Gastronomic Experiences in Japan

Experience Japanese gastronomy here at Hotel New Otani Tokyo, where a diverse selection of dining options is available.

Washoku is a term that encompasses various types of traditional cuisines in Japan, including sushi, tempura, and soba and udon noodles.

Yoshoku are Western-derived dishes incorporated into the Japanese culinary culture. First introduced in our country in the late 19th century, they were originally meant for the foreigners residing in Japan, but are now loved by the local people and visitors from overseas alike.

Washoku

Sushi

Sushi

Sushi

KYUBEY (The Main)

KYUBEY (Garden Tower)

KYUBEY [Sushi]

Highly acclaimed as one of the best sushi restaurants in Japan, Kyubey serves exquisite sushi prepared according to traditional craftsmanship that is an art in itself.

KYUBEY (The Main)

KYUBEY (Garden Tower)

TSUKIJI SUZUTOMI [Sushi]

Tsukiji Suzutomi presents a sophisticated dining experience with sushi made from carefully selected ingredients including exceptional tuna, in a refined atmosphere.

TSUKIJI SUZUTOMI

VIEW & DINING THE SKY [Buffet & Bar]

Sushi is also available from the buffet at VIEW & DINING THE SKY.

VIEW & DINING THE SKY

Tempura, Yakitori etc.

Una-ju

KATO'S DINING & BAR [Japanese Cuisine]

Grilled unagi eels dipped in sweetened soy sauce served on rice is a common source of stamina in Japan. KATO'S DINING & BAR offers carefully prepared unagi eels around the year.

KATO'S DINING & BAR

Tempura

HORIKAWA (Tempura) [Japanese Cuisine]

Savor fresh seafood and vegetables of the season encrusted in crispy batter, deep-fried with mastery to bring out the best of each ingredient.

HORIKAWA (Tempura)

Tempura is now one of the most well-known Japanese dishes among foreign visitors. A kind of fritter that evolved from a type of Portuguese cooking that arrived in the 16th century, it is now served in various dining outlets from folksy eateries to haute specialty establishments.

Yakitori

ISEHIRO [Yakitori]

A yakitori restaurant chain with a history of nearly a century. Select ingredients are grilled with the greatest care over high-quality charcoal that renders the best results.

ISEHIRO

Kioi NADAMAN [Japanese Cuisine]

A long-established restaurant serving authentic traditional Japanese cuisine. Another location stands in the Japanese garden: Nadaman Main Branch Sazanka-so.
*Reservation required 3 days in advance.

Kioi NADAMAN

Wagyu

Teppanyaki

SEKISHIN-TEI [Teppanyaki]

Enjoy the view of the Japanese garden while watching expert chefs grill prime wagyu steaks, including the celebrated Kobe beef, and fresh seafood right before your eyes.

SEKISHIN-TEI

RIB ROOM [Steak House]

Relish top-quality wagyu steaks including the renowned Kobe beef and Saga beef at a cozy yet genteel steak house as old as the hotel itself.

RIB ROOM

OKAHAN [Sukiyaki & Shabu Shabu]

Sukiyaki and shabu shabu, perhaps two of Japan's most famous beef hot pots, are prepared at your table to be savored steaming hot.

OKAHAN

Noodles

The Japanese culinary culture boasts a rich variety of noodle dishes. Soba are buckwheat noodles with a characteristic aroma and smooth texture, and udon are thick and chewy wheat noodles. Ramen is another popular type of noodle in Japan that originated from Chinese noodle soup and diversified over the years.

Soba

mendokoro NAKAJIMA [Japanese Noodles]

Savor aromatic soba noodles and chewy udon noodles with assorted appetizers and desserts by the hotel’s Executive Chef Shinsuke Nakajima.

mendokoro NAKAJIMA

Dandan Noodles

TAIKAN EN [Chinese Cuisine]

The noodle soups at TAIKAN EN may be considered the prototype of ramen. Served with barbequed pork or the restaurant’s specialty shark’s fin, enjoy the harmony of aromatic broth and perfectly-textured noodles.

TAIKAN EN

Char Siu and Scallion Ramen

SATSUKI [Coffee Shop]

SATSUKI also offers ramen on its midnight menu (available after 9:00pm), that is ideal for a late-night snack.

SATSUKI

Yoshoku

BELLA VISTA [Western Cuisine]

Bella Vista offers "Shin-Edo Yoshoku"—Western dishes with a Japanese flair—refined by incorporating essences of Japanese, French, and Italian cuisines, and prepared with selected local ingredients.

BELLA VISTA

SATSUKI [Coffee Shop]

A wide array of “Yoshoku” dishes are available at SATSUKI, enhanced with high-quality ingredients and unique twists.

SATSUKI

Buffet

Buffet Dining

The two buffet restaurants at Hotel New Otani Tokyo are both located on high floors and afford breathtaking views. Mt. Fuji is visible on clear days, with the greenery of the State Guest House and the Gaien area presenting a soothing vista by day, and the Tokyo nightscape glittering after dusk. The symbolic Tokyo Skytree can be seen from VIEW & DINING THE SKY.

VIEW & DINING THE SKY

TOWER RESTAURANT

Bars & Desserts

TRADER VIC'S TOKYO BOATHOUSE BAR

Bar Capri

SKY BAR

Choose the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a drink at the end of the day...

Hotel New Otani Tokyo houses a total of five bars, each with a unique menu and ambience. Authentic cocktails, award-winning original creations, and prime Japanese whiskies are offered in a typical time-established bar setting, a stylish atmosphere with a breathtaking nightscape, Polynesian-themed décor, or paired with Japanese cuisine.

Patisserie SATSUKI [Bread & Cake]

A generous variety of pastries and breads created by the hotel’s Executive Chef Shinsuke Nakajima is available at the cake shop, or as dine-in items at coffee shop SATSUKI.

Patisserie SATSUKI

Hotel New Otani Tokyo offers a multitude of dining options in addition to the restaurants mentioned above.
Please see our Dining portal  for more information.

Japanese Garden

With a history of more than 400 years, the Japanese Garden at Hotel New Otani Tokyo had in the past been the property of various known samurai lords. The 10-acre ground features several ancient stone lanterns, scarlet bridges over koi ponds, a stone garden, waterfall, as well as a myriad of flowers and rich foliage that bloom or change colors from season to season. While nestled in the heart of this busy city, the quiet and peaceful ambience that enfolds the expanse provides a moment of repose to hotel guests and visitors alike.

Japanese Garden

Restaurants with a view of the Japanese Garden


  • All prices are tax inclusive, and are subject to service charge excluding takeaway items.
  • Please inform restaurant staff if you have any food allergies or special preferences.
  • Prices and menu items are subject to change, including during certain holiday seasons and events.