Updated： November 07, 2018
5 Fantastic High-End Restaurants Near The Tokyo Station Hotel
There are so many good restaurants near the Tokyo Station Hotel that the problem is always which one to choose. Here are our five selection to make your life a bit easier.
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Mantenzushi Marunouchi まんてん鮨 丸の内
Manten Sushi is a highly regarded sushi bar by sushi aficionados in Japan. What's impressive is that the price is not that expensive for the experience that you get there. Omakase (leave it to the chef) courses for lunch start at ¥3,000, and ¥6,000 for dinner. Not only is the sushi delicious, but they also serve cooked small dishes from traditional Japanese kappo cuisine.
Located near the Mitsubishi Museum.
Monna Lisa is an exquisite French restaurant on the 36th floor of the Marunouchi Building. Lunch courses range in price from about ¥4,000 to ¥10,000. Dinner courses are from ¥7,000 to ¥15,000. The menu changes with the seasons to offer meals made with the freshest ingredients possible.
SEVENTH SON RESTAURANT 家全七福酒家
Another outstanding restaurant also happens to be on the 36th floor of the Marunouchi Building. This one is a Cantonese restaurant called the Seven Son Restaurant. The Pekin Duck they serve is said to be one of the best in Tokyo. You can have it as part of a lunch course starting at ¥7,500, which included a nice variety of dim sums. Dinner courses start at around ¥10,000.
Moritaya モリタ屋 東京丸の内店
Moritaya is the place to go for sukiyaki, shabu shabu or steak. They serve premium quality Japanese wagyu beef that can be recognized by its beautiful marbling. Courses range in price from about ¥5,000 to ¥10,000. Moritaya is on the 35th of the Marunouchi Building.
This is bonus info for the sweets lovers. Cacao Sampaka is one of the best ice cream bars in the area! The chocolate-maker originally from Spain serves super rich chocolate ice cream with strong notes of premium quality delicious cacao. Everything is take away. Their ice cream and ice candies are between ¥500 and ¥600.
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