Rasa
Ginza: Malaysian
Rasa (Ginza: Malaysian)
Rasa
Open 11am-2:30, 5-10pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

You can sample a wide selection of proper Malaysian, Chinese-Malay and Singaporean dishes, including Chinese steamboat (a Hainanese version of shabu-shabu with lots of different seafood and meats). Seating is at small noodle-shop tables, but the decor is pleasant and modern. Budget around Y3500 at dinnertime.

Ginza
Chuo-ku, Ginza 5-8-13, Ginza Five Star Bldg 8F.
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