Mandarin Oriental Tokyo’s “La Table De Rosanjin” promises to be a meal unlike any other

The Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is offering a new accommodation package to gourmet-savvy tourists and cultural enthusiasts which an appreciation for fine dining. The highlight of this package is the eight course La Table De Rosanjin dinner prepared by Chef Nicolas Boujéma and presented in beautiful ceramics handcrafted by Japanese ceramicists inspired by Rosanjin.

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Kitaoji Rosanji was a ceramicist, calligrapher and one of the greatest gourmet connoisseurs and restaurateurs of his generation. Now his handcrafted ceramics become the vehicle for a range of dished inspired his philosophy: “Great cooking depends on bringing out the natural flavors of superior ingredients.” The dishes reference Japan’s rich culinary culture and use the freshest seasonal ingredients. The meal is paired with five drinks: three Japanese wines, a sake, and a mocktail that are all carefully selected by the sommelier and served in Baccarat crystal glassware.
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The package also includes a one-night stage at the hotel in a Mandarin Grand Room or Suite and breakfast for two at K’shiki or Oriental Lounge. Package prices start from JPY 134,000 (about US$1,206 at current exchange) and they are available until 26 June.

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