the 3rd floor.

Is the lunch menu just gozen or soba?
It's a little expensive, but if you can, order a gozen meal.

In a small bowl with cooked rice, soba tofu topped with shunsai and a refreshing plum sauce.

Well, I'll take it.
It's soba, but of course it's handmade.
Yamagata soba with a firm texture.

The fish is simmered silver cod with plump flesh.

Rice cooked with bamboo shoots is in the bowl.
This is also delicious with a gentle flavor that soaks up the dashi soup.

Seating is at the counter and at tables in the back.
It's empty, so you can eat at your leisure.

I like soba, so I'm going to give it a weak rating, but it's a 4 star.
I liked the carefulness of the food and the reasonable price for the quality of the food.


The number of Yamagata cuisine restaurants has increased recently, but you can spend a pleasant time here, including the staff's hospitality.
The prices are on the expensive side, probably because they're Ginza prices, but I think they're delicious. Considering the cost of transportation to Yamagata, it's cheap, so it's a good place to visit at least once.


delicious! Recommended for entertaining!
35,000 yen per person is not something you can easily afford.
I think it's good that the store is particular about its products.
I deducted one star because I couldn't go there due to budget issues. Sorry 🙏

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