Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo offers a new accommodation package, La Table de Rosanjin, for gourmet-savvy tourists and cultural enthusiasts. This package includes delectable fine French cuisine paired with exquisite ceramics inspired by legendary epicure, Kitaoji Rosanjin. Rosanjin was a ceramicist, calligrapher and one of the greatest gourmet connoisseurs and restaurateurs of his generation.
Chef de Cuisine of Signature, Nicolas Boujéma, references Rosanjin’s philosophy, “Great cooking depends on bringing out the natural flavours of superior ingredients”. The eight-course LA TABLE DE ROSANJIN dinner prepared by Chef Nicolas is inspired by the rich culinary culture of Japan, using the freshest seasonal ingredients. Each dish is carefully presented in beautiful ceramics handcrafted by Japanese ceramicists inspired by Rosanjin. The dinner is paired with five drinks including three Japanese wines, a sake, and a mocktail, carefully selected by our Chef Sommelier and all served in Baccarat crystal glasses. This exclusive Art of Dining experience promises to be a feast for all the senses and is a must-try for gourmets.
LA TABLE DE ROSANJIN package includes:
– One-night accommodation for two in the Mandarin Grand Room or Suite;
– Eight-course LA TABLE DE ROSANJIN dinner paired with five drinks at Michelin-starred French fine-dining restaurant, Signature;
– Breakfast for two at K’shiki or Oriental Lounge.
Package prices start from JPY 134,000. Available until 26 June 2016.