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Looking for Ginza / Shimbashi non-sushi recs

od_sf | Jul 6, 201812:41 PM     11

Looking for some non-sushi recommendations for Ginza / Shimbashi areas:

Tonkatsu: I usually go to Bairin. How's Nishimura? Any other tonkatsu spots in the area worth visiting?

Ramen: I have Mugitooribu, Kazami, and Ito on my list, as well as Oboroduki for tsukemen. Missing any great shops? Anyone know when and where Kagari will reopen?

Yakitori: Ginza Toriyoshi on my last visit was just so-so. There has to be some great yakitoriya in Shimbashi. Mashiko looks good but I'd love some feedback. How about Torikyuu?

Tempura: my usual go-to is Kondo, but I wouldn't mind trying a different spot. Looking for a great place in or near Ginza that is not too hard to book, with lunch in the Y8,000 or less range. Maybe Masa?

Thank you in advance for any help!

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