Jasmine Washinkansai

The philosophy of this restaurant is reflected in the store name, as washinkansai means “Chinese cooking with a Japanese spirit.” Essentially, they seek to merge traditional Chinese cuisine with the Japanese sensibility of wa (harmony). The speciality is their mouth-watering chicken dish that’s flavored with 15 spices, and served in a bowl of original black vinegar and chili oil sauce. Also highly recommended is the spicy Sichuan-style sukiyaki (hot pot) dish featuring roast beef, negi mochi (sticky rice cake with spring onions), edible chrysanthemums, and tofu.

Address: Ginza Six, 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku

Website: https://ginza6.tokyo.e.abf.hp.transer.com/shops/1222

Tel: 03-6264-5571

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