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THE ESSENCE OF TRADITIONAL JAPANESE CUISINE AT HINOKIZAKA

Hinokizaka welcomes you with the true essence of traditional yet contemporary Japanese cuisine, which was awarded one Michelin star in 2010 and became the only Japanese hotel restaurant to earn this distinction.

Hinokizaka is also one of the best places to appreciate Tokyo's vistas, which are showcased with four areas devoted to Kaiseki, Sushi, Tempura and Teppanyaki. Each area offers distinguished designs that evoke the art of Japanese cuisine in a fine balance of Eastern and Western atmospheres.

There is also a private chef's table and old Japanese teahouse for private restaurant dining that overlooks the breathtaking cityscapes of downtown Tokyo.

Seating: 68
(Kaiseki 14, Sushi 8, Tempura 6, Teppanyaki 10,
Semi Private Dining 6, Chef’s Table Private Dining 8,
Private Dining 6 & 10)

Hinokizaka-Kaiseki serves traditional Japanese Kaiseki, that follows the seasons and showcases the best of each moment.

Lunch (PDF)
Weekend Lunch (PDF)
Dinner (PDF)

Hinokizaka‐Sushi serves you exceptional dining experience of “edomae style” of sushi, which is essentially a combination of highly selected fresh raw fish from Toyosu market and cooked rice that is seasoned with rice vinegar.

The interior of the sushi area is featured by a Japanese lacquer coated counter table and Japanese Edo‐kiriko glass illumination lamp which represent the combination of modern and tradition.

Weekday Lunch (PDF)
Weekend & Holiday Lunch (PDF)
Dinner (PDF)

Much more than your average deep‐fried vegetables, fish and meat, tempura, when done correctly, should enhance the flavor of the ingredients – not mask it – and that is what you will enjoy at Hinokizaka‐Tempura.

Menus include specialty items such as beef fillet, tilefish and cutlass fish, and can also be custom‐made to please any palate.

The interior is featured modern Japanese style tea room which has some modern elements such as steel tile on the wall.

Lunch (PDF)
Weekend Lunch (PDF)
Dinner (PDF)

At Hinokizaka-Teppanyaki, a Teppanyaki Chef will grill selected fine meats from Japan in the best way to enhance the taste.

The counter made of diamond fall granite and the wall made of aluminum make the space refined yet relaxed.

Weekday Lunch (PDF)
Weekend & Holiday Lunch (PDF)
Dinner (PDF)

The Chef’s Table in the re-mastered Hinokizaka Japanese restaurant delivers an East-meets-West culinary journey. Indulge in our delightful seasonal Japanese cuisine and breathtaking views of Tokyo.

Kokushoan is a Japanese traditional folk house from a regional area of the country, and a semi-private room suitable for various occasions offering an elegant space, ideal for a relaxed dining experience.