InterContinental Tokyo’s Luxury Restaurant Offers A Gourmet Experience – Also known as Unkai Japanese Restaurant is led by chef Takeshi Yohiyasu and provides the ultimate gourmet experience by showcasing some unique seasonal specialties and the absolute essence of Japanese cuisine. Recently, the luxury hotel won the Luxury City Hotel/Japan prize in the World Luxury Hotel Awards 2018, while Unkai became the Global Winner of Japanese Cuisine for the second consecutive year, as well as the East Asian Regional Winner in the Luxury Hotel Restaurant category.
For over 30 years, InterContinental Tokyo has been a hospitality leader in the Japanese capital, welcoming guests to its 844 rooms, 12 restaurants and bars, and 22 event spaces. Unkai Japanese Restaurant also has a 32-year history that goes back to the establishment of the hotel, formerly known as ANA Hotel Tokyo, in 1986.
Intercontinental Tokyo‘s restaurant chef Takeshi Yohiyasu is devoted to the discovery of new ways of presenting Japanese Kaiseki – a traditional banquet – intertwines his signature dishes with the stories he recalls from his ancient roots. At Unkai, his goal is to make everyone experience the blend of old and new culinary arts.
With an amazing view overlooking a traditional Japanese garden with an amazing design and pond that change throughout the seasons, Unkai Japanese Restaurant offers its diners an assortment of traditional Japanese cooking, including seasonal sushi and sashimi, miso soup, tempura or the exquisite Japanese Ohmi beef. And, of course, the famous multiple-course Kaiseki degustation meal, that is served by traditionally dressed kimono staff in the private dining rooms.
For the ultimate luxury experience, Unkai at Intercontinental Tokyo provides the private Tatami dining rooms, that feature traditional Tatami flooring, offering a truly unique dining event. All private rooms look out onto the garden and provide an exclusive ambiance for family gatherings, business meetings or catching up with friends.
⇒ Address: 1-12-33, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052, Japan
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