Keio Plaza Hotel (KPH), one of Japan’s most prestigious international hotels located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Lewis Carroll’s famous novel “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” in 1865 by preparing special sweets menu. The sweets will be based upon the theme of Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece novel and will provide guests with a wide selection of various desserts.
Also, an exhibition of artwork taken from a picture book entitled “Children’s Room of Alice” (Originally based upon Lewis Carroll’s work translated by Mizuhito Kanehara and pictures provided by Asami Kiyokawa, a prominent embroidery artist in Japan) will also be displayed in the lobby floor.
Strawberry scones and other menu items created in the image of “Alice” will be served at our Art Lounge “Duet” as part of the “Afternoon Tea” service. Artwork from the “Children’s Room of Alice” three dimensional picture book and other art items using embroidered art with beads and sequins to depict dolls created by Asami Kiyokawa will be also displayed in the art lobby. This book has been created in the image of the children’s version of “Alice in Wonderland.”
Moreover, at our All Day Dining “Jurin” where guests can enjoy more than 30 all-you-can-eat sweets, desserts themed on “Alice” will be offered, including “through the looking glass” cheese soufflés, cream puffs and many other items.
In addition, various confectionary items created with the image of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” in mind will be available for takeout at the Food Boutique “Poppins.”