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Royal Park Hotel

Tokyo, Japan

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    Royal Park Hotel
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Japanese Favorites Served With Style, Plus Lounges To Love

In a city that prides itself on outstanding eats, where cuisines from around the world compete with unforgettable local fare for your attention, the hotel’s on-site restaurants more than hold their own as you toast Tokyo.

Sumida: A meal here is always lively, as classically trained artisan chefs work their teppanyaki magic - we just can’t say no to Kobe and Matsuzaka beef steaks. From high atop the 20th floor, we love surveying the dazzling city lights below, searching for nearby landmarks like the sky-high Tokyo Tower.

Yanone Sushi: When we crave sushi and sake, this cozy hotspot is our first stop. Perfected over a half-century, the hand-crafted and seasonal offerings are next level – maybe it’s their special, secret method of preparing the sushi rice? We’ll never tell.

Royal Delica: When we need a quick hit of something tasty, we pop into this eclectic delicatessen. Light snacks, tempting desserts, and even Dim Sum are ready for pick up.

Royal Scots: We almost forget we’re in Japan when tipping back drinks at this authentic Scottish outpost. Happy Hour is the time to meet for cocktails and, of course, a wide selection of scotch and whiskeys from around the world.

Kei-Ka-En: The space is sleek and modern, and private dining rooms make for an intimate evening. Regional dishes are featured, like stir fried, thinly-sliced pork, and vegetables with fried rice, but Cantonese seafood specialties are the real highlight here.

Symphony: We love a good buffet, and this all-day offering keeps us coming back for a wide range of Western and Japanese favorites. The open kitchen keeps the atmosphere lively yet casual.

Fontaine: The lobby lounge is the place to see and be seen. Start the day here with a relaxed coffee, then return in the evening to kick back with a cocktail and snacks.

Genjikoh: An extensive menu of traditional dishes and kaiseki offerings is served overlooking a serene Japanese garden and pond. We recommend pulling up a spot at the counter where seafood and vegetables get the tempura treatment right before your eyes.

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