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Ginza Kimuraya銀座木村家

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This long-standing bread company established in 1869 created sakadane anpan bread made using sakadane yeast, and its bread was even presented to Emperor Meiji. The anpan with a soft, moist texture that has remained the same for more than 140 years has a refined taste that brings out the flavor of the adzuki beans. In addition to the classic types of anpan such as keshi and ogura, others such as French bread and Danishes are also popular at the first floor bakery. On the second floor is a café where guests can enjoy sandwiches and sweets, on the third floor is a yoshoku grill restaurant, and on the fourth floor is a casual French bistro. The closest station is Ginza Station.

place

Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 4-5-7 (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0335610091
place

10:00-21:00

Review of Ginza Kimuraya Cafe

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/07/28 バームクーヘンでお茶
静かでゆったりとした中で、お話しをしながらティータイムを過ごせました。ウェイターさんも落ち着いていて感じが良かったです。チーズケーキもありました。
Reviewed:2017/12/24 好立地で美味しいパンを
銀座四丁目交差点にある木村屋さんです。
一階でパンの販売、二階がカフェ、三階がレストランになっています。
二階のカフェで軽食(カツサンド)をいただきました。
落ち着いたお客様が多く、ゆったりとした時間を過ごせました。
Reviewed:2016/10/27 曜日で替わるランチがお得!
よく日曜日に木村家の前を通ります。パンを販売しているだけの店だとおもっていました。何と2階のカフェで平日はランチがあるのを発見しました。シニアばかりで大変混んでいました。
サンドイッチ、スープ、デザート、飲物で1080円はお得です。ただ店が狭いのでテーブルがぎっしりと並んでいて窮屈でした。
3階、4階はレストランで3階はパンの食べ放題だそうです。次回は3階に行ってみたいたと思います。

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Address
Tokyo Chuou-ku Ginza 4-5-7 [ map ]
Area
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
Phone
0335610091
Hours
10:00-21:00
Closed
12/31-1/1
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available (by floor, Ginza Free available)
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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