Updated: April 11, 2019
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Exquisite Restaurants Near Or In The Imperial Hotel Tokyo!


If you're staying at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Tokyo, or you're visiting around the Ginza/Kanda area, these are some excellent restaurants to visit. Have a wonderful culinary experience!

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Imperial Hotel Tokyo

re:Dine Ginza

Re:Dine GINZA is Japan's first shared kitchen restaurant. It offers a coworking space to five different talented chefs to try out some innovative cuisine. You can enjoy some original creations of every genre for lunch or dinner and they have excellent desserts too. The chefs change periodically so you're bound to make interesting discoveries at every visit. During lunch time it has a nice cafe vibe whereas if you go for dinner, it has more of a dining bar atmosphere.

It's at about an 8-minute walk from the hotel.

Kobe Plaisir Ginza

Kobe Beef stands out as one of Japan's most iconic delicacies, and that says a lot in a country with such a rich and diverse cuisine.

To experience the sublime taste of this legendary beef, then Kobe Plaisir Ginza should most definitely be a place to consider visiting. They specialize specifically in Kobe Beef cooked teppanyaki style.

You can enjoy the precious delicacy as part of a course or à la carte. For instance, the 200g Kobe Beef Sirloin is ¥20,000 and there is a course that includes a piece of 120g for ¥16,800.

The restaurant is located about a 10-minute walk from the hotel, or just a few steps away from the A3 exit of Ginza subway station (Ginza line, Marunouchi line, Hibiya line), on the top floor of Ginza Place. Upon entry, the spacious atmosphere, stylish clean-lined design, and warm lighting will sooth you.

The Imperial Viking Sal

You might be expecting a Viking-themed restaurant, but "Viking" in Japanese simply means buffet. This buffet located in the luxurious Imperial Hotel serves top-notch quality ingredients. One of the most popular buffet items is the beef Wellington. You will find all sorts of delicious things to try from, such as terrines, appetizers, soups, desserts, etc.

Les Saisons

This sublime French restaurant's chef is multi-Michelin-starred chef Thierry voisin. Each dish is prepared with the uttermost care, closer to art than it is to cuisine. Their signature dish is the truffle pastry which encases an entire truffle.
Breakfast is from 3,240 yen, lunch is from 7,000 yen and dinner is from 17,500 yen.
Please note that male customers have to wear a jacket and children under the age of 10 are not allowed.

Parkside Diner

This modern restaurant serves a Japanese take on contemporary American and Western classic dishes. The must-try items are the Imperial pancakes with strawberries, as well as the vegetable curry. Breakfast and lunch start from 2,400 yen, tea time from 900 yen and dinner from 2,700 yen.

Imperial Lounge Aqua

The Imperial Lounge Aqua is a stunning cocktail lounge which also serves incredible afternoon tea. With a view of Hibiya Park, different times of day offer very different atmospheres. At nighttime, it's a great date spot where you can enjoy cocktails with a beautiful night view. The afternoon tea set is about 3,500 yen.

Hibiya Matsumoto rou

Hibiya Matsumotoro is a beautiful restaurant with a rich history, it is open since 1903. The restaurant serves classic Western dishes with a Japanese flare. They have a beautiful terrace that where you can enjoy great food in a beautiful garden. The lunch plates start at 1,250 yen. They serve dishes such as omurice, Hamburg steaks, Hayasahi sauce, etc. Dinner courses are from 3,000-5,000 yen.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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