From the chef
The chef expresses the sense of the season through his cuisine.
After training at small Japanese restaurants which are ideal to learn the fundamentals of Japanese cuisine, he accumulated further experiences at restaurants in Osaka and Kyoto to learn about the gourmet food of the Kansai area. After improving his cooking skills at Chiso Sottaku in Ginza, Tokyo, he became the master chef at Ginza Wakuta in July 2003, where he later became the owner until now. Currently he is creating dishes respecting the original tastes of the ingredients and the sense of the season.
亀山 昌和Masakazu Kameyama
- Japanese / Kaiseki (tea-ceremony dishes) , Japanese / Kaiseki (traditional multi-course meal) , Japanese / Kyoto cuisine
- 5-minute walk from Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro / Shimbashi Station via JR Lines, the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, the Toei Asakusa Line, or other connecting lines.
- Japanese / Kyoto cuisine,Japanese / Kaiseki (traditional multi-course meal),Japanese / Kaiseki (tea-ceremony dishes) / Kaiseki (course menu),Japanese
- Average price
- Dinner: 13,000 JPY / Lunch: 3,800 JPY
- [Weekday, Saturday] Lunch 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (L.O. 1:30 pm) / Dinner 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm (L.O. 8:30)
5F, Ginza Tokiden Bldg., 8-3-1, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo map
- Address (for taxi driver )
- 東京都中央区銀座8-3-1 銀座時傳ビル5階
- English services
- Credit cards accepted
- American Express / Diners Club / MasterCard / Visa
- Lunch / Special diet / Western cutlery / Reservations / Reserved rooms / Coupons/vouchers / Counter seating available / course meals