The Palace Lounge offers a luxuriously cozy and convivial setting – whether for cocktails or afternoon tea. A larger-than-life fireplace commands one side of the lofty living space while a grand white Steinway provides a grace note just opposite.
By day, kimono-clad staff offer 48 varieties of tea to accompany the afternoon tea service, while sunset cues the space’s transformation into a lively champagne & cocktail lounge with live Jazz accompaniment each evening.*
*Reservations for afternoon tea are accepted for weekday seatings between 1-3:00 pm
10:00 am – midnight
Afternoon Tea: 1:00 – 4:30 pm
(Sat & Sun: 2:00 – 4:30 pm)
T: +81 3 3211 5309
*Prices are subject to an 8% consumption tax and 10% service fee
*Menus and prices are subject to change without notice
Sundays | 7:00 – 10:30 pm (piano)
Mondays – Thursdays | 8:00 – 11:15 pm (piano)
Fridays & Saturdays | 8:00 – 11:15 pm
(piano & bass or piano & saxophone)*
*The third Saturday of each month features a Jazz quartet with vocals
*No cover charge | Performance schedule & line-up subject to change without notice
This season, we’re delighted to debut a limited-edition afternoon tea as part of our exclusive collaboration with renowned sake brand Hakkaisan – including a bespoke Brewing Tokyo stay package.
The one-of-a-kind afternoon tea presentation features sweets & savories infused with Hakkaisan sake and amazake as well as some of the key ingredients used in the production of sake – such as a sake-flavoured foie gras terrine, mozzarella bites pickled with miso made of sake kasu, amazake focaccia with salmon and prosciutto, koji-flavored roasted tea crème brulée and sake kasu-flavoured scones.
Price: JPY 4,400 per person
(JPY 6,200 with a glass of Champagne or our 1-1-1 premium junmai ginjo sake)
To pair, we’re also serving up two original cocktails. The first, Usumomiji, is made of an airy blend of our signature 1-1-1 sake and plum wine (both produced by Hakkaisan) as well as cassis syrup. The second, Tsumugi, presents a creamy and refreshing mix of our sake, amazake (sweet sake), fresh cream and advocaat liqueur.