Tokyo IS good food. In my opinion, the food in Tokyo is the best part of Tokyo! You can get pretty much anything in Tokyo, at any time, and Christmas Dinner is no exception. Whether you are searching for traditional holiday fare, or something a bit more trendy, there are hundreds, if not thousands of options to choose from in Tokyo. Here we have put together a list of more traditional “turkey and potato” options for holiday dining in the metropolis.
Suspended high above Aoyama, halfway between Shibuya and Omotesando, Two Rooms Grill and Bar offers simple yet elegant dishes utilizing Old and New World cooking techniques and the freshest market produce. The food, plus stunning views of the Tokyo skyline, ensure an exceptional dining experience.
Roti Roppongi is taking reservations for their annual, and always popular, Christmas specials. Reservations can be made by telephone to 03-5785-3671 or by e-mail email@example.com
Celebrating Christmas at the Imperial Hotel Tokyo has become a tradition among foreign residents. This legendary Tokyo landmark has welcomed royalty, heads of state, celebrities and international business leaders for over 120 years. The hotel will offer a selection of holiday-themed dining events in its many distinguished dining rooms; featuring lavish Christmas suppers. In addition to the fine food, you can also enjoy the hotel’s annual Christmas carol concerts by Waseda University Glee Club and the Keio University Wagner Society on Christmas Eve.
The Grand Hyatt Tokyo will offer Christmas menus to celebrate the season in all eight restaurants and bars in the Grand Hyatt Tokyo with special Christmas menus to put you in the holiday spirit and please the palate.
While you are there, visit the Christmas Charity Area and enjoy the gingerbread house, Christmas train, and Christmas trees.
The ANA InterContinental hotel has special holiday menus and buffets offering a variety of delicious Christmas dinners to help you create beautiful, lasting memories this holiday season.
The Foreign Buyers Club started a co-op in the late 1980s importing items their friends missed most; bagels, breakfast cereal, and peanut butter. Now the Foreign Buyers Club is an icon of the foreign community in Japan. Billed as “Food and Fun from home – direct to your door – anywhere in Japan;” this online international grocery store has been delivering the goods to the broader expat community in Japan since 1988.