Where in Ginza can you get a great Japanese meal at a reasonable price? It may leave you a little hungry but a visit to Hageten is a must. Oddly its ranked very lowly 2.91 on Japan's top foodie site...hmm...
On the weekdays they offer the 800yen lunch special called "Saa-bisu-Ranchi" (Service Lunch). But if you happen to be there on the weekend the 1,200yen is always available (plus u get few more sticks).
Lunch comes with tea, pickles, salad, miso soup and rice (you can ask for refills on rice for free).
Sticks will come one at a time. Shrimp here.
Aka-Miso Soup (Red Miso)
This is Tofu with a touch of tiny fish eggs on top.
There is counter seating surrounding the Chef. A good view of the action.
Think this was a Scallop
Downstairs is the Kushi-Age (deep fried foods) but if you want Tempura thats on the ground level.
Hage-Ten is located facing a very interesting ladies hostess bar...
Just look for Chanel or Apple Store in Ginza... shop is located behind this block.
SHOP: Ginza Hageten
LOCATION: GINZA Station
Shop website: http://www.hageten.com/
Foodie Website: http://r.tabelog.com/tokyo/A1301/A130101/13002420/
Gnavi Website: http://r.gnavi.co.jp/p407900/map/ with COUPON!
Address J: 東京都中央区銀座3-4-6
Address E: Tokyo, Chuo-ku, Ginza 3-4-6
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