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Welcome to Keio Plaza Hotel where you can experience the beauty of Japan from within the hotelWelcome to Keio Plaza Hotel

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Kobe BeefKobe Beef

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Yamanami (Teppan-yaki)

Tsubaki ...17,000 yen
and more

Gokoku-Tei (Korean Dining)

Yakiniku Kobe Beef course ...18,000 yen

Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

Shabu-shabu Kobe Beef course ...18,000 yen
Kobe Beef steak course ...19,500 yen

“Kobe Beef” is one of the representative Japanese black beef that Japan boasts to the world. After the opening of the Kobe port as the first trade port in Japan about 150 years ago, a lot of foreigners visited Kobe and the name of “KOBE BEEF” spread through the world. In Keio Plaza Hotel, various menus such as “Teppanyaki (grilling foods on an iron plate)” and “Shabu-Shabu” as well as “Yakiniku (Korean style BBQ)” are served at restaurants.

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TempuraTempura

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Shun (Tempura)

Tempura course ...From 7,000 yen

Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

Assorted Tempura (Dinner: a la carte) ...3,050 yen

Tempura is a fried-dish of seafoods or vegetables rolled with batter (mixed with wheat flour, water, and eggs). To have the crispiest Tempura, it is supposed to be eaten right after being deeply fried. At Keio Plaza Hotel, you can enjoy the difference between tastes with our chef’s suggestions on difference sauces, such as dipping sauce, natural salt, powdered green tea salt, or with lemon sauce. Our tempura restaurant “Shun” uses carefully selected 100% sesame oil only.

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Shabu-ShabuShabu-Shabu

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Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

KUROBUTA Pork course ...6,000 yen
Kobe Beef course ...18,000 yen
and more

A hot pot from Beijing, China was introduced to Japan long time ago, which became the current form using beef instead of mutton. It was referred to “Gyu-niku nShao Susugi-Nabe (beef rinsed through hot pot)”, and changed the name to “Shabushabu (the sound emitted when the meat is stirred)” later and spread out. First, swish meat a short time in the boiling broth. ebroth becomes taster for cooking vegetables. Major types of sauces are usually sesame and Ponzu (soy sauce and juice pressed from a bitter orange). “Kagari” also serves “Shabu-Shabu” of pork with soba sauce and citron pepper.

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SukiyakiSukiyaki

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Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

Japanese Black Beef Sukiyaki course ...12,000 yen

“Sukiyaki” is a meat dish peculiar to Japan in which sugar and soy sauce, sweet and salty, harmonized with meat in a good balance.
Generally, the ingredients such as a leek, tofu, and Jelly-noodles made out of konnyaku corm are used, and is dipped in a beaten egg just before being eaten. A recipe is slightly different from the Kansai western district in the Kanto eastern district.
Kagari serves Kanto style. When a service staff cooked, dip the ingredient in the beaten egg and relish it while it is hot.

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SushiSushi

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Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

Today's Sushi (5 pieces) ...2,200 yen

Kyubey (Sushi)

In the Edo era, stalls serving a small cooked vinegared rice ball combined with a slice of fresh raw fish caught at the Edo harbor (current Tokyo bay) became a boom.
This is “Edomaezushi” commonly known around the world as Japanese Sushi today.
Kagari’s Sushi chef severely selects fresh ingredients just arrived in the same day and serves assorted Sushi.

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SobaSoba

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Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

“SOBA” Lunch combo ...1,980 yen
Cold “SOBA” (dinner: a la carte) ...1,180 yen

Fumotoya (Soba Cuisine)

Soba is one of Japanese noodles made of black wheat. Soba noodles are served either chilled with a dipping sauce, or in hot broth as a noodle soup. Soba is a superior food including well-balanced nourishment of protein and the vitamin B complex which is an indispensable energy source for human beings. In Japan, Soba attracts a lot of people and you can even see a long line in front of a famous restaurant around lunch or dinner time. Kagari’s Soba lunch served during weekdays is one of the most popular lunch menus in Keio Plaza Hotel .

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UdonUdon

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Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

“UDON” (Dinner: a la carte) ...1,180 yen

Udon became popular over the Edo era.
Each district has local Udon with different thickness and texture. Udon continues being eaten as the food of the common people now in Japan from the Edo era. Kagari serves thin noodles “Himi udon” which is a specialty of Toyama.

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RamenRamen

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Jurin (All Day Dining)

“RAMEN” ...1,600 yen
(Dinner: 8:00p.m.~)

Ramen is a noodle soup served with various toppings. It is called the National dish due to its popularity. The Ramen at Keio Plaza Hotel consists of middle-trick straight noodles served in a chicken & pork based broth flavored with soy sauce, and uses toppings such as homemade grilled pork fillet.
Please enjoy the Ramen served by our chef with confidence.

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KaisekiKaiseki

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Soujuan (Kaiseki Cuisine)

Lunch course ...From 7,500 yen
Dinner course ...From 13,500 yen

Kaiseki is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner which is the mixture of good points from Buddhist cuisine of temples and samurai cuisine of warrior households.
Kaiseki is a type of art form that balances the seasonal sense, combination of “fruit of mountain and sea”, colors of food, three-dimensional effect, harmony with serving wares, and timing to serve hot dishes, which renders the hospitable mind of Japanese.
“Soujuan” serves Kaiseki course using ingredients carefully selected by a chef that others Japanese four season.

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SakeSake

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Kagari (Japanese Cuisine),

Amanogawa (Japanese Sake Bar)

Glass (90ml) ...From 720 yen

Sake is an alcoholic beverage that is filtered “Moromi” liquid, made from fermented rice, “Koji” and water through a filtering machine. The brewing of Sake begins in early fall, and it is said that the cold winter period is the most suitable to prepare Sake production. The general Sake contains 15% to 18% alcohol. “Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)” and “Amanogawa (Japanese Sake Bar)” offer a variety of brands of sake, carefully selected by a sake sommelier. The sommelier is able to suggest the brands that best complement your selected meal. The bar also serves a house brand “Junmai Daiginjo Kagari”.

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Japanese TeaJapanese Tea

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Duet (Art Lounge)

1,550 yen with Japanese sweets

Japanese tea has an effect to comfort a person who drinks it. Japanese people serve a cup of tea to a customer, which is expressing hospitability. Japanese tea is said to be good for health because it contains vitamins and catechins.

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Sakura DinnerSakura Dinner

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Kagari (Japanese Cuisine)

Sakura Dinner: Sushi, Tempura, Sukiyaki, all in one course!

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