Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo
Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo is conveniently located a 3-minute walk from Tokyo Station and a 1-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station. It was newly opened in 2009 as an affiliate hotel of Ryokan Ryumeikan Honten, which has been in business for more than 120 years with tradition and sincerity. As an ideal hotel for business and pleasure, it offers a wide variety of guest rooms, restaurants, and events. Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo is located in the heart of Tokyo, yet offers the luxury of time flowing quietly. You can enjoy a quality experience backed by more than 100 years of history.
Tokyo Buffet Restaurant Hanagoyomi
Hanagoyomi Tokyo is a Japanese restaurant located on the 15th floor of Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo. The restaurant offers traditional and innovative Japanese cuisine prepared with great care in a modern, open, and comfortable space. The restaurant is easily accessible, just a 3-minute walk from the Yaesu North Exit of JR Tokyo Station and a 1-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Nihonbashi Station. The restaurant is filled with the hospitality of the staff, whose concern and care can be felt. The restaurant offers creative Japanese cuisine that combines tradition and novelty, and is equipped with private rooms that are ideal for face to face meetings, business entertainment, and New Year’s Eve parties. The restaurant also offers a panoramic view of the Tokyo cityscape. Hanagoyomi Tokyo also hosts a variety of events.
The Summer Curry Fair offers a buffet plan with a Japanese-style curry souvenir. At the Osechi take-out, Ryumeikan’s signature Osechi dishes are available for purchase. At the All-You-Can-Eat Osechi event, guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat gorgeous Osechi to start off the year 2024.
Hanagoyomi Tokyo offers a brunch buffet every Saturday, Sunday, and holidays from 11:00 to 14:00.
You can enjoy freshly fried tempura using seasonal ingredients.
The appeal of freshly fried tempura is that the batter is crispy and the ingredients are fluffy.
Shrimp tempura and chicken tempura are especially recommended.
When shrimp is made into tempura, its sweetness and flavor are brought out.
You can enjoy its plump texture.
Toriten is chicken made into tempura.
Chicken is cut into bite-sized pieces, seasoned, coated with batter, and deep-fried.
Toriten is often served with tempura sauce or grated radish.
Toriten is soft and juicy, overflowing with juices.
Other Japanese dishes such as salad, soup, and dessert are all-you-can-eat.
Soft drinks such as juice and coffee are available and are all-you-can-drink.
sashimi (raw sliced fish)
Sashimi are Buri and Tuna.
Buri and tuna are typical Japanese sashimi ingredients.
Buri is an fatty white fish, and is in season in winter.
Tuna has different tastes and textures depending on the part of the fish, such as red meat, medium fatty tuna, and large fatty tuna.
Buri and tuna sashimi can be served in a variety of ways, taking advantage of the unique characteristics of each.
The basic way to eat Buri and Tuna sashimi is with Wasabi and soy sauce.
Wasabi removes the smell of the sashimi and brings out its flavor.
Soy sauce enhances the flavor of the sashimi.
The balance of Wasabi and soy sauce is important for Buri and Tuna sashimi.
Place a small amount of wasabi on the sashimi and allow it to soak in the soy sauce.
Avoid dipping too much soy sauce into the sashimi. The color and shape of the sashimi should be visible.
Pots made of paper
At Hanagoyomi Tokyo, you can enjoy paper nabe vegetable shabu shabu shabu.
Paper nabe is a Japanese dish in which ingredients are cooked in a paper pot with broth.
Paper is resistant to heat and maintains the temperature of the broth evenly.
The sauce recommended for paper nabe vegetable shabu shabu is a dressing made of olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Olive oil and balsamic vinegar bring out the sweetness and flavor of the vegetables and give them a refreshing taste.
Paper nabe vegetable shabu-shabu is a healthy dish that brings out the nutritional and flavorful qualities of the vegetables.
The olive oil and balsamic vinegar dressing goes perfectly with the vegetables.
Vegetable steamed in a basket
Vegetables are steamed in a steamer basket.
A steamer basket is a device made of bamboo or wood. Water is placed in a pot and brought to a boil, and the steamer is placed on top of the pot to steam.
A steamer basket conducts heat better than a steamer or a pot, allowing vegetables to be steamed without losing their sweetness and flavor.
In addition, the material of the steamer basket transfers its aroma to the vegetables.
The vegetables are colorful and beautiful to look at with healthy cooking that makes the most of their nutrition and flavor.
The charm of Hanagoyomi Tokyo lies in the skill and attention to detail of its chefs.
The chefs’ spirit can be felt in the beautiful presentation of seasonal ingredients and in the cooking methods that bring out the best of the ingredients.
The restaurant also offers a wide selection of sake and wine, carefully selected for their compatibility with the cuisine, to further enhance the enjoyment of your meal.
The restaurant offered a modern, open space in which to enjoy the charms of Japanese cuisine.
Service filled with the spirit of hospitality is another attraction.
We recommend Hanagoyomi Tokyo to those who want to enjoy authentic Japanese cuisine near Tokyo Station.