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Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo 38th floor “Oriental Lounge” Afternoon tea available for a limited time in summer until Sunday, September 15, 2024

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Co., Ltd.
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo 38th floor “Oriental Lounge” Afternoon tea available for a limited time in summer until Sunday, September 15, 2024
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“Mandarin Oriental Tokyo” (Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Management: Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Co., Ltd., General Manager: David Colas) will be offering “Summer” for a limited time until Sunday, September 15, 2024. A themed afternoon tea will be served at the Oriental Lounge.
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For a limited time only, “Afternoon Tea Summer,” executive pastry chef Fabien Martin will prepare petit fours using fruits and ingredients that give you a “summer” feel, such as passion fruit, mango, and coconut. The savory items are made with carefully selected ingredients and accented with edible flowers, giving them a vibrant appearance. Two types of scones are available: orange and passion fruit, along with pineapple and ginger jam, peach and red currant jam, and clotted cream. What’s more, the banana bread is cut into pieces right in front of the customer and delivered to their table.
We offer approximately 20 types of drinks that can be enjoyed with petit fours and savouries. You can enjoy your favorite drinks one by one in a teacup or glass, from classics such as Mandarin Oriental Tokyo Blend Tea, which has been very popular since the store opened, to limited-time black tea, green tea, and tea mocktails.
Afternoon tea at Oriental Lounge is available from 11:00 to 20:00 (last entry). Enjoy an elegant moment overlooking the city center under the blue sky during the day, the ever-changing sky at dusk, and the sparkling night view after sunset, forgetting the hustle and bustle of the city.
Furthermore, on August 30th (Friday) and 31st (Saturday), we will offer “Champagne High Tea” where you can enjoy free flow champagne (8 types / 90 minutes) carefully prepared by a sommelier along with “Afternoon Tea Summer”. I will do it. The 2-day Champagne High Tea is a must-see for Champagne lovers.
■ Overview of “Afternoon Tea Summer”
[Period] Until Sunday, September 15, 2024
[Time] 11:00 to 20:00 (last entry) *2 hour system
[Location] “Oriental Uranji” 38th floor
[Price] 7,480 yen per person (weekdays), 8,580 yen (weekends and holidays) *Includes consumption tax, excluding 15% service charge [Contents]
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-Savory-
・ Sea vegetable and Isaki jelly
・Scallops and quinoa with summer vegetables
・Scotch Woodcock
・ Daisen chicken and lead veau terrine red currant chauffeur ・ Domestic roast beef parsley cream
・Shrimp and lemon cream tart with caviar *Available only on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
-Scone-
orange scone, passion fruit scone
Pineapple and ginger jam, peach and red currant jam
-Petit fours-
・Exotic stones
Lime and banana confit Pineapple confit Passion cream
· coconut
Ginger cream, pineapple confit, coconut mousse
・Almond and amaretto lavender apricot
Apricot confit Almond and amaretto mousse Lavender ganache
・Red currant and peach lemon verbena
Red currant and peach confit with lemon verbena mousse
・ Mango and milk chocolate passion fruit
Chocolate biscuit Mango and milk chocolate cream Passion fruit ganache Mango confit
· banana bread
■ “Champagne High Tea” Overview
[Period] 2 days only: Friday, August 30th and Saturday, August 31st, 2024 [Reservation time] 17:00, 17:30, 18:00, 20:00, 20:30
[Location] “Oriental Uranji” 38th floor
[Price] 16,500 yen per person *Includes consumption tax, 15% service charge not included
[Contents] “Afternoon Tea Summer” and champagne free flow (8 types/90 minutes)

■ Reservations/Inquiries
General restaurant reservation (9:00-21:00)
0120-806-823 or motyo-fbres@mohg.com
Official website:
https://www.mandarinoriental.com/ja/tokyo/nihonbashi/dine/oriental-lounge ■ About “Oriental Uranji”
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The Oriental Lounge, located on the 38th floor of the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, is an elegant space with a Chinoiserie atmosphere, based on green and pink colors that evoke the arrival of spring. In addition to afternoon tea, which can be enjoyed with tea served in teacups or glasses, we also offer cocktails and light snacks. After the sun goes down, in the Oriental Lounge, you can enjoy around 50 types of gin carefully selected by the bartenders not only from Japan but from all over the world. A must-try is the martini, which is prepared according to your preference right in front of the customer. The Oriental Lounge can be used for a variety of occasions, such as an elegant afternoon with friends or loved ones, or a business meeting. Enjoy a blissful moment with the view of the city center that changes over time from the large windows.
What is “Mandarin Oriental Tokyo”?
Mandarin Oriental, Japan’s first hotel, opened in Nihonbashi, Tokyo on December 2, 2005. The group’s philosophy of “creating hotels that respect the character and culture of the area in which they are located” is realized in both tangible and intangible aspects. The interior design incorporates a Japanese style with the motif of “forest and water = Japanese nature,” creating a luxurious space that is both stylish and tranquil. There are a total of 179 guest rooms located on the upper floors of the 38-story Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower. Enjoy views overlooking Tokyo from our spacious guest rooms, which are over 50 square meters in size. The hotel is fully equipped with extensive facilities, an award-winning spa, 12 food and beverage facilities, 1 grand ballroom, 4 banquet rooms, 6 meeting rooms, and a chapel. Since its opening, it has won numerous international awards and rankings. https://www.mandarinoriental.com/ja/tokyo/nihonbashi
2024 Won the 1st place for the second consecutive year in “50 Top Pizza Asia – Pacific 2024” by “50 Top Pizza”, the world’s most influential pizzeria professional guide (Pizza Bar on 38th). 2024 For the 10th consecutive year, we have been awarded the highest rating of 5 stars in both the hotel and spa categories by the US rating agency Forbes Travel Guide.
2023: Selected for “Gold List 2024” by the American travel magazine “Condé Nast Traveler”.
2023 “Signature”, “Sense” and “Pizza Bar on 38th” will be listed as “Selected Restaurants” by “Michelin Guide Tokyo 2024”.
2023 Awarded 3 slices in the pizzeria category in the 2024 Tokyo edition of the World’s Top Italian Restaurants by Gambero Rosso (Pizza Bar on 38th).
2023: Ranked 4th in “50 Top Pizza World 2023” by “50 Top Pizza”, the world’s most influential pizzeria specialist guide (Pizza Bar on 38th).
What is “Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group”?
The award-winning Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is home to some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences. Mandarin Oriental is renowned for creating exceptional hotels that reflect Oriental tradition, local culture and unique design. Our hotel group’s mission is to deliver excitement and joy to our customers through attentive hospitality. Mandarin Oriental, which has grown from its Asian roots to become a global brand and has a history of more than 60 years, currently operates 40 hotels, 12 residences and 24 Exclusive Homes in 26 countries and regions. We are planning more projects. Mandarin Oriental has built a reputation as an innovative leader in luxury hospitality, delivering sustained growth over the long term. https://www.mandarinoriental.com/ja
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