Sunday, June 2, 2013

K'SHIKI - Asian Inspired Dining @ Nihonbashi Tokyo

Today, I came to the NICE VIEW restaurant with my friend. This is the view from the restaurant. The diners can look down Tokyo's skyscraper to Tokyo Bay, Imperial Palace's forest, and also Mt. Fuji on sunny and clear day if you are lucky.

Keshiki means "Landscape" in Japanese, and the name of this restaurant nicely described the characteristic of the location.  K'SHIKI is on the highest 38th floor of Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Hotel. We had enjoyed luxury atmosphere with delicious cuisine.

We were here today! Unfortunately, we could not see Mt. Fuji though the view was very nice.

At lunch time, the fare is not so expensive. We ordered “Oriental Bento Lunch,” which including an appetizer and six stylishly crafted Asian-inspired dishes. "Bento means lunchbox, and dishes are served all together with a small appetizer and drink.  The price is JPY2,900 + 13% service fee.

Today's Menu were rice seasoned with soy sauce and boiled with meat and vegetables, simmered pork with milky source, broiled sea bream, Tempura, marinated salmon, and almond jelly with Tofu appetizer.  We became pretty full ^ ^

Before you leave the hotel, stop by the gorgeous restroom on the 38th floor of the hotel.  You cannot believe this is the view from the restroom, Tokyo Skytree can be seen!

K'SHIKI Asian Inspired Dining
38th floor, Mandarin Orintal Tokyo
2-1-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8328, Japan

Open Hours: 6am - 11pm

Experience Japan!

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