Food and Drinks

[Tokyo] Kamameshi Daitoryo (釜めし 大統領): Explore Korean Kamameshi Delights near Ginza 4-Chome Crossing


Your Gateway to the Flavors and Culture of South Korean Cuisine in Ginza

Journey to the heart of Ginza and uncover Kamameshi Daitoryo, a culinary gem that emerged in February 2022, devoted to the vibrant tapestry of South Korean cuisine. Its essence lies in the mastery of crafting the freshest kamameshi rice, an artful culinary creation.

But this establishment is more than a mere eatery; it’s a cultural bridge in Japanese society, offering a window into the mesmerizing tapestry of Korean culinary traditions. Despite their geographical proximity, it introduces Japanese diners to the unique flavors, spices, aromas, and textures of Korean gastronomy through the lens of Kamameshi Daitoryo.

For a lunch experience that lingers in memory, savor the fusion of Sundubu Jjigae, the Korean Spicy Soft Tofu Stew, with kamameshi. This culinary symphony is complemented by a trio of Banchan side dishes, with the choice of multigrain or white rice as your kamameshi base.

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Sundubu Jjigae, renowned in South Korea for its reputed therapeutic qualities in combating colds and revitalizing the weary, harmoniously unites with kamameshi to elevate the entire dining experience. The customary ritual includes transferring the freshly-cooked rice into an individual serving bowl, accompanied by a generous pour of piping hot Dunggulle-cha, celebrated for its Vitamin A content and skin-enhancing virtues, all within a low-calorie indulgence.

Banchan, featuring kimchi and various namul, is an essential part of the Korean culinary journey. Within the restaurant’s ambiance and service, diners are transported to the heart of South Korea.

Kamameshi Daitoryo is an epicurean treasure trove, a gateway to the wonders of Korean cuisine. Whether you’re a seasoned enthusiast or a curious newcomer, this establishment is an outstanding recommendation. It’s not just a restaurant; it’s a voyage of flavors and culture, where every visit becomes an experience to cherish.

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  • Name: Kamameshi Daitoryo
  • Address: 3-8-13 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
  • Phone: +81-(0)3-6228-6922
  • Hours: 11:00 – 23:00 
  • Closed On: Sundays
  • Number of Seats: 48
  • Budget: Lunch: – JPY1,500 Dinner: – JPY5,000
  • Payment Options: Credit Cards Accepted

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