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Shokuzen Abe Description

Shokuzen Abe is a renowned Japanese restaurant located in the heart of Tokyo's Ginza district. This award-winning establishment has been recognized for its exceptional cuisine and has received accolades such as the 2023 Bronze Tabelog Award and the 2023 Tokyo Top 100 Restaurants.

Specializing in traditional Japanese cuisine, Shokuzen Abe offers a dining experience that is both authentic and unforgettable. The menu features a variety of exquisite dishes, showcasing the mastery of the skilled chefs. From beautifully presented sashimi and sushi to flavorful grilled meats and delicate tempura, each dish is prepared with the utmost care and attention to detail.

What sets Shokuzen Abe apart from other dining establishments is not only its exceptional food but also its elegant and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant exudes a sense of tranquility, with its traditional Japanese decor and warm lighting. Whether you're looking for an intimate dinner for two or a special celebration with friends and family, Shokuzen Abe provides the perfect setting for a memorable dining experience.

If you're seeking an authentic taste of Japan in the heart of Tokyo, look no further than Shokuzen Abe. With its award-winning cuisine, elegant ambiance, and impeccable service, this restaurant is a true gem in the city's culinary scene.

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Shokuzen Abe Overview


10 Miyako Bldg 4f, 5-chōme-6-10 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061


+81 (0) 3-3572-4855


4 minute walk from Ginza Station Exit A2, A3.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Tue: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Wed: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Thur: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 6:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 6:00PM-9:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Sake Selection

Wine List

Shokuzen Abe Reviews

Shokuzen Abe Google Average Rating



I visited for a work dinner.
The food is served at the counter with several other people.
You can see that each dish is carefully prepared with a seasonal feel.
It has a calm atmosphere, and it seems that many of the customers on weekday nights are work-related.
The seats are not far apart, but I think it's good for entertainment because you can't hear the conversation.

The boiled rice was especially delicious.
It is a shop that I want to visit again.


I visited on weekdays at 18:00.
There were about 10 seats at the counter, but it was almost reserved for another group, so I was able to eat slowly.

The smoked salmon on the side and the boiled white rice (Tsuyahime) were delicious.

White rice can be refilled, and you can choose egg over rice or jako. In the case of refills, it was attractive that the scorched rice was also a set. There are also pickles, mentaiko, and boiled beef, so if you have room in your stomach, you'll want to refill as many times as you like (laughs).


Detailed rating 4.4

I came to Kuizen Abe, a kaiseki restaurant in Ginza.
This is my second visit.

The last meal was shockingly good, so this time we reserved it for ourselves.

I consulted with my regular customer, MyRebi, and requested a course that was slightly upgraded from the regular course.

Hassunya and sashimi are wonderful as always.
The alcohol goes on and on.

The conger eel and matsutake mushrooms were also light but had a wonderful flavor with depth and warmth.

And this time's second highlight, the eel, was also exceptional.
From Hachirogata in Akita,
From Lake Hamana in Shizuoka
These two types will be tasted and compared in Shirayaki and Kabayaki.

It was interesting to see how each member who gathered today had different tastes.
Shirayaki is from Hachirogata, Kabayaki is from Lake Hamana, and both are good from Lake Hamana, so there are differences because of preferences.
Either way, there is no doubt that it was delicious.

While drinking, eating, and talking,
Finally, the main dish, rice, appears.

As everyone refills many bowls, unique ordering methods like Ramen Jiro's are naturally born.
Only the white rice is pear.
For white rice + burnt rice, use Arinasi.
The white rice + burnt rice + scallops is like watching Ariari.

It was a friendly gathering, but during meal time, the participants continued to enjoy the best food in silence.
The furigana of the title is Yone Yone Club.

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