The Art of Gastronomy

The Forbes Five-Star hotel's tailored gastronomic stay package

Renowned for showcasing the best of Japanese hospitality, Palace Hotel Tokyo is whetting appetites with its gastronomic stay experience.

‘The Best of Japan: The Art of Gastronomy’ package curates a selection of eating and drinking experiences designed to peel back the layers of Japan’s vast culinary landscape.
The tailored glimpses of Tokyo’s dining scene include a scouring of the city for the best street eats, ‘ramen hunting’ with an expert, bento-making with a popular television presenter, and an introduction to the world of Japanese wines with one of the hotel’s seasoned sommeliers.

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Breakfast at Grand Kitchen

The Best of Japan: The Art of Gastronomy includes:

  • Two nights of accommodation
  • Daily breakfast in-room or moat-side at Grand Kitchen
  • Choice of a prix-fixe kaiseki lunch or dinner at Japanese Restaurant Wadakura, accompanied by a matcha tasting

Package rates start at JPY 400,000 (based on single occupancy)*

*Prices are inclusive of consumption tax and subject to an additional 15% service charge & Tokyo Metropolitan Accommodation Tax of JPY 200 per person per night.
*Package is subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

Enhance your stay with these optional activities (additional charges apply, subject to availability):

  • A two-hour two-shop (or three-hour three-shop) ramen tour by Brian MacDuckston, the incomparable ‘ramen hunter’.
  • A half- or full-day tour of ‘B-kyū Gurume’, or b-rank gourmet (casual) cuisine, also by Brian MacDuckston.
  • A 3.5-hour bento making experience with Marc Matsumoto, host of NHK’s popular cooking show ‘Bento Expo’.
  • An entirely customizable tour of a glimpse into Japanese food culture also by Marc Matsumoto.
  • An exclusive 60- to 90-minute tea-tasting experience at HIGASHIYA man, hosted by the salon’s tea sommeliers.
  • A private 60-minute tasting of sakes and Japanese wines at Wadakura with one of the hotel’s award-winning sommeliers, with optional pairings from the restaurant’s kitchen.
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Enjoy daily breakfast in-room or moat-side at Grand Kitchen.

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