Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi will launch a new French restaurant this April, the newest addition to Tokyo foodies’ must-visit list. Located in Tokyo’s most prestigious Marunouchi business district and designed by Hong Kong-based designer André Fu of AFSO, the restaurant will feature a trio of atmospheres for different moods:
the Living Room for hand crafted cocktails with a glittering city backdrop; the Gastronomic Gallery, an interactive culinary experience that animates and delights; and the Social Salon, where sophisticated but relaxed dining makes its home.
With décor that is both modern and relaxing, cutting edge and natural in feel, guests will savour a wide selection of creative French cuisine from morning till midnight.
The official name of the new restaurant will be revealed at a later date.
The Hotel also announces the appointment of a Michelin starred Chef Hiroshi Nakamichi as Culinary Advisor of the new restaurant. Hokkaido-based French Chef Nakamichi is the owner of the Michelin three starred Moliere and one starred Asperges and Maccarina, and is acknowledged as one of the most influential French chefs in Japan. Under the concept of “farm to table” and with his strong passion for Japanese local ingredients - most of which are sourced from his hometown Hokkaido - Chef Nakamichi will offer true culinary experience to guests of Four Seasons.
The restaurant will open all day serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner from mid-April 2015. Opening date and pricing will be announced prior to launch.