Lounge Bar Privé

Located on the sixth floor of Palace Hotel Tokyo, Lounge Bar Privé offers a chic, intimate perch from which to take in views of the Imperial Palace gardens by day and the surrounding city skyline by night – complete with an outdoor terrace perfect for cocktails underneath the Tokyo sky.

*Please refrain from casual clothing such as beach sandals and men’s sleeveless shirts. Guests in casual attire may be asked to refrain from entering the restaurant.
*Please refrain from using laptops at the counter. If you wish to use your laptops, please take a table seat.

*Seating may be limited to 1.5 hours. Afternoon tea seatings are limited to 2.5 hours.
*Smoking is permitted only on the terrace from 5:00 pm.
*Children between the ages of 6 – 12 years are welcome to dine with us until 5:00 pm. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted. Click here to view our policy on child guests.

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HOURS OF OPERATION |
11:30 am – 11:30 pm L.O. (Midnight Close)
For Sun. & public holidays: 11:30 am – 9:30 pm L.O. (10:00 pm Close)
*Through May: Closed on Mon. & Tue. (except public holidays – April 29 (Mon.) & May 6 (Mon.)) & May 1 (Wed.) / From June: Open all days until 11:30 pm

LOCATION | 6th Floor

DRESS CODE | Smart Casual

SEATS | 51 indoors / 25 outdoors

T: +81 3 3211 5319

AFTERNOON TEA | Reservations required
T: +81 3 3211 5350
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Afternoon Tea available Wed. – Sun. & public holidays

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Menus

*All prices are inclusive of consumption tax and subject to an additional 15% service charge.
*Menus and prices are subject to change without notice.

March 1 - May 31

a taste of spring

Flavors and Elements of Spring in Every Bite

A savory sandwich of seasonal sea bream and Kamakura vegetables. Buns bearing the bright colors of beets. Precious rum baba sweets flavored with ginger and passion fruit. And a fragrant herb tart.
All tastefully arranged in a natural tableau that harkens to spring’s stirring of life.

Afternoon Tea “Terre et Mer” | JPY 8,000
With a glass of Champagne | JPY 11,000

Hours: 2:30 pm –
*Limited to 10 servings per day
*Afternoon Tea seatings are limited to 2.5 hours.

*Reservations required by 5:00 pm one day prior

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de Venoge Cordon Bleu Brut
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Fresh Green 1-1-1

Spring Champagne

de Venoge Cordon Bleu Brut | Glass JPY 4,000 / Bottle JPY 20,000
This venerable Champagne house has been a favorite of the royal families of Europe. Dense and elegant, it is perfect for an aperitif with its complex aroma of Granny Smith to lemon and honey.

Spring Cocktail

Fresh Green 1-1-1 | JPY 2,800
The Palace Hotel Tokyo signature cocktail 1-1-1 (Triple One) arranged in a vibrant green shade inspired by the fresh spring views outside the windows.

Available April 15 (Mon.) through May 31 (Fri.)

Sakura Selections

With deep appreciation and enjoyment of spring’s new beginnings, a selection of menus inspired by the flower symbolic of Japan, sakura (cherry blossom).

Sakura Iced Royal Milk Tea | JPY 2,800
Sakura 1-1-1 | JPY 2,800

Seasonal Bento “Soso Kiwami” | JPY 6,600

Available March 1 (Fri.) through April 14 (Sun.)

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Sakura Iced Royal Milk Tea
Palace Hotel Tokyo - Lounge Bar Privé - Spring 2024 - Sakura Selections
Sakura 1-1-1
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Bartender Akira Miyashita

Bartender's Story

bartender akira miyashita

Honing his skills since the former Palace Hotel, Akira Miyashita has accumulated numerous awards, including the grand prix in the whisky category of Suntory The Cocktail Award.

Creating cocktails that highlight seasonal ingredients, he contributes to the evolution of bar culture in Japan.