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"ZARAI OITA" is a restaurant in Ginza as well as a showcase store of Oita prefecture.
It provides fresh dishes of local seafood, meat and seasonal vegetables and it also sells yuzu-gosho (paste of citrus and peppers) which is said to have originated in Oita or traditional handicrafts.Next to the restaurant is "Oita Information Center" where you can ask for latest brochure, tourist information or local products.Please relax and spend a rich time while imagining Oita.


  • address8F, 2-2-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • tel03-3563-0322
  • business_hourRestaurant
    Weekdays 5:30pm - 11:00pm(L.O. 10:00pm)
    Saturdays 4:00pm - 10:00pm(L.O. 9:00pm)
    Gallery (Shop) opens at 11:30am
Access ・3-minute walk from JR "Yurakucho Sta." Kyobashi Exit
・1-minute walk from Subway "Ginza-itchome Sta." Exit 3
Closed Sundays, holidays, the first Saturday of every month, New Year holidays and Obon holidays.
The seating capacity Total: 66 seats
etails Main dinning: 36 seats (including 8 half private rooms)
Sugi-no-ma (private room): 12 seats
Ishi-no-ma (private room): 8 seats
Counter: 10 seats



Gallery ZARAI

Gallery ZARAI is a space to introduce the seafood and mountain food of Oita. In addition to Oita's representative dried goods, the shop sells a variety of specialties such as kabosu and yuzu pepper. There is also a display of art, including bamboo crafts and pottery. (Opens at 11:30 am)



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  • Entrance

    Walking in the entrance, you can see a vermillion-colored kamado (cooking stove) that reminds you of a shrine. The kamado is made of plaster with limestone and finished using the best Japanese technique called "Otsu-migaki". The floor is paved with cedar square timber.

  • Main dining room (36 seats)

    A space where you can enjoy a relaxing meal while enjoying the night view of Tokyo International Forum and Tokyo Station. The semi-private rooms (seating 4-8), separated by a cedar lattice door, are decorated with a woven bamboo craft pattern. It has a common design with the exterior walls of Oita Prefectural Art Museum.

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Sugi-no-ma, Ishi-no-ma (private room, 12 seats, 8 seats)

The table in Sugi-no-ma is made of cedar grown in Oita Prefecture, and the top board of the table is "Uzukuri" processed to emboss the tree rings. The windows are accented with Beppu bamboo shades, kabosu downlights, and traditional "kote-e". Ishi-no-ma is floored with limestone (tuff), and at the back of the front, there is a furniture manufactured in the early 1900s. For dinner, enjoy a course menu with a Japanese taste and a la carte dishes using ingredients directly from the region.


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