Don’t be turned off by the Depression-era Tokyo Hotel that houses Ginza Japanese Restaurant, and don’t bother with inconsistent sushi. Instead, focus on the unique kitchen dishes like the natto, fermented soybean with a bittersweet punch, or yamakake, a bowl of liquefied mountain yam with raw tuna (good with natto). Juicy deep-fried oysters dusted with panko are excellent, and servers couldn’t be sweeter.
|Venue name:||Ginza Japanese Restaurant (CLOSED)||Contact:|
19 E Ohio St
|Cross street:||between State St and Wabash Ave|
|Opening hours:||Lunch (Mon–Fri), dinner (closed Sun)|
|Transport:||El stop: Red to Grand. Bus: 29, 36, 125.|
|Price:||Average nigiri: $5|
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