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Iyuki Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo's Ginza district, Iyuki is a renowned Japanese restaurant that offers an exceptional dining experience. Specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine, Iyuki has been recognized for its culinary excellence, receiving the prestigious Bronze Award from The Tabelog Awards in 2023. It has also been selected as one of the top 100 restaurants in Tokyo by the Tokyo Hyakumeiten.

What sets Iyuki apart from other dining establishments is its commitment to preserving the essence of Japanese cuisine while adding a modern twist. The restaurant's menu features a wide range of dishes, each meticulously prepared using the finest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques. From delicate sashimi to flavorful tempura, every bite at Iyuki is a celebration of Japanese gastronomy.

Stepping into Iyuki is like entering a serene oasis. The restaurant's elegant decor, with its minimalist design and warm lighting, creates a tranquil atmosphere that enhances the dining experience. The attentive and knowledgeable staff ensure that every guest feels welcomed and well taken care of, adding to the overall charm of the restaurant.

Whether you are a connoisseur of Japanese cuisine or simply looking to indulge in an unforgettable dining experience, Iyuki is the perfect destination. Immerse yourself in the flavors of Japan and let Iyuki take you on a culinary journey like no other.

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Iyuki Overview


1f Sunrit Ginza Building, 5-chōme-14-15 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061


+81 (0) 3-5550-2022


1 minute walk from Higashi-Ginza Station Exit 4

Operating Hours

Mon: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Sun: Closed

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Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Private Dining Room


Iyuki Reviews

Iyuki Google Average Rating



The pinnacle of Japanese cuisine


1 minute walk from Higashi Ginza Station!

I visited [Iyuki] at his store.

In March 2006, Mr. Masahiro Ueda, who worked for 12 years at the legendary restaurant "Kyomi" and also served as the head chef, opened his own Japanese restaurant.

We are currently working on an introduction system, but I am grateful to my senior who invited me because it was difficult to get a reservation even if I knew him.

The store is located one street from Miyuki Dori, close to Higashi Ginza Station.

There seems to be a shop next door as well.

The inside of the restaurant has a calm and luxurious feel, with about 10 seats including the counter and private rooms.

The menu is limited to omakase courses and costs approximately ¥50,000.

I had a wonderful dining experience.

Below are the contents and impressions received on this day.

★Boiled sea bream soup, sea urchin, carrot mousse

★Steamed sea bream with sesame dressing

★Conger eel wrapped in Hachiman burdock

★Hokkaido Kobako crab mousse

★Hana sansho meat soup

★ Somen with minced conger eel

★Fried white scallops, corn, new ginkgo nuts, fresh ginger, Manganji chili peppers

★Sashimi Akashi sea bream, Hokkaido mizutako, medium fatty tuna, conger conger

★Rice bowl of conger eel and matsutake mushrooms

★Ayu with roe Myoga

★Fried matsutake mushrooms and fried onions from Awaji Island

★Simmered Hiryuzu

・New ginger rice
・Harass rice

★Homemade warabi mochi

Iyuki's dishes have evolved in a unique way while still retaining a strong sense of the so-called "Kyoto flavor."

Both dishes make use of the natural flavors of the ingredients, and are both warm and edgy without being weird.

In particular, the deliciousness of the Kobako crab mousse from Hokkaido, the bowl of matsutake mushrooms and conger eel that made you realize the quality of the soup stock, and the fried matsutake mushrooms that are typical of the Kyoto flavor lineage were all very impressive.

For the final meal, I had a large serving of Halas rice, which also had a historical feel to it, and was very satisfied.

We look forward to seeing you again in a different season.

It was a feast!


The seasonal flavors that came out one by one were very delicate and elegantly delicious.

For a course that costs 50,000 yen per person, the people who were with me...! It seems that the impression was that
In addition to the cost of the venue, I would like to capture the careful attention of the couple and staff, as well as the beautiful tableware.

The portion was not too large, and the lightness of the rice grains and tempura was delicious and memorable.

*Some menu items are not shown in the photos.

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