With the success of both Ginza of Chinatown and Brookline assured, David Chen opened New Ginza of Watertown in 2001 serving the finest in traditional and modern Japanese cuisine. To help achieve this goal, David brought in Masaki Hisanagi from Japan. With over 30 years of training and experience, Masaki-san personally overseas a staff of highly qualified sushi sous-chefs in order to tailor our Japanese cuisine to the individual requests and tastes of our regular customers. This interaction between our customers and our staff is just one of the major ways in which New Ginza makes our customers feel welcome and comfortable.
Please, come and taste our latest daily catch along with Masaki-san's daily specials, freshly prepard and creatively presented in a pleasant and friendly atmosphere. Whatever your choice of dish, you are sure to find New Ginza a most memorable and personable experience. Whatever your choice of dish, you are sure to find New Ginza a most memorable and personable experience. We look forward to seeing you soon, and yes, we do take reservations.
New Ginza is the winner of numerous awards including: Boston Magazine, Best of Boston's Best New Restaurant, West, 2002; North American Restaurant Association's Award of Excellence, 2003-04; Community Newspaper Company's #1 Choice for Sushi Restaurant, Watertown, 2004; and Zagat Survey's "Extraodrinary," 2006. It has been featured in Zagat 2012-13, The Boston Globe, and NECN TV Diner with Billy Costa: New Ginza Japanese Restaurant.
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